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World South African police kill man after fatal mosque attack

12:01  14 june  2018
12:01  14 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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  UK marks anniversary of London mosque terror attack Britain will on Tuesday mark the first anniversary of a deadly terror attack against a north London mosque, with Prime Minister Theresa May vowing that "vile extremism" will not divide the nation.Mourners will hold a minute's silence at 9.30am (0830GMT) to remember father-of-six Makram Ali, who died when Darren Osborne ploughed a hire van onto a crowded pavement close to Finsbury Park mosque, intending to kill as many Muslims as possible.

South African police searching for three men who stabbed worshippers at a mosque near Durban have said the attackers ’ motive was unknown but “elements of extremism” were involved. The parliament’s police committee condemned the attack . “A mosque is a religious institution, and South

Attackers entered a South African mosque after midday prayers, stabbed three people and set the place on fire before fleeing, local police said Thursday, as people expressed shock at the kind of attack rarely seen in the country.

An investigator attends to the gates of a mosque in Malmesbury, near Cape Town, South Africa Thursday June 14 2018. South African police say a man with a knife fatally stabbed two people and wounded several others at a mosque near Cape Town before police shot and killed the attacker. (AP Photo Nasief Manie) © The Associated Press An investigator attends to the gates of a mosque in Malmesbury, near Cape Town, South Africa Thursday June 14 2018. South African police say a man with a knife fatally stabbed two people and wounded several others at a mosque near Cape Town before police shot and killed the attacker. (AP Photo Nasief Manie)

JOHANNESBURG — South African police say a man with a knife fatally stabbed two people and wounded several others at a mosque near Cape Town before police shot and killed the attacker.

Investigators are not immediately commenting on a possible motive for the attack in Malmesbury early Thursday.

South Africa's Muslim Judicial Council says it is "shocked to its core" by the attack and is urging people not to jump to conclusions "until clarity can be given."

On May 10, assailants killed one person and injured two others in a similar attack on a mosque in the eastern town of Verulam, near Durban. No arrests have been made.

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