A “terrorist” incident means jihad. It wasn’t the IRA. There are no other significant terrorist groups operating today in the UK. This statement from Scotland Yard makes it very likely that this was a jihad attack, and yet another repudiation of the British government’s policy of appeasing and accommodating Islamic supremacists and jihadists while hounding and persecuting foes of jihad terror, and banning foreign ones from the country.
“London Westminster shooting: Scotland Yard treating attack as terrorist incident,” Belfast Telegraph, March 22, 2017:
London police have confirmed the incident at Westminster is being treated as terrorist related.
A policeman has been stabbed and his attacker shot by officers after a major terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.
The attacker mowed down several pedestrians as he drove a grey Hyundai i40 across Westminster Bridge before crashing it into railings then running through the gates of the Palace of Westminster and stabbing the officer.
Eyewitnesses said he was shot by police as he approached a second officer clutching his knife.
He left a trail of destruction as paramedics tended to his victims on the bridge and at the gate.
A 30-second clip posted on Twitter by @sikorskiradek showed a man lying in the bus lane, with several people running towards him. It then pans to another man lying in the middle of the road holding his left leg while two people kneel over him. A knocked-down orange cone can be seen at the edge of the pavement in the background.
One white van and a motorbike were still in the road, with onlookers appearing to walk and run towards the injured.
Prime Minister Theresa May was seen being ushered into a silver Jaguar in the grounds of the palace as what sounded like gunfire rang out at around 2.45pm. A Downing Street source confirmed she was “OK”.
Scotland Yard urged people to avoid the area, in a statement it said: “Officers – including firearms officers – remain on the scene and we are treating this as a terrorist incident until we know otherwise….