UK mosques have been targeted by 100 hate attacks since 2013

Tell MAMA, the national anti-Muslim hate monitoring group, said there was a rise in reported attacks in the months after May 2013 .
There were 21 the following year, followed by 24 in 2015 and 12 up until September this year.
The three main categories of anti-Muslim incident involved criminal damage to mosques, vandalism and actions involving violent extremism.
The attacks were mostly clustered in areas where there are high concentrations of Muslims and mosques in the United Kingdom.
However, there has also been a spate of incidents along the South West coast of England and in the South East along the Kent coast.
Iman Abou Atta, Tell MAMA director, said: “Mosques need to remain vigilant and ensure that agencies such as Tell MAMA and the police are notified at the earliest opportunity.
“It is essential that we also send messages of reassurance as we do in Tell MAMA and interfaith organisations need to step up their game in doing so.”

Visit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Facebook