Strict measures in London increase Muslim Brotherhood's grief

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The British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said on Thursday there were assumptions that there is a link between Daesh and London attack in one way or another, stressing that security precautions would be reviewed around the parliament

He also announced that the police were investigating whether the attacker had partners saying to BBC "The police are investigating about this man and his friends and where he came from"

Mark Rowley, the acting deputy commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police, said seven people were arrested as part of raids on six different addresses and inquiries were taking place in areas including London and Birmingham, central England. Rowley said police know the identity of the attacker, but were not ready to name him. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack and investigators think he acted alone

"Our investigation is ongoing — developing all the time — and is focused on (the attacker's) motivation, his preparation and associates," Rowley said. He said that there was no specific information about further threats to the public

Commenting on these statements published by the British police source told Alyaman Alaraby that the measures that will be taken by the authorities in London will increase the pains of the Muslim Brotherhood there, and will tighten the screws on them, until the disclosure of the real culprit, and who is behind those attacks, and what are their aims

From his part , London mayor Sadiq Khan said that police and other responders ‘have shown tremendous bravery in exceptionally difficult circumstances’ and offered his condolences to the family of the police officer killed. ‘London is the greatest city in the world and we stand together in the face of those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life. Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism,’ he says