Some of the findings were as follows:
The majority of the victims of Islamophobia were women who wore the headscarf.
One in three female-victims had their children with them at the time.
The majority (98%) of perpetrators were white Anglo-Celtic, and were three times more likely to be male.
Verbal assaults were the most common while physical harassment came in second.
48% of Islamophobic attacks occurred in crowded spaces such as shopping centres and train stations.
Many of the attacks occur in front of children and a large amount of bystanders. 75% of the time no one intervened.
Many online incidents of Islamophobia were also documented, which included threats of violence and harm.
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