World Bulletin / News Desk
Darren Osborne, the man arrested in connection with an Islamophobic terror attack in London which left one man dead and 11 injured will be charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder, British prosecutors said on Friday.
“Today, the CPS authorized the Metropolitan Police to charge Darren Osborne with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder following the incident in Finsbury Park in the early hours of Monday 19 June,” the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Osborne, 47, is alleged to have driven a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers outside an Islamic center in north London. He will appear in court on June 23.
Eyewitness Abdulraman Aidroos told Anadolu Agency a “white British man” had shouted “I am going to kill Muslims”.
Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as “sickening” and “insidious and destructive to our values and our way of life”.
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Famed imam Mohammed Mahmoud urges government to take more action and even tackle Islamophobia within ruling party ranks
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Man shouts Islamopohobic slurs, threatens Muslim patients with knife at small clinic in northwestern Germany
One of the mosques belongs to the Turkish-Islamic Cultural Associations (ATIB)
Announcement follows similar calls made by Muslim Council of Britain and senior Conservative Party members
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Board member of Alternative for Germany party criticizes German football player of Turkish origin Mesut Ozil
Ramadan Tent Project hosts annual event for Muslims and non-Muslims across the UK
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School officials thank community for outpouring of support
Manifesto demanding change in Quran verses is 'Western version of ISIL' terrorists, says Turkish deputy premier
Issue over dress code started after new deputy principal arrived
Bissonnette feared Muslims would attack, kill his family
Head of Turkish parliament's Human Rights Committee also called Islamophobia a ‘threat to world peace’