London's police commander says the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque was clearly an attack on Muslims. Commander Cressida Dick, speaking Monday in the London neighborhood of Finsbury Park, says people in Muslim communities will see more of their police protecting them in the coming days. London Mayor Sadiq Khan, meanwhile, paid tribute to the local community who apprehended the attacker near the mosque, especially the religious leader who kept him safe from mob violence. Khan says all these incidents are attacks on the city's shared values. He vows "we will not allow these terrorists to succeed --- we will stay a strong city." Khan also declared that British officials have "zero tolerance" for hate crimes.
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