Has there been a Muslim backlash post Woolwich murder?


Following the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich police and politicians have been worried about a possible backlash against Muslims communities - communities which have widely condemned the killing.

BBC Newsnight asked Mohammed Khaliel, who advises the Metropolitan Police and Thames Valley Police on gang, gun and knife crime, to compare the numbers of reports of harassment and crimes against Muslims in the past week with those in a normal week. This is his personal report.

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