Nasir Dar, the uncle of Khuram Butt, blasted his 27-year-old nephew over his involvement in the sickening terror attack and said he could not understand why he slaughtered seven innocent people.
Mr Dar denounced Butt’s extremist ideologies and added: “No religion of the world allows to do this shameful, brutal action.”
Butt was one of three terrorists who drove a van through pedestrians on London Bridge before getting out of the vehicle and launching a knife attack in Borough Market on Saturday night.
Nasir Dar, the uncle of London terrorist Khuram Butt, has denounced the attacks as shameful
The three London terror suspects named as Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba
Butt, Moroccan-Italian Youssef Zaghba, 22, and Moroccan-born Rachid Redouane, 30, were shot and killed by armed police just eight minutes after the first call to emergency services.
Speaking to the BBC's Secunder Kermani in Pakistan, Mr Dar described how Butt started showing signs of extreme Islamist beliefs when he begun wearing shalwar kameez – typically worn in Muslim-majority countries – grew a beard and “started offering prayers”.
He added: “Before that these symptoms were not found in him.”
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I am feeling ashamed in talking about this. Innocent people are killed in this action
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When asked what message he would like to send out to the families of the victims who were killed, Mr Dar said: “They are all mine. Even though I don't know their names.
“But I think they're my relatives, my brothers. I don't know their names, their nationalities, why they were killed.”
He added: “I condemn, first of all, this incident, this brutal action.
Forensic investigators at London Bridge the morning after the attack
“And I am feeling ashamed in talking about this. Innocent people are killed in this action.
“I have very deep sympathies with all the victims, innocent victims. I would like to say no religion of the world allows to do this shameful, brutal action.”
Boris Johnson has questioned “how on earth" British security services allowed Butt "through the net" after he appeared on a Channel 4 documentary entitled "The Jihadis Next Door”.
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The 27-year-old is said to have been deemed low-risk by authorities despite being reported twice to counterterrorism agencies after he was apparently brainwashed by watching extremist YouTube videos.
New information has revealed that Butt had attempted to radicalise London youngsters at a Ilford gym where he worked out at with Sajeel Shahid, 41, a member of Anjem Choudary's al-Muhajiroun network, accused of helping train the 7/7 bomb ringleader Mohammed Siddique Khan.
Responding to the latest attack on London, Theresa May said ”enough was enough" with Islamist extremists and has threatened to rip up human rights laws to ensure that terrorism suspects can be deported or have their freedom curbed.