18/06/2018 - Published by

The first anniversary of the Finsbury Park terror attack is being commemorated and the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is thinking of all those affected and victims and survivors at this sensitive time.

#London United

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On Tuesday morning (19th June), people will observe a minute’s silence to mark a year since a far-right terrorist drove a van into Muslim worshippers returning from Ramadan prayers in North London.

Makram Ali, a father of four, was killed and nine others injured in Finsbury Park that night. It was one of four terrorist atrocities in Britain in 2017.

The hashtag #LondonUnited is being used to bring everyone together in commemoration.

All our thoughts are with Mr Ali’s family and friends, the people injured, those affected and the people of Finsbury Park



Finsbury Park

If you have been affected by terrorism at home or abroad, you can get free and confidential support from:

Survivors Assistance Network website

Survivors Assistance Network | The Peace Centre | Peace Drive | Warrington | Cheshire | WA5 1HQ

Email – SAN@Foundation4peace.org
Phone – 01925 581240

Twitter – @survivors4p

(c) 2018 Survivors Assistance Network is a service of Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, a registered charity in England and Wales. The service is partly funded by the Ministry of Justice, the Victims and Survivors Service (Northern Ireland) as part of the European Union’s PEACE IV and by the generosity of our donors and supporters.