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>> This is the biggest mosque in Western Europe, holding a special remembrance service for the victims of the London attacks. Four people lost their lives and the assailant was short dead outside the Houses of Parliament.>> The Muslim communities here have condemned what it says was the brutal and senseless killing of innocent people.
We now know that the attacker, British-born Adrian Russell converted to Islam, and changed his name to Khalid Masood. Thousands were expected here today at Friday prayers to prove that they won't allow something like this to divide British society.>> It's all part of the mosque's nationwide United Against Extremism campaign.
>> To kill anybody, that right is not been given to any human being. So therefore, those who are responsible for that, maybe one or two or so many behind them, all are criminal. And they have done great injustice to themself, to humanity, and to this very peaceful country.
>> Meanwhile in central London.>> We have all of us come together because it is a moment of sad reflection. But also a moment of determination for our nation together.>> Faith leaders holding a vigil at the North Gate at Westminster Abbey. Among them, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chief Imam of the London Central Mosque, and Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis.
>> Londoners are showing right now that we will always stand up with strength to confront terror.>> The victims have been named as American tourist Cad Cochran, British citizen and mother of two, Aisha Friday. Policeman Keith Palmer, who was stabbed to death, and Londoner Leslie Rhodes, who died in hospital on Thursday night.
At least 40 people were injured when Masood plowed into crowds crossing Westminster Bridge on Wednesday afternoon. Police say two are still in a critical condition in hospital.