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23 March 2017, 17:37 | Updated: 23 March 2017, 18:44
Huma phones Iain Dale with a remarkable message: "These so-called Muslims have nothing to do with Islam...they make me embarrassed to be a Muslim."
"I've got five sisters and a brother, all born and brought up here," the Tooting woman told Iain. "I've got my two children in the car with me...I am so embarrassed.
"I'm so emotional right now."
Four people died in the attacks yesterday, with the attacked named by police as Khalid Masood this afternoon, a 52-year-old British born Muslim.
And after making clear how twisted the idea of 'sharia law' these terrorists have is, Huma made clear how proud she was to be British: "I was recently diagnosed with cancer, the NHS went all out for me.
"But we are so tarnished now. I'm telling you the community feels embarrassed.
"Any Muslim that doesn't feel embarrassed, there's something wrong with you."
And she had a challenge for any friends or family or other Muslims listening: "Pick up the phone and tell me I'm wrong.
"It's embarrassing. It's hurtful, it's disgusting and you know what? You're not going to win. Because we're not afraid."
Category: Westminster Terror Attack