The Muslim stories have calmed down a bit.
But the BBC for one have persisted, with the story of the 70 airport workers in Paris who have been suspended for suspicion of terrorism. The headline however says "Paris airport bars Muslim staff" i.e. signifying that they have suspended staff for being Muslim. They've done nothing of the sort.
A few years ago there was a debate about whether the oxymornic term "Islamic terrorist" was apt - how can you describe a terrorist as Islamic? They are terrorists pure and simple. Now it seems to be simplified to just calling them Muslims.
I hope questions are being asked in France though as to the likelihood of 70 people being involved in a terror plot either coordinated or unlinked. The BBC reports: "Airport officials say some of the workers had frequently visited Pakistan and Afghanistan the previous year". It seems that the smoking gun these days as far as accusations of terrorism are concerned is a visit to Pakistan. For your information, I haven't been since I was two.
Still, at least France didn't just bomb the airport. A few days ago the Pakistani government bombed an Islamic school (also known by the evil word madrassah) in their country killing 80 people. All, without any arrests or trials, were terrorists apparently. The danger for the Pakistani government, given how the country is viewed in the West as a hot bed of terrorism, is that the approach they took on this school could be taken on their entire country.
You may have heard of this story by the real outrage it represented - that Prince Charles had to change his travel plans because of it. Camilla meanwhile has being coming under fire from the Daily Express for one for not wearing a poppy. Yesterday they declared "'Islamic' Camilla dumps poppy", because it was chaffing her "Muslim scarf".
Today, they are moaning that "she is wearing one but you can't see it under Muslim scarf". As you can see from the picture, she is wearing the traditional Pakistani daputta. This is a Muslim scarf how? The Express would do well to remember before stoking this Islamophobic and racist nonsense that tens of thousands of soldiers from the sub-continent laid down their lives in WWI for their British colonial masters, and if they're sincere about commemorating the war veterans, then let's focus on that.