In an act of terrorism Darren Osbourne drove a van he rented from Pontyclun van rental company into a crowd of people outside of the London Mosque. Osbourne is in custody and is being charged with both terrorism-related offenses and attempted murder. The incident occurred last Monday at Finsbury Park in London.

Darren Osbourne lead attack on London Mosque

Darren Osbourne is suspected of driving a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers. They were near the London Mosque when the incident occurred. Osbourne was arrested by the Metropolitan Police shortly after the incident occurred last Monday, June 19.

Darren Osbourne was handed over to police after being apprehended by a crowd consisting of the British public. He was protected by bystander Mohammed Mahmoud who feared the crowd would start an attack on Osbourne.

Osbourne appeared in court on Friday. The 47-year-old Man is due to appear in Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday. According to The Two-Way, Darren's family has released a statement about the incident. They are deeply shocked by Osbourne's actions. The family mourns for the devastation that Darren caused, and said that their hearts go out to the victims. Osbourne's father has also stated that his family does not support his son's actions and are deeply shocked.

The attack lead to one dead and further fatalities

One man was killed and nine other people were taken to the hospital. Originally police were unsure of victim 51-year-old, Makram Ali, had died as a result of Osbourne's actions. However, after postmortem, it was later confirmed that Ali died of multiple injuries. Ali moved from Bangladesh to Britain when he was only 10-years-old.

According to his family, Ali had been expressing a desire to return home to Bangladesh. In a further statement, Ali was described as being a father to six children and a great grandfather.

Of the nine others who were brought to the hospital, four still remain in the hospital. Two of the four, still in the hospital, are in critical condition.

No more information regarding the status of the victims has been released. Prince Charles visited the scene of the incident on Wednesday. He brought with him a message of solidarity from Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Aljazeera, The Crown Prosecution Service has released a statement. They revealed that they would argue that Osbourne was motivated by personal hatred of Muslims and extreme political views. They will highlight that Osbourne intended to maim and kill as many people as he could during this attack.