London: Stabbing resulted in injury of a man in mosque and arrest of suspect

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — British police said a man was arrested after a white weapon attack in the central mosque in London on Thursday, wounding one person.

According to the police, a “man on the spot suspected of attempted murder” was arrested, adding that a 70-year-old man was injured during the accident at the Grand Mosque near Regent’s Park in central London.

The police continued that the victim’s life is not in danger. The police were informed of the incident at 15:10 GMT. The police did not specify whether it was a crime of a terrorist nature, noting that “the investigation is continuing.”

One of the internet pioneers published pictures showing a man on the ground under the control of two policemen. He said that the victim is the muezzin of the mosque.

“The terrorist entered a white skin while running the Regent Park Mosque during the afternoon prayer today and the muezzin was stabbed to the neck,” said the person, who said his name was Murshid. “It is very terrible. (He never returned), any Muslim who is safe in his place of worship.”


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