As Britons mark the 10th anniversary of London bombing, rights activists say the deepening plight of British Muslims has gone unnoticed in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks.
A minute of silence was observed in the UK to mark the 10th anniversary of the July 7th London terrorist attack.
Also, a memorial service was held at St Paul’s Cathedral, attended by Prime Minister David Cameron and other British government officials.
The bomb attacks targeting people using public transport network in central London left 52 dead and hundreds more injured on July 7, 2005.
Now, the sole Muslim survivor of the worst terrorist attack the UK has ever seen, says something should be done to counter the growing threat of Islamophobia in the country.