BREAKING: Man who drove into Muslim worshippers at Finsbury Mosque found guilty of murder


A man who vowed to “kill all the Muslims” has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder after launching a terror attack on Islamic worshippers in Finsbury Park last year.

Darren Osborne has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder.

Mr Osborne used a vehicle to ram Muslim worshippers outside Finsbury Mosque.

The trial heard that he wanted to kill “as many people as possible” at an Islamic march in London the day before.

Mr Osborne also wanted to Kill Jeremy Corbyn and Sadiq Khan. He explained killing the London Mayor as winning the lottery.

During the trial, prosecutor Jonathan Rees said: “To seek to kill someone merely because of their religion is a terrible thing.

“And what makes this act particularly horrific is that the group he drove into had gathered in the street in order to help Makram Ali, the deceased, who had collapsed as he walked along Seven Sisters Road a couple of minutes before the defendant carried out his attack.”

The impact of the large van killed Mr Ali and left others with life-changing injuries.

Diane Abbott says Finsbury Park a ‘terror attack’ but London & Manchester attacks ‘incidents’

Diane Abbott seemed to be reluctant to call the recent London and Manchester attacks, ‘terror’ attacks

The Shadow Home Secretary, who recently returned to her role after a short period off during the election campaign was quick to label the Finsbury Park Mosque attack a ‘terror attack’, but called the Manchester and London (Westminster Bridge and London Bridge) attacks, ‘incidents’.

Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself

Abbott tweeted this regarding the Manchester attack

“My thoughts go out to all those affected by the horrific incident in Manchester. Our emergency services have acted swiftly and bravely.”

This during the recent London attack:


However, Mrs Abbott said this regarding the Finsbury attack

“Shocking terror attack outside Finsbury Park mosque. Thoughts & prayers with friends & families of the victims #FinsburyPark”

What she is saying is spot on and I agree with her that our thoughts and prayers go to the victims.

If you thought that was a blip, she sent a second tweet saying:

“Terror attack outside #FinsburyPark mosque. Police must urgently review security for all mosques”

The Jeremy Corbyn ally was careful to refer to the terror attacks as “incidents” in two separate tweets.

The suspect who allegedly ploughed a van into a group of Muslim worshippers has been identified as a dad-of-four.

He’s been named as Darren Osborne.

The UK has been victim to 3 terror attacks in a 3 month period. 2 in London and 1 in Manchester.

There are fears this attack will act as further justification for Islamic extremists who are planning to commit further attacks again the UK.