LONDON – Hundreds of Londoners walked on Monday evening to give flowers to Finsbury Park mosque worshippers, one day after a van attack left one Muslim dead and 10 injured.
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A few hours after a Muslim man was killed and 10 injured in Finsbury Park mosque attack, heartwarming messages of support poured in, sending a message of unity and love.
British PM Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn visited the Finsbury Park Mosque on Monday, June 19, to offer condolences and support to the Muslim community after a man plowed his van into Muslim worshippers leaving mosque.
The imam of a Muslim center in London has been hailed hero for his "bravery and courage" in protecting the terrorist who ploughed the car into worshippers leaving mosque.
A Muslim man has died and ten others have been injured after a van ploghed into a group of worshippers near a north London mosque in a terrorist attack targeting the British Muslim community.
Brits wake to yet another terrorist incident, where a 48 year old man drove his van into a group of worshippers as they left the Muslim Welfare House (which is around the corner from Finsbury Park Mosque) in London
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As I ponder during the remaining nights of Ramadan, I wonder if as a society we will ever return to the Prophetic example of gender inclusion in our mosques in a way that gives everyday British Muslim women the option to visit mosques as regularly as female companions of Prophet Muhammad did.
Remembering late Jo Cox, Nottingham Muslims came together on Thursday, June 15, in a public iftar to remember the pro-immigrants MP who was killed in hate crime last year.
A far-right leader protested on Thursday, June 15, about Islam outside a London mosque, as Muslim community and volunteers from Islamic aid groups gathered inside to help the victims of the Grenfell fire.