A vigil was held outside London's Finsbury Park mosque, Friday, following the terrorist attack in New Zealand's Christchurch that killed 49 Muslim worshippers.
The Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn addressed the crowd, encouraging the people of the world to embrace one another and fight hate with love, celebrating London's multiculturalism and vowing to fight racism.
The main suspect was identified as Brenton Tarrant, an Australian national. In a manifesto believed to be from the attacker, he justifies his acts through white supremacist and anti-migrant ideology.
Finsbury Park mosque was the site of a terrorist attack in 2017, when a man used a van to kill one person and injure nine more.