LONDON (Reuters) – A room on the mosque Hill in north London, a man and a blessing from other men in a terrorist incident. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the incident was considered “a possible terrorist offence.” “It is urgent to do in the morning, all the thoughts of the victims, their families and emergency services on the scene,” he said in a statement. The 48-year-old pilot of the van was arrested by members of the public and police order, who ordered them the state of Muslims who are specifically targeted followers leaving after prayers in the mosque shortly after midnight.
The incident comes after two deadly Islamist-inspired attacks this year using vehicles for pedestrian pedestrians – a shock test earlier this month in the London Bridge area and a March attack in which a man Duct on the beach at Westminster Bridge.
“A man was pronounced dead at the scene …”, “A man was pronounced dead at the scene”, “A man was pronounced dead at the scene,” police said in a statement, that another man was treated by blessings Mines
Witness Abdiqadir Warra tells AFP: “The belly of people.
David Robinson, 41, who comes just after the accident, said: “We have many people and many people are blessed.”
The amateur video was seen by AFP,
Police reported that the driver had been deployed in the hospital and received a mental health assessment.
“Due to the nature of the incident, police authorities have assigned communities, particularly those who have the resources for Ramadan,” said the police.
The Muslim Council of Great Britain (MCB), a parapluma organisation for British Muslims, an incident that coincides with the exterior of the Muslim welfare home en route of the Seven Sisters, near the mosque of Finsbury Park.
Harun Khan, the head of the MCB, said that the truck had “intentionally” through the beings coming out of the prayers during the holy month of Ramadan. He can condemn as “terrible incident”, as opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who had “completely crushed” and had been in contact with mosquitoes and police.
A helicopter overload and the planning of more emergency vehicles in a section of Seven Sisters Road, where the incident occurred.
Police, including armed agents, can be considered a cordon around the area. Others have searched the area with tracking dogs.
A group of Muslim men just around the corner. Traffic closed a section of a kilometre along the route.
Finsbury Park Mosque was another centre for Islamic radicals and a complete change in recent decades in a new direction.
They are former imán Abu Hamza was imprisoned in New York on charges of terrorism in 2015.
He preached there from 1997 to 2003 before being imprisoned for instigating violence. He was later extradited to the United States.
In 2015, the mosque was the person of 20 people participating in a day organised by the MCB to promote a better understanding of Islam in the encounter terrorists in Islam in Paris.