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Finsbury Park Attack: How Islamophobia Spreads From the Far-Right to the Media

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 June 2017 ()
Finsbury Park Attack: How Islamophobia Spreads From the Far-Right to the MediaLet us be clear: The person who carries prime responsibility for the attack outside a mosque in Finsbury Park is the man who chose to drive a van into a crowd of people. But just as we should ask what ideas, ideologies, and events motivated Khalid Masood to drive his car into a crowd on Westminster Bridge, or Salman Ramadan Abedi to blow up children at a concert in Manchester, or Khuram Butt and his associates to carry out their disgusting attack on London Bridge, we should also ask what may have contributed to last night’s attack in Finsbury Park. The key here is that the attacker is said to have shouted: “I want to kill all Muslims.” He didn’t shout: “I want to kill Muslim terrorists,” nor...
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News video: Finsbury Park attack: 'I tackled him'

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Abdulrahman Aidroos says he helped to capture the man suspected of the Finsbury Park attack.

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