Six Islamic extremists have been jailed for plotting a bloody terror attack on a right-wing march.
Meanwhile, four teenagers believed to have set a Muslim school on fire while 128 children and staff slept inside are being held on suspicious of arson.
Two terrible crimes about which we should all be concerned.
But maybe what should worry us even more is the language used to describe them.
The one committed by the Islamists is regarded as terrorism. The one committed ON an Islamic target is… well, it’s just a crime.
Why? You tell me.
Bill Leckie in the Scottish Sun, 11 June 2013