Sudan Condemns Finsbury Park Mosque Attack


Sudan condemned today the incident that occurred near the Finsbury Park mosque in London, which targeted a group of worshipers after performing Taraweeh prayers, killing and injuring many innocent people in a crime that is incompatible with all human and religious values.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan said, in a statement, today that it offers condolences to the families of the victims and the wounded and the people and the British Government, indicating that criminal act confirms that terrorism has no religion.

The ministry expressed Sudan’s full solidarity, support for the British Government in all its measures to safeguard the safety and security of its citizens. It also renewed its call to the international community to intensify its efforts and cooperation in confronting all forms of terrorist and criminal activities.

Those injured in Monday night’s terrorist attack in Finsbury Park are all out of critical care, the Metropolitan police has said.

Nine people were taken to hospital after a man believed to be Darren Osborne, 47, from Cardiff, drove into worshippers near the Muslim Welfare House mosque. Seven were still receiving treatment in hospital earlier on Tuesday.