Rise in attacks on Muslims after the murder of Lee Rigby

The BBC reported (25 May 2013):

Woolwich murder sparks anti-Muslim backlash

The closed road on Artillery Place near the scene in Woolwich
Drummer Lee Rigby was killed near Woolwich Barracks on Wednesday

There has been a huge increase in anti-Muslim incidents since the murder of a British soldier in Woolwich, an inter-faith charity has said.

Faith Matters, which runs a helpline, said they had received 162 calls since Wednesday’s attack, up from a daily average of six.

A number of people have been charged after allegedly offensive comments were made on social media websites.

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