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North London terror attack was apparently “motivated by Islamophobia”

One person has been killed by an attacker who drove a van into worshippers after Ramadan prayers

By Prospect Team  

Local people observe prayers after the attack. Photo: PA

A suspected terror attack in North London has killed at least one man with eight others injured after a man drove a van into a crowd of worshippers who had recently left a mosque in Finsbury Park.

The victims are thought to have been attending Ramadan prayers. Reports from the scene allege that the man yelled “I want to kill all Muslims”.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said this was a “horrific terrorist attack”, reassuring communities—particularly those observing Ramadan—that extra police…

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