The British prime minister, Theresa May, said the attack had "once again targeted the ordinary and the innocent going about their daily lives - this time, British Muslims as they left a mosque, having broken their fast and prayed together at this sacred time of year".
"They need to ensure hate crimes are sanctioned; support victims; and guarantee the safety of all citizens and residents", Privot said, warning that "failing to act will mean more causalities and more divisions".
"If you were interested in targeting a group of Muslims at a mosque that was notorious, this would be the mosque you would do it at".
"London is a city of many faiths and many nationalities. And that reputation may be more historical than current", he said.
Tell MAMA, an anti-Islamophobia group, had visited Muslim Welfare House on Friday last week to inform the community about the need to report anti-Muslim hate incidents and to consider their safety during Ramadan. She hailed the "bravery" of locals for detaining the driver at the scene in the north London district of Finsbury Park. The mosque, which today operates largely as a community center, rose to worldwide notoriety in the early 2000s, due to its links with Egyptian-born radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri.
The extremist cleric Abu Hamza - known for his hook hand - was the mosque's imam from 1997 to 2003.
"The time, he was planning for it, the target, he was planning for it, and the place - outside a mosque".
However, it is also crucial to see if this individual was influenced by the press when he selected Muslims in the Finsbury Park area as his target.
Someone in the crowd is heard shouting, "No one touch him!" The site of the incident is close to another mosque near the Finsbury Park on the same road. In March, a lone attacker drove his auto into people on Westminster Bridge, then fatally stabbed a police officer at the gates of Parliament.
Police later said the driver "was found detained by members of public at the scene and then arrested by police in connection with the incident". "They were helping on the pavement and trying to help them to get to the scene".
A 48-year-old man was arrested at the scene, according to the Met Police, but witnesses reported seeing three attackers, including two who fled the scene. Mahmoud said he hoped that people would continue to unite against extremism.
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