WeStandTogether Twitter unites against hate after Finsbury Park terror attack

first_imgBoxer Amir Khan also tweeted  “Terrorists will not succeed in their attempts to divide us and make us live in fear.”Here’s everything we know about the attack.  Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said: “This was an attack on London and all Londoners and we should all stand together against extremists whatever their cause.“Now is a time once again for London to stand together to face those who seek to divide us.”He added: “There is now an ongoing investigation by our Counter Terrorism Command to establish why this attack was carried out.“London is a city of many faiths and many nationalities. An attack on one community is an attack on all of us. Emergency services also expressed their condolences This is Muslim Welfare House in #FinsburyPark on Saturday, a few yards from where the attack happened last night. #WeStandTogether still… pic.twitter.com/IsOU2t2DFG— Andy Hull (@AndyHull79) June 19, 2017 MPs also used the hashtag  I am really saddened to hear about the attack in #FinsburyPark -I pray for all the victims and their families #WeStandTogether— Amir Khan (@amirkingkhan) June 19, 2017 Many are using the hashtag #WeStandTogether on Twitter, reacting with shock and horror to the incident. “#WeStandTogether against hate and must not allow terrorism to divide us,” tweeted @ASPoliceCommissioner.‏“We are not divided. We are not filled with hate. #WeStandTogether,” posted another.#WeStandTogether –  How Twitter reacted  Thoughts with all affected by brutal #FinsburyPark attack. More important than ever that #WeStandTogether & reject the poison of hate— Richard Burden MP (@RichardBurdenMP) June 19, 2017 Cmsr: “#London is a city of many faiths and many nationalities. An attack on one community is an attack on all of us.” #WeStandTogether— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) June 19, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Waking up to another attack in London. Thoughts & prayers with all those affected.#WeStandTogether pic.twitter.com/hcS4mUbl4h— Nick Downing (@NickDowningMPS) June 19, 2017 Yesterday we joined the #GreatGetTogether for Jo. Today another terrorist attack shows why it matters more than ever that #WeStandTogether— Yvette Cooper (@YvetteCooperMP) June 19, 2017 #WeStandTogether in solidarity with the victims of the horrific terrorist attack in #FinsburyPark.Thoughts & prayers with all those affected pic.twitter.com/04kxobdpYN— Shomrim N.E. London (@Shomrim) June 19, 2017 Our thoughts go to the victims, their families and the wider #FinsburyPark community this morning. #WeStandTogether https://t.co/xgGOkBQy4I— Surrey Police (@SurreyPolice) June 19, 2017 Social media users are sending out messages of solidarity and defiance following the Finsbury Park terrorist attack.One man has died and 10 others were injured after a van was rammed into worshippers outside a mosque in north London.According to one eyewitness, the driver is said to have screamed: “I’m going to kill all Muslims”. Horrific to see another terror attack on our streets. Thoughts with those killed, injured and affected#FinsburyParkattack #WeStandTogether https://t.co/nT35qOCHUD— Jim McMahon MP (@JimfromOldham) June 19, 2017 If you see anything suspicious, don’t take a chance call this hotline number #WeStandTogether https://t.co/m1Xfya8tb7 pic.twitter.com/AmceF4R5mT— London Fire Brigade (@LondonFire) June 19, 2017 Horrendous attack on people because of their Muslim faith near #FinsburyParkMosque. Thoughts+prayers with the victims.#WeStandTogether— Ivan Lewis (@IvanLewis_MP) June 19, 2017last_img

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