In the UK, communities unite in face of “Punish a Muslim Day”

World Today

(Twitter/TyneWearCitizens)A human chain outside a mosque in Newcastle in solidarity with the Muslim community. (Twitter/TyneWearCitizens)

“Punish a Muslim Day” letters have been anonymously mailed to multiple communities in the United Kingdom, including four members of parliament. They advocate for violence against Muslims on April 3. But the hate campaign has been largely met with calls for unity and “Love a Muslim Day” events across the country.