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Ivanka Trump expresses solidarity over London mosque attack

Ivanka Trump expresses solidarity over London mosque attack

At the same time , the statement warned people against Islamophobia , while calling on the worldwide community "to unite so as to fight terrorism ". Toufik Kacimi , chief executive of the Muslim Welfare House, speaking to Sky News , said the attack clearly targeted Muslims leaving evening prayers during Ramadan.


London Police Say Attack 'Acted Alone'

London Police Say Attack 'Acted Alone'

British police said the incident was being investigated as a terror attack , which would make it the fourth such attack since March, including two van ramming and stabbing attacks on and near London Bridge, and a bomb attack outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , England.


Egypt denounces London mosque attack, warns of Islamophobia

Egypt denounces London mosque attack, warns of Islamophobia

Egypt's Al-Azhar, the highest seat of Sunni Muslim learning, condemned the attack as "sinful" and "racist", urging Western countries to take all necessary measures to combat Islamophobia . One person was killed and 10 injured in what police immediately identified as a terrorist attack . Basu said one man was pronounced dead at the scene but it was too early to confirm whether he was killed as a result of the terror attack .



Lawyer says Trump not under investigation in spite of tweet

As acting attorney general in matters related to the election - because of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal - Rosenstein has oversight over special counsel Robert Mueller , who The Washington Post reported has expanded the Russian Federation inquiry to include a probe of whether Trump obstructed justice.



No need to cancel Trump's visit to UK - British Foreign Secretary

Mrs May had faced calls to distance herself Mr Trump for his incendiary remarks but for two days failed to directly address them. On Tuesday, Khan also addressed Trump's renewed calls for his travel ban , which would temporarily bar people from six predominately Muslim countries from entering the U.S.


UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims

UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims

One elderly man, who had collapsed moments before the van appeared, was pronounced dead at the scene, although police have not yet confirmed whether he died as a result of the attack . Kacimi said when he did so, the driver said to him: "Ive done my bit". " London , Luton, Manchester , all of these cities are our home cities which we love".