ISLAMIC terrorists have killed seven people and injured a further 48 in a night of brutal attacks in central London.
At a round 10pm (GMT), they drove a white van into pedestrians at London Bridge before exiting the vehicle and stabbing terrified onlookers in the street at nearby Borough Market.
Armed police gunned down the three jihadists clad in fake bomb vests just eight minutes after the first 999 call.
A police officer is among the dozens injured after being stabbed but his injuries are not life-threatening.
Borough Market is an area known for its bars and restaurants which were busy on a warm summer evening.
Prime Minister Theresa May said there is too much extremism in Britain and called for the end of segregated communities, essentially for assimilation of Muslim communities. She said “enough is enough” and that “things need to change” in taking on the jihad.
The attack is the latest in a long line of Islam-motivated mass murder of innocent civilians.
Last month in Manchester, a Muslim suicide bomber killed 22 and injured more than 60 others at an Ariana Grande concert packed with children.
It is likely the jihadists were influenced by Islamic State’s call for violence during Ramadan.
The Proud Boys have been keeping track of the dead in the Ramadan Bombathon, and so far have been 41 attacks across the world killing 451. There are still 21 days of the holy month to go.
Quran (9:14) – “Fight against them so that Allah will punish them by your hands and disgrace them and give you victory over them and heal the breasts of a believing people.” Humiliating and hurting non-believers not only has the blessing of Allah, but it is ordered as a means of carrying out his punishment and even “heals” the hearts of Muslims.
General Election campaigning in Britain has been suspended with all but UKIP refusing to stop. Leader Paul Nuttall said stopping was “precisely what extremists would want us to do”.
Meanwhile, BBC News has chosen to publish part of the statement from the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressa Dick, saying: “The last thing we need is people over-reacting or taking out their frustrations on people in other communities or in their own communities.”
“Kill them wherever you find them and drive them out from where they drove you out. Persecution is worse than slaughter.” Quran 2:191
It follows a pattern of officials, politicians, journalists and celebrities informing ordinary people facing the brunt of the attacks how to feel. They contend civilians should not react angrily against the tide of Islamic extremism, and submit to it, and carry on as if nothing had ever happened. In patrolling and informing people how empathetic and emotional they should be, it can be interpreted as an attempt of politically correct thought control where anger is suppressed through fear of marginalising an ever-violent and silent community of Muslims, many of which disproportionately agree with the motives of Islamic terrorists and harbour bigoted views.