Jihad Watch reader Granny Weatherwax was intrigued when she read this in “UK Muslims ‘feel more vulnerable,'” a BBC report:
The Muslim News has reported three further attacks on mosques, one in east London and two in Bristol, and the Muslim Council of Britain has reported several attacks on mosques in north west London.
Turning to the Muslim News itself, she found this in an article entitled “Grand Mufti, others denounce London bombings”:
The East London Mosque in Whitechapel, a stone’s throw from Aldgate, one of the underground station affected by the attacks, has received anonymous threatening letters.
Those “anonymous threatening letters” seem to be what the BBC is terming a backlash attack. In that case, I’ve received a few backlash attacks in my email.