ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack

ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack

ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack

Ms Stuart, who is co-head of the security and extremism unit at the Policy Exchange think tank, added: "The London Bridge attacker's connection to al-Muhajiroun's leadership raises very serious questions about the security services and the police".

People leave the area with their hands up after an incident near London Bridge in London, Britain June 4, 2017.

According to the Telegraph, an ISIS inspired terror cell in Barking were recorded by terror cops discussing how to use YouTube to plan their deadly attack.

Her father Ross spoke to reporters in Australia this morning and said that it took a while for him to find out exactly what had happened to his daughter.

"This is yet another reminder that we live in dark and risky times", Scheer said in one social media post.

Another claimed to have reported him for his jihadi views after watching clips of a well known United States hate preacher.

President Emmanuel Macron denounced the attack as "abominable and cowardly" and vowed to continue combatting "terrorism with all our strength alongside Britain and all other countries concerned". One has since been released without being charged.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has characterised this latest incident as not directly related to, but rather influenced by, the previous attacks.

The second terrorist was named as Rachid Redouane, 30, who police said had claimed to be both Moroccan and Libyan.

But she said "terrorism breeds terrorism" and that the perpetrators are "copying one another". "She actually got behind a table and she said they were leaving, saw her last minute and came back and stabbed her in the throat".

Before holding a minute's silence, Mr Khan, the first Muslim to be elected mayor of a major Western European city, said: "I want to send a clear message to the sick and evil extremists who commit these ugly crimes". Three major London hospitals said that they were on lockdown to keep patients and staff safe.

As the Philippines battles a fierce domestic insurgency from an ISIS-linked group, a spokesperson for President Rodrigo Duterte said that "acts such as these touched not only the people of London, they also touched all peace-loving people in the global community". Volunteer your time and labor or donate to a homeless shelter.

"The Conservative plans mean another £400m of cuts to the Met", he said.

The Manchester attacker, Abedi was known to the security services, but not thought to be high risk, however police and security services have begun an investigation after it was alleged that he had been reported under the Prevent program, which police initially denied.

"We've seen reductions in police officers across the board, we had to take hard decisions in 2010 when we came into office when as you remember, there was no money", she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. Richard Angell was having dinner with friends at Arabica Bar & Kitchen, a few blocks from London Bridge, when he started hearing noises outside and seeing people covered in blood.

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