Facebook allows far-right group Britain First to set up new pages and buy adverts despite vow to combat extremism
Paul Golding used page to spread conspiracy theory over New Zealand terror attack.
Facebook has allowed far-right group Britain First to set up new pages and pay for adverts, despite vowing to crack down on extremists.
Islamophobia warning comes as UK police step up patrols after New Zealand terror attack
Prime Minister Theresa has led the UK’s condemnation of the Christchurch mosque shootings that killed 49 people.
Writing online she expressed her ‘deepest condolences to the people of New Zealand after the horrifying terrorist attack’ on March 15.
New Zealand attack: Police patrol UK mosques and vow to ‘stand together’ with Muslims after deadly shootings
Police are patrolling UK mosques following a terror attack targeting Muslims in New Zealand.
A mosque in Nottingham held an open day for the second year running in a hope to tackle negativity surrounding the Muslim faith.
The book, titled Mohammed’s Koran: Why Muslims Kill For Islam, was published in 2017 and was on sale as recently as three days ago, according to anti-Islamophobia charity Tell MAMA.
Almost half of the French and German public believe Islam is incompatible with western society, according to a survey published on Monday.
The latest YouGov poll found that Muslim majority countries have a more favourable view of Christianity.
Police are investigating a “disturbing” video that shows a man following Muslim schoolgirls and calling for them to be sterilised.
Footage circulating on social media shows the man filming as he gets off a bus in Bow, east London, while pupils including girls wearing headscarves leave a nearby school.
Police have arrested a man after a “disturbing” racist video of young Muslim girls was shared on social media.
The video showed students on their way to school while a male voice is heard in the background making racist and derogatory remarks.
Physical and verbal attacks are increasingly becoming part of the refugee experience in Britain today, fuelled by a “toxic environment” that has been worsened by the country’s debate around Brexit, MPs and support groups have warned.
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