2017 and 2018.
At this point it's nearly an annual tradition.
2017's Muslim car Jihadist was Khalid Masood, a Muslim convert of African ancestry. He performed far better than this year's Muslim car Jihadist, Salih Khater, a Muslim migrant from Sudan.
In a chilling echo of Khalid Masood's murderous rampage on Westminster 17 months ago, the driver, from Birmingham, sped towards the Palace of Westminster – narrowly missing two police officers guarding the access road who jumped out of his path. He then smashed into a security barrier outside Parliament.
Despite hitting at least 15 cyclists and pedestrians during rush hour, no one was killed with only one female cyclist seriously injured.
Khater originally hailed from Birmingham. He studied electrical engineering in Sudan.
The odds are good that his computer will be full of Jihadist materials, that any family he has will blame mental illness\entrapment\drug use, and that the authorities will crack down twice as hard on whatever they deem to be 'hate speech'.
And then we can all wait around and see if 2019's Westminster Jihadist will manage to kill more people. Because there's no problem that can't be solved with Coexist bumper stickers. Either that or realize that there's a war going on and act accordingly.