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Imam praised for saving life of suspect in London mosque attack

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(Vatican Radio) English Cardinal Vincent Nichols joined religious and political leaders on Monday in condemning an attack on Muslims leaving the Finsbury Park mosque in north London.

Nine other people were injured, while the attacker has been taken into police custody.

"He has further been arrested for the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder", Scotland Yard police headquarters said in a statement.

One person who had been receiving first aid prior to the attack that occurred just after midnight prayers Monday died on the scene, but it is unclear at this time whether or not his death was a result of the attack.

The Muslim Council of Britain said Monday's attack was the most violent manifestation of Islamophobia in Britain in recent months and called for extra security at places of worship.

Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed.

Police were on Monday searching an address in a cul-de-sac close to Cardiff golf club in the northeast of the city suburbs.

Police are treating the incident as a terror attack.

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"We found a group of people quickly started to collect around him, around the assailant and some tried to hit him, either kicks or punches", Imam Mahmoud told reporters this morning outside the mosque.

She said: 'The awful terrorist attack which took place last night was an evil borne out of hatred and it has devastated a community. One man died at the scene, but it was not immediately clear whether he was killed by the attacker's actions or some other cause. People surrounded the driver and witnesses said the outraged crowd began attacking him.

Videos show the Imam shouting "don't touch him", asking the crowd to hand him over to police and let them do their jobs.

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She and other family members said they would not be issuing any further statements.

London's mayor, Sadiq Khan, said he has "zero tolerance" towards hate crimes.

Toufik Kacimi, chief executive of the Muslim Welfare House, told Sky News the attack clearly targeted Muslims leaving evening prayers during Ramadan. The incident outside the religious center follows three attacks inspired by Islamic extremists over the past three months.

The use of a vehicle to mow down pedestrians drew horrifying parallels with the London Bridge attack, when three men drove a van into pedestrians before embarking on a stabbing spree, as well as with another auto and knife rampage in Westminster in March.

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