Londoners hold vigil for Muslim terror attack victims
Londoners bearing flowers and messages of solidarity gathered Monday at the spot where a man ploughed a van into Muslims leaving prayers at a mosque, the fourth terror strike in Britain in four months. Eleven people were injured in the attack, which took place early Monday near Finsbury Park mosque, north London, raising fears of retaliation against Muslims after recent assaults by Islamic extremists.
19 June, 2017 London attacker who wanted to 'kill all Muslims' was saved by imam Worshippers leaving a London mosque early Monday were helping an elderly man who had collapsed when a van deliberately rammed them, driven by an attacker who shouted: "I want to kill all Muslims", witnesses said. Shortly after midnight, the van swerve...
9 June, 2017 Anti-Shariah rallies planned across US worry Muslim leaders EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Inside a mosque in the college town of Eugene, a half-dozen men prostrated themselves on a carpet while another man led the midday prayers. Over his melodic recitation came a tapping sound as a locksmith installed higher-grade locks on the front door.
19 June, 2017 Commuters are sharing this powerful sign after London mosque attack London is waking up to yet another terrorist attack that struck the Muslim community in Finsbury Park when a van drove into a crowd of worshippers killing one man and injuring 10. But the diverse community in north London refuses to give in to terrorism, as this picture tweeted by a […]