A car drove into a crowd of Muslims leaving a mosque in London, England, while the vehicle’s occupants allegedly made “Islamophobic” comments. The incident left several people injured.
According to the Metropolitan Police, three men and a woman, all in their twenties, were sitting in the vehicle in the mosque’s private car park “behaving anti-socially, drinking and allegedly using drugs” before security told them to leave.
After driving near to the Islamic center, the car’s occupants “were involved in a confrontation with a large group of people” visiting the mosque in Cricklewood, north London. Visitors were attending a lecture series on the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson.
“Words were exchanged and comments of an Islamophobic nature were allegedly made by the group in the car,” the police release said.
This article originally appeared on newsweek.com