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J.K. Rowling made a huge correction to this 'Daily Mail' headline
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J.K. Rowling made a huge correction to this 'Daily Mail' headline
Just after midnight on Monday morning, a man drove a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers outside Finsbury Park Mosque in London. Ten people are injured and one man is dead, the BBC reports, and counter-terrorism officers are in attendance. SEE ALSO: J.K. Rowling made a major correction to this 'Daily Mail' tweet For awhile after the attack happened, though, some news headlines weren't mentioning the word "terrorism". This didn't go unnoticed. This is not an accident, it's not a collision, it's not revenge. It's terrorism. The media should be calling it as such. #FinsburyPark — Tez (@tezilyas) June 19, 2017 Soon, J.K. Rowling waded in. Victim blaming in the usual newspapers is disgusting. #FinsburyPark mosque won an award for combating extremism. https://t.co/xhmfpmSubN — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 She had some particularly choice words for the headline being run on the Mail Online's article (it's worth noting the piece has now been updated to describe the situation as a "terror attack"). The Mail has misspelled 'terrorist' as 'white van driver.' Now let's discuss how he was radicalised. pic.twitter.com/HPw2czZiV9 — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 Rowling has now turned her attention to former UKIP leader Nigel Farage... Let's talk about how the #FinsburyPark terrorist was radicalised. pic.twitter.com/Lx1woEaLKL — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 ...And she's praised the Imam who reportedly tried to protect the suspect from harm at the hands of the crowd. The extraordinary decency and courage of this act has brought me to tears this morning. I hope this imam gets the recognition he deserves. https://t.co/SR5u6RRHG9 — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 UPDATE 10:22 a.m. PT: Rowling deleted her tweet about the Daily Mail's coverage of the attack. She explained in four tweets that after "many rightly pointed out" the issue she recognized that the headline came before the attacker had been charged.  "I was angry at what I saw as victim blaming in their immediate coverage," she went on. "I'm still angry about that, but I fully accept that in the immediate aftermath, it isn't reasonable or responsible for a newspaper to rush to judgement without knowing the facts." that the headline was written before charges had been brought against him. I was angry at what I saw as victim blaming in their immediate /2 — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 in the immediate aftermath, it isn't reasonable or responsible for a newspaper to rush to judgement without knowing the facts. /4x — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 19, 2017 WATCH: No, this is not a photo of Ariana Grande after the Manchester attack
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