Following the recent attacks in London, the vandals expressed their aggression by doing graffiti on an Islamic centre in South London. Words like “Terrorise your own country” and “Go away” were spray-painted on the wall. The building in South London was spray-painted from the site of the attack, which is 19-km away.
Recently, the heart of British capital witnessed a van and knife attack, which claimed seven lives. However, the Islamic centre has no connection with the attackers of London Bridge incident, which happened on Saturday night.
According to the reports of Metro.co.uk, the presence of the building evoked the wrath of Islamophobes in the area.
Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Britain, Harun Khan, condemned the attack and said, “I am appalled and angered by the terrorist attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market, in my home city. These acts of violence were truly shocking and I condemn them in strongest terms”.
“Muslims everywhere are outraged and disgusted at these cowards who once again have destroyed the lives of our fellow Britons. That this should happen in this month of Ramadan when many Muslims were praying and fasting only goes to show that these people respect neither life nor faith. My prayers are with the victims and all those affected. I commend the work of our emergency services working hard to keep us safe and cope with the ensuing carnage” he added.