Messages sent between pro-ISIS supporters appeared online calling for fanatics to ‘wake up’ and seek revenge
SICK ISIS supporters have used the terror attack at a Finsbury Park mosque to call for more atrocities against the West.
Twisted messages allegedly sent between pro-ISIS supporters appeared on Twitter, calling on fanatics to “wake up” to “the war starting now in your own streets”.
Messages allegedly sent between ISIS supporters
The texts, reported by Terrorism analyst Michael Smith, were sent to a WhatsApp group with 225 members in the aftermath of the suspected revenge terror attack, where a van ploughed into Muslim worshippers in the early hours of Monday morning.
The twisted rant, sent from a group called ‘War news/ Ummah [community] news’ questioned why the attacker had not been shot by police like the killers behind the London Bridge attack earlier this month.
It said: “Oh Muslimeen when your brothers took revenge on the crusader nationals for the slaughter they are carrying out on the Muslims, they were shot on site by the the British Police.
“Then how come the Police never shot a Kaafir [non-believer].”
Police assist a woman caught up in the panic at Finsbury Park after reports a van was deliberately driven at pedestrians
It then called on group members to take action, saying: “Oh Muslims you need to wake up the war is starting now in your own streets outside your own Masajids.
“Your elders could be killed, your sisters could be attacked.”