Islamophobic Crime In London Up 70% This Year And Women Wearing Veils Victims Of More ‘Aggressive Incidents’
Hate crimes against Muslims in London has risen by 70% in the past year, police statistics reveal.
The number of reported Islamophobic offences in London soared in the last year, police said on Monday with a Muslim group that monitors such attacks saying women were the primary targets.
A teenage waitress today accused The Savoy of discrimination after she was sent home from work for refusing to remove her hijab.
The exhibition is being billed as an exercise in freedom of expression, but critics have said it is needlessly inflammatory
There has been a massive surge in hate crimes against London’s Jewish and Muslim communities, according to figures released on 2 July by the Metropolitan Police.
Shaidat Olufowobi was ordered home from her shift at the luxury hotel when she wouldn’t remove her religious headscarf.
Racist and religiously motivated hate crimes reported to police have surged in London, according to Met figures — with some of the biggest increases being attacks on Jews and Muslims.
A complaint has been made against the bus company Stagecoach Group regarding alleged incidents of Islamophobic discrimination along Cowley Road.
Stagecoach said they were ‘at a loss’ to explain why the driver did not stop
British Muslims are suffering ‘retaliatory abuse’ with a London group saying that there has been an increase in attacks.
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