United against all terror Finsbury Park vigil sees hundreds gather in wake

first_imgVigil Following a meeting with the chairman of the mosque, Mohammed Kozbar, Ms Dick stood with him to observe a short silence, and as he addressed the large crowd which had gathered, he praised the “great response” from the community.”Yesterday we all experienced a horrific attack on our families, on our freedom, on our dignity. A man, a father of six children, being killed in cold blood and many injured by an extremist, by a terrorist,” Mr Kozbar said.He said the attack was one of terror and that it was “similar” to those which have recently happened in Manchester, Westminster and London Bridge. Representatives of multiple faiths met in Finsbury ParkCredit:Dan Kitwood/Getty Finsbury Park vigil People hold up signs saying 'united against terror' as they attend a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque “These people, these extremists, their aim is to divide our communities, is to spread hatred, fear and division among our communities,” he said.”We all have harmony in this area, and these people try to divide us, but we tell them that we will not let you do that.” Attendees hold posters saying ‘love will win, terror will lose’Credit:Dan Kitwood/Getty Attendees hold posters saying 'love will win, terror will lose' A man stands in front of messages and tributes left near to where a van was driven at Muslims in Finsbury Parklast_img

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