Jewish and Muslim organisations in Britain have issued a joint complaint to the press regulator over an Islamophobic article they likened to Nazi propaganda.
The groups argue The Sun column's reference to the "Muslim Problem" resembles the Nazi references to the "The Jewish Problem" and sets a troubling precedent.
Written by the former political editor of the tabloid, the article features a tirade about Muslim communities and claims Britain is consumed by a "Muslim Problem".
Trevor Kavanagh argues Islam constitutes the "one unspoken fear" which unites Britain and wider Europe but claims the phenomenon has been suppressed by political correctness. He says the problem began after former Prime Minister Tony Blair allowed what he describes as "mass migration".