And this time, in the early hours of Monday, the target was Muslim worshipers leaving a pair of mosques during the holy month of Ramadan.“I want to kill Muslims! “This is for London Bridge.”One person died at the scene and 11 others were injured in the fourth terrorist attack to strike Britain in three months.

Prime Minister Theresa May said the latest attack was a “reminder that terrorism, extremism and hatred take many forms.” She said the government’s response would be robust — regardless of what community it was directed against.

The attack occurred just around the corner from Finsbury Park mosque, which attracted widespread attention in the 1990s and 2000s for its links to radical preachers and Muslim extremists.

London police said Monday that 79 people were now believed to have died in the high-rise apartment building fire. Stuart Cundy gave the new figure during a statement outside Scotland Yard, saying it includes people who were confirmed dead and others who are missing and presumed dead....

(Associated Press)The prime minister’s statement was a clear attempt to ensure that Britain’s large Muslim community feels protected and to quell any feelings of double standards.

He was found guilty of inciting violence by a British court in 2006 and sentenced to seven years in prison.

He was extradited to the United States to face terrorism charges in 2014 and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

“But we tell them that we will not let you do that.”Tensions are high all over Britain in the wake of the recent attacks.

The first occurred in March, when a man drove a car over Westminster Bridge, killing four people, and then fatally stabbed a police officer who was guarding Parliament. In May, a suicide bomber detonated his explosives vest at the exit to an Ariana Grande concert at an arena in the northern city of Manchester, killing 22, including many children.In a statement issued on behalf of Osborne’s family, the his nephew, Ellis Osborne, said his uncle had never expressed any racist views.“We are massively shocked; it's unbelievable, it still hasn't really sunk in,” he said. Our hearts go out to the people who have been injured.”London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is Muslim, said extra police were being deployed to reassure Muslim communities, especially those observing the holy month of Ramadan, when the faithful fast from dawn to dusk.“While this appears to be an attack on a particular community, like the terrible attacks in Manchester, Westminster and London Bridge, it is also an assault on all our shared values of tolerance, freedom and respect," Khan said.Authorities said they believe he acted alone, and launched a search at a residential address in Cardiff.The van used in the attack came from a rental company, also based in Wales.Police said the man who died had been receiving first aid from the public when he was struck and it was therefore too early to know if he had died as a result of the attack.