... “It is still our belief... that this attacker acted alone yesterday and was inspired by international terrorism,” he said. In Birmingham, which is home to large South Asian and Muslim communities, Muhammad Afzal, the head of the central mosque, said the attacker’s motivations had nothing to do with true Islam.More 'ensuring protection' of 'communities' from backlash at The Nation
Rowley acknowledged that Muslim communities will “feel anxious” over fears of an Islamophobic backlash, and said police would work with community leaders to ensure protection. ...
# Never mind the 'anxious' (islamophobic) Kuffar who are the intended targets of islamic terror-casting - protect and serve those from whose ranks the terror-casters emerge.
Memories of the poor muslims under siege in David Cameron's time as Prime Minister (at The Guardian, no less):
Cameron's scapegoating will have a chilling, toxic impact
Thursday 10 February 2011
... In parts of Britain, Muslims are effectively under siege. They are routinely spat at and abused in the street. Over the past couple of months there have been arson and other attacks on mosques in Hemel Hempstead, Leicester, Scunthorpe, Stoke and Kingston, as well as desecration of a Muslim graveyard and fire-bombing of a halal shop. ...# Perhaps the 'impact' of a car being deliberately driven into pedestrians on or near the Westminster Bridge - followed by a fatal stabbing of a police officer - has a chilling effect, with Kuffar in London effectively under siege - but perhaps not.