Mixed north London area rallies against anti-Muslim terror after attack

Mixed north London area rallies against anti-Muslim terror after attackThe multi-ethnic London neighbourhood of Finsbury Park, which has strong Jewish and Muslim communities, came out against terrorism on Monday after a white man drove a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a local mosque. Finsbury Park represents the rest of London.


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