Fresh reports of menacing letters which call for violence against Muslims have targeted at least two addresses in England and Wales.
As with previous hate mail campaigns, we are reissuing our safety tips and practical advice for community members.
What to do if you receive hate mail
All letters and envelopes must be kept and handled minimally to preserve evidence
Place the letter and the envelope in a clean and sealable plastic bag to stop further contamination
Call the non-emergency 101 number to contact the police (or Tell MAMA can do this on your behalf).
We are liaising with the relevant police forces on this issue which, again, is being treated with the utmost seriousness.
We ask that people do not share the contents of this letter online to minimise its reach and any potential harm it intends to cause.
Our resources section provides free safety tips for masjids, individuals, and young people.
#WeStandTogether: If extremists seek division, we rise above. If extremists cause harm, we rise above. If you face anti-Muslim hate, we rise to help. Speak to Tell MAMA in confidence.
Keep our safety tips in mind as you go about your day 👇 pic.twitter.com/QefyPWxU8a
— TellMAMAUK (@TellMamaUK) April 3, 2018
We will publish further updates when they are available.
You can get advice from our confidential and free helpline on 0800 456 1226. Or through our free iOS or Android apps. Report through our online form. Or contact us via WhatsApp on 0734 184 6086.