It's been 20 years since the attacks on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001. That day changed the lives of young Muslims in ways they could never expect.
"Of course there are likely to be terrorist attacks on UK soil on my watch. We wish it were not so," said Ken McCallum
The New Zealand prime minister said she was "absolutely gutted" to hear of the stabbings.
Weeks before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, ex-President Donald Trump said the terrorist behind the 2001 attacks wasn't as bad as the "monsters" he took out.
Sahayb Abu of Dagenham prepared to strike last summer but was arrested after discussing guns with an undercover police officer.
It took a long time for me to accept that I cannot change what happened. Now I'm using my experience to help counter extremism and support others affected by terrorism.
A bizarre pre-recorded message gave warning of the blast.
The 18-year-old published vitriolic graphics encouraging terrorism and signposted people to violent terrorist guidebooks online.
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We are moving towards an extremism of thought that historically has often ended in bloodshed, writes an anonymous survivor.
The 23-year-old was found guilty of 22 counts of murder in March – just days before trials were halted due to lockdown.
Terrorism in the United Kingdom is considered by the Home Office to pose a "significant threat" to security and peace. Islamic extremism, far-right attacks and North Irish terrorists have posed the most recent threats to the United Kingdom. In the past 10 years, there have been several attempts to commit terrorist attacks in Britain. In August 2006 eleven individuals tried to detonate liquid explosives carried on board several airliners travelling from the UK to the US, with 24 suspects arrested in and around London. In June 2007, a car rammed into a terminal at the Glasgow International Airport. No casualties, aside from those of the driver, resulted. The most serious terrorist offence in recent times, since the Northern Irish peace process, was the 7 July 2005 London bombings conducted by four separate Islamist extremist suicide bombers, killing 56 people and injuring 700.