Op-Ed video: No one cares when Muslims have their bank accounts closed
It's a well-known fact that many leading British Muslim civil society activists and charities have had their bank accounts closed with little or no explanation.
Victims have included the political activist Anas Altikriti and his family, the Finsbury Park Mosque, the writer Azzam Tamimi, and many others.
Charities have also been badly hit.
But where's the condemnation?
Earlier this month, the closure of Nigel Farage's bank account was widely covered in the media, with the high net-worth private bank Coutts apologising to the Brexit campaigner for closing his account over his political views.
"Quite a lot of Palestinian-linked organisations have been stripped of their bank accounts. Each one is an outrage, in the same way that Nigel Farage's story is an outrage, but not one [of these cases] was followed up by the mainstream media," Middle East Eye columnist Peter Oborne said.
"It makes this a perfect case study in the structural Islamophobia of the British media."