British Man Tried To Run Over And Kill A Muslim Woman And her 12-Year-Old girl
A man has been convicted of the attempted murder of a Somali Muslim woman and 12-year-old schoolgirl in a hate crime he saw as revenge for ISIS bomb at Parsons Green tube station.

Paul Moore, 21, told friends he had wanted to attack a “Paki” to get revenge for the July 2007 terrorist attacks in London.

The British man was convicted of attempted murder for running over Zaynab Hussein, who wore a headscarf and walked down Acer Close after dropping her children off at school when Moore hit her with his Volkswagen.

Mother-of-nine suffers life-changing injuries after the attack of Sept. 20, 2017, which left her with a broken leg and fractures to the pelvis and severe breaks to her limbs.

Zaynab tried to reach her mobile phone to call family and was crying for help. Two drivers stopped to ask if she needed help but then drove on.

Nottingham Crown Court heard that the driver laughed as he returned to the woman, as she lay wounded on the ground, mounted the pavement and drove over her with all four wheels.

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Jurors also convicted Moore of the attempted grievous bodily harm of a 12-year-old Somali girl, for trying to drive into her minutes after the first attack.

Moore identified the girl as a Muslim because of her headscarf, walking to school with her cousin. He drove at her, mounting the pavement again, but this time he clipped her side, sending her bag flying. The girl was unharmed but shaken.

Barre Duale, Zaynab’s husband said the man who mowed her down “wasn’t attacking terrorists” as he claimed to be doing, but was “joining their ranks”.

Duale also expressed how grateful he was to the passers-by who came to the aid of his wife, whom who he described as a British woman and productive member of society.

“When Paul Moore said he attacked a ‘Paki’ for Britain, and that he was proud of it, he was actually attacking Britain – he was attacking a British mother, a British wife, a productive British worker and charity volunteer,” he said.

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