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‘Terror attacks will not divide us,’ say May and Javid as security at mosques stepped up

A girl holds a banner near the Finsbury Park Mosque, and the scene of an overnight attack, in London, Britain June 19, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs

By: Sarwar Alam

A WITNESS has described the horrifying scenes after a white rental van plowed into a crowd outside the Muslim Welfare House in north London shortly after midnight on Monday (19). Moments prior to the collision, Aweys Sheikh Ali was running southwest down Seven Sisters Road, to help Markram Ali, 51, who had collapsed on the pavement. The van was speeding northeast up the road. Without warning the van veered sharply to the left, mounted the curb and rammed into a crowd of worshippers who were administering first aid to Ali. “All of a sudden the van mounts the curb and…

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