A gaggle of Muslim bystanders stepped in to guard the suspect accused of driving a van right into a crowds of worshippers outdoors a mosque, to stop him from being turned on by indignant individuals who witnessed the assault.
In footage captured from the scene, a person could be heard on digital camera saying "transfer away from him" to a gaggle of people that seem to have arrived on the scene after the incident and had surrounded a person on the bottom.
The person captured on movie is believed to be 30-year-old imam Mohammed Mahmoud, who rushed out of the mosque and calmly urged the crowds to not hurt the person, however to detain him and watch for police.
Toufik Kacimi, CEO of the Muslim Welfare Home in Finsbury Park, stated: "I want to notably thank our imam, Mohammed Mahmoud, whose bravery and braveness helped calm the fast state of affairs after the incident and prevented additional accidents and potential lack of life."
Three different courageous onlookers stepped in to detain the suspect on the scene, maintaining him there for about 20 minutes, till police arrived and bundled him right into a van.
Abdulrahman Saleh Alamoudi informed BuzzFeed Information he was a type of who had helped to detain the person. He stated: "Fortunately I managed to flee once I did after which the man got here out from his van, I acquired him one man who was operating via behind him they usually got here previous me, so I managed to get him on the ground.
"I held him, he was screaming earlier than that he was saying 'I'm going to kill all Muslims'. He was throwing punches throughout then we managed to get him on the ground. Then we managed to get him on the ground, and he was saying: 'oh kill me, kill me'. We stated: 'we're not going to kill you, why did you do this?' and he wouldn't say something."
Witnesses stated that the imam and a gaggle of bystanders then shaped a protecting ring across the suspect as police led him away, to stop him being harmed by indignant crowds who had seen him perform the alleged assault.
Police later stated the driving force "was discovered detained by members of public on the scene after which arrested by police in reference to the incident".