The day after the Woolwich killers were convicted, an apologist for the murder, and an associate of the murderer, was handed the most prestigious slot on British radio.
Faith and conviction cannot be burnt by the flames of hatred.
Chris Allen's research has shown that mosques are rarely just seen by as places of worship.
The cases of Anjem Choudary and the English Defence League show the need for broadcasters to explain the dilemmas clearly and how they seek to resolve them.
Scotland Yard is treating the fire at the Somali community centre in north London as suspicious.
Anti-fascists who happily march against the BNP or EDL rarely show that level of commitment against Anjem Choudhary’s group. Why?
Having once implored BNP members to avoid marches, Griffin is losing a race to the bottom.
Often, the likes of Michael Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo, who used violence to make “points” about the Muslim world in Woolwich, aren’t “religious fanatics”. The trigger we refuse to see is our foreign policy.
Daniel Trilling reports on the far-right rally at Downing Street on Bank Holiday Monday.
An eyewitness account from last night's disturbances in south east London.