A male has died and 10 people have been harmed after a male gathering a outpost into worshippers nearby a north London mosque.
The outpost struck people after ascent a cement only after midnight BST outward Muslim Welfare House, nearby Finsbury Park Mosque. A 48-year-old male has been arrested.
Prime Minister Theresa May pronounced military were treating it “as a intensity militant attack”.
Eyewitness Abdul Rahman pronounced a motorist pronounced he wanted to “kill all Muslims”.
Mr Rahman told a BBC he struck a male and helped overpower him.
“When a male came out from his outpost he wanted to escape, run divided and he was observant ‘I wish to kill Muslims. ‘I wish to kill Muslims.’
“I strike him on his stomach… and afterwards me and a other guys… we hold him to a belligerent until he couldn’t move. We stopped him until a military came.”
Follow live updates here
Finsbury Park Mosque: What we know so far
Counter-terrorism officers are during a scene, a Metropolitan Police said.
And additional military are being deployed to encourage communities, generally those watching Ramadan, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said.
He also pronounced his “thoughts and prayers” were with those influenced by a “horrific militant conflict on trusting people”.
“While this appears to be an conflict on a sold community, like a terrible attacks in Manchester, Westminster and London Bridge it is also an conflict on all a common values of tolerance, leisure and respect.”
Harun Khan, secretary ubiquitous of a Muslim Council of Britain said: “Over a past weeks and months, Muslims have endured many incidents of Islamophobia, and this is a many aroused phenomenon to date.
“We design a authorities to boost confidence outward mosques as a matter of urgency.”
Many of a victims are believed to have only left dusk prayers during a Muslim Welfare House after violation a Ramadan fast.
It has appealed for calm, adding that “all of a efforts should be towards removing probity for a victims and ensuring a village stays a diverse, passive and acquire place we know it to be”.
The primary apportion will chair a assembly of a puncture Cobra cabinet later.
Mrs May described it as a “terrible incident”, adding: “All my thoughts are with those who have been injured, their desired ones and a puncture services on a scene.”
If reliable as a apprehension conflict it would be a fourth such occurrence in a UK in 4 months, after attacks in Westminster, Manchester and on London Bridge.
The outpost motorist was arrested after being incarcerated by members of a open during a theatre following a collision during 00:20 BST.
Police pronounced there were no reports of anyone pang from blade injuries after conjecture during a theatre a motorist was armed with a knife.
Abdulrahman Saleh Alamoudi pronounced he was among a organisation of people assisting an aged worshipper who had depressed down when a outpost swerved towards them.
Video posted online of a issue showed a theatre of disharmony as people attempted to assistance a injured.
One male could be seen giving CPR to a plant in a travel while another man’s conduct damage was treated with a temporary dressing.
An watcher told how he jumped out a approach of a outpost as it struck.
He said: “He only came into all of us. There was a lot of people. We got told to pierce true away.
“I was shocked, shocked, shocked. There were bodies around me.
“Thank God we only changed to a side. we only jumped. Everyone is hurt. Everyone is indeed hurt.”
Another who lives in a prosaic on Seven Sisters Road told a BBC she saw people “shouting and screaming”.
“Everyone was cheering ‘a van’s strike people’.
“There was this white outpost stopped outward Finsbury Park Mosque that seems to have strike people who were entrance out of a mosque after prayers finished.”
She pronounced a highway was “backed up” with military cars, ambulance and glow engines.
Some witnesses during a theatre – nearby Finsbury Park Station and Arsenal’s Emirates track – pronounced some-more than one assailant might have been involved.
But a Met said: “At this early theatre of this investigation, no other suspects during a theatre have been identified or reported to police, however a examination continues.”
Home Secretary Amber Rudd described it as an abominable incident.
“We contingency all continue to mount together, resolute, opposite all those who try to order us and widespread hatred and fear,” she said.
Labour personality and Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn pronounced on Twitter: “I’m totally repelled during a occurrence during Finsbury Park tonight.
“I’ve been in hold with a mosques, military and Islington legislature per a incident. My thoughts are with those and a village influenced by this awful event.”
Labour’s shade home secretary and Hackney North and Stoke Newington MP Diane Abbott pronounced on Twitter that military “must urgently examination confidence for all mosques”.
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas pronounced she was meditative of a village and puncture services, adding: “We will not be divided.”
Witness Cynthia Vanzella pronounced on Twitter: “Horrible to watch military officers doing cardiac massage during people on a floor, desperately perplexing to save them. we only wish they did.”
The MCB pronounced a “prayers are with a victims”.
Are we during Finsbury Park? Did we declare a events? If it’s protected to share your practice afterwards greatfully emailwith your stories.
Please embody a hit series if we are peaceful to pronounce to a BBC journalist. You can also hit us in a following ways: