Professor Jack Rozdilsky's article in The Conversation discusses issues of hate-motivated violence, Islamophobia and domestic terrorism. He specifically delves deeper into an attack which might appear to be terrorism, and whether or not legally labelling it as such is possible.
"Legal experts suggest that during the first week after the attack, it’s probably too early for terror charges because investigators need time to gather sufficient evidence of motives on which to base terrorism offences. An advantage of laying terrorism charges now would be to send a strong message that the London attack will be treated as what it is perceived to be by many: an act of terror."
Read the full story in The Conversation.