Early June 19, a van rammed into pedestrians near the mosque in northern London located near the Finsbury Park station, killing one person and injuring several others. The van's driver was detained by the people at the scene and later arrested by the Metropolitan Police. The Muslim Council of Britain said that the attack was directed at Muslims leaving Ramadan night prayers. Police are determining whether the tragic incident was a terrorist attack, UK Prime Minister called the Finsbury incident a "potential terrorist attack."
One person died and eight hospitalised as a result of an incident near Finsbury Park earlier, police reported, the incident is treated as a potential terror attack.
MCB called on Monday a van's collision with pedestrians near Finsbury Park mosque in northern London the "most violent manifestation" of Islamophobia.
The London Metropolitan Police said it was "too early" to say whether the incident near Finsbury Park was a terrorist attack.
Theresa May has called the situation near Finsbury Park mosque in northern London a "terrible incident."
Jeremy Corbyn has said he is shocked at the incident near Finsbury Park area in London.
Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain Huran Khan said that a vehicle, which rammed into pedestrians in Seven Sisters Road in northern London, specifically targeted Muslims, who were leaving the mosque after prayer.
A van rammed into pedestrians in Seven Sisters Road, located near the Finsbury Park station in north London.