Former Obama campaign adviser David Tafuri commented on the attack on a mosque in northern London.

Tafuri said terrorism is a "huge topic of conversation" in London in the wake of a series of terror attacks on England.

"People feel like they're under siege," Tafuri said.

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Though Fox News has not confirmed the veracity of claims about or the motive behind the attack, Tafuri speculated on why the mosque was targeted.

As reported:

Several people were hurt after a van slammed into a crowd -- including worshippers leaving a mosque -- on a road in north London around midnight Sunday night, witnesses said, as police added that one person was arrested.

Witnesses told Sky News that the driver, described as a white man, appeared to hit the crowd "deliberately." The crash immediately raised concerns of another terrorist attack in London; however, police did not reveal the possible cause.

Witnesses also told Sky News some 10 people were hurt, but police and medical officials would not confirm that.

Tafuri said he hopes the latest attack will galvanize the Muslim community against radical elements in the religion.

He called using a vehicle to maim and kill people the "least sophisticated" type of attack.

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