People are rallying around this hashtag after a 'terrorist incident' at a London underground station
Following a terrorist incident at a London underground station - in which three people were stabbed by a man reportedly screaming "this is for Syria" - people have rallied around the hashtag #YouAintNoMuslimBruv.
It started trending after a man was filmed telling the suspected attacker - who was still being questioned by police on Sunday morning - "you ain't no Muslim bruv."
The hashtag quickly became the top trend across the UK with numerous Twitter users responding to news of the shocking incident at Leytonstone Station in east London.
Here are just some of the many tweets:
Have nothing clever to say, but want to tweet #YouAintNoMuslimBruv because it's brilliant- Jo Usmar (@jousmar) December 6, 2015
Gotta love the pure Britishness of a response like #YouAintNoMuslimBruv. Well done, that man!- Hardy (@HardyM) December 6, 2015
To the eyewitness who shouted #YouAintNoMuslimBruv, he spoke for millions of British voices and got the point across directly in 1 moment.- Mo Farooq (@MoFarooq9) December 6, 2015
Loving Britain, London, the police, and the guy who shouted this today. #YouAintNoMuslimBruv- Imogen Howson (@imogenhowson) December 6, 2015
#YouAintNoMuslimBruv if you think killing innocent people will get you to heaven- Shabs (@Dream_On_Sho) December 5, 2015
This user was not so impressed:
A nation's decline mapped: #youaintnomuslimbruv is poor diction, poor grammar, and a double negative. To some it's 'very British'. I despair- Sensatus (@Sensatus) December 6, 2015
Last week MPs voted to extend RAF air strikes on Islamic State militants in Iraq to Syria, home of the terror groups self-declared capital Raqqa.
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