۴ آبان ۱۳۹۹ | Oct 25, 2020
MCB responds to Islamophobia graffiti at south London mosque

South London, Harun Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: “It is deeply concerning that after reports of similar incidents in Birmingham, we now see Islamophobic graffiti targeting Muslim communities in Brixton

Hawzah News Agency - (London - UK) - In response to the Islamophobic graffiti spray-painted at North Brixton Islamic Cultural Centre in Lambeth, South London, Harun Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: “It is deeply concerning that after reports of similar incidents in Birmingham, we now see Islamophobic graffiti targeting Muslim communities in Brixton. Given the largest amount of religious based hate crime targets Muslims and the ongoing rise of the far-right, we continue to call on the government to start taking Islamophobia seriously and proportionately to the risk Muslim communities face.

“It is welcome that the Mayor of London, the local MP and local faith and non-faith communities have publicly come out in solidarity. We look forward to the government speaking out and treating these incidents with the seriousness they deserve.”

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