In East London, a 30 year old nursery worker was stabbed by three girls on her commute to her job early Wednesday morning.
The attack occurred in East London while the woman was on her way to Little Diamonds Nursery on Hermon Hill. The attackers approached her at approximate 9:30 am. No one has been apprehended for this crime, but the investigation is still ongoing.
The woman was punched and kicked in a gruesome attack after being pushed into the ground. The woman said the attack had “nothing to do with the nursery.”
The girls were identified as Asian and they came up to her chanting the Koran over the course of their attack. One of the girls even pulled out a knife and cut her arm.
The chanting included the phrases “Allah” and the “Koran.”
The woman was hospitalized for her injuries, although they ended up being not life-threatening.
No one has yet been arrested and enquiries into what happened continue. A Met spokesman added: “The Met’s Counter Terrorism Command has been made aware of the incident but is not investigating at this time.” A nursery worker was beaten up and stabbed by three girls as she walked to work in east London this morning. The woman, aged in her 30s, was walking from Wanstead station to Little Diamonds nursery on Hermon Hill when the attackers came up behind her at just after 9.30am on Wednesday. They shoved her to the ground before punching and kicking her during the terrifying attack. Karrien Stevens, who runs Little Diamonds nursery on Hermon Hill where the victim works, told the Standard the three attackers were “chanting the Koran”. She said: “A staff member was coming to work when three Asian girls came up behind her chanting the Koran. “They pulled her to the ground, kicking and punching her.