Faith leaders condemn terrorist attack at London Bridge

By The Christian Post

Metropolitan Police officers set up a cordon near Borough Market after a number of people are believed to have been injured after a stabbing at London Bridge, police have said, on November 29, 2019 in London, England. Police said they were called to the stabbing around 2 p.m. local time. Video shared on social media after the incident showed armed officers opening fire on a man who had been pinned down on the bridge walkway. Metropolitan Police said they believed there were several injuries and that a man had been detained. | Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Representatives of London's faith community have condemned the terrorist attack at London Bridge where two people were killed and several others were injured by a man wielding a knife. 

The attacker, 28-year-old Usman Khan, was wrestled to the ground by bystanders while another man disarmed him of his long knife, video footage released Friday shows

Khan, who was also wearing a device strapped to his body, was shot dead by armed officers. The Metropolitan Police later said the device was a "hoax explosive device."

Source:The Christian Post