UK 19 June 2017 Look who’s preaching hate – how the right-wing press stirs up Islamophobia A pictorial guide. Composite of images in the public domain Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up As the Prime Minister condemns a “sickening” terror attack on Muslim worshippers outside a mosque in north London, your mole has turned to its favourite source of news – the right-wing tabloids. Unsurprisingly unable to deal with the idea that non-white people could ever be terror victims, The Sun very pointedly referred to the van collision as a “revenge attack”, implicitly linking those leaving a post-fast Ramadan meal to those who carried out atrocities in London and Manchester. Every day, the sun finds a new way to sink lower. "Revenge Terror Attack"?? pic.twitter.com/FfjyFXTghh — Bri (@Xhakaed) June 19, 2017 The Mail appeared to be trying a similar trick, referring to the Finsbury Park mosque as where “hate cleric Abu Hamza once preached” – before seemingly coming to their senses and changing the headline: The Mail has misspelled 'terrorist' as 'white van driver.' Now let's discuss how he was radicalised. pic.twitter.com/HPw2czZiV9 — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 It not only attempted to turn a tragedy affecting innocent people into an attack on a hate preacher, it was also inaccurate – the incident was outside the Muslim Welfare House, not the nearby Finsbury Park mosque where Abu Hamza once preached. And anyway, your mole would argue that’s not the only radical preaching the UK should be worried about… Talk about the enemy within. › Finsbury Park Muslims react to the mosque attack: "We felt something was going to happen" I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!