Anti-Muslim hate crimes in the United Kingdom have increased since the Woolwich attacks in 2013, with a rise in attacks that have manifested themselves both offline and online. This chapter examines some key recommendations around how to tackle online anti-Muslim hate crime and looks to the future for measures at preventing online anti-Muslim hate crime. This chapter has shed light on helping us have a better understanding of Islamophobia on the internet. However, this chapter has attempted to identify and collect messages of online hate and found a considerable amount of hate speech directed against Muslim communities online. This chapter has shed light on helping us have a better understanding of Islamophobia on the internet. It should be noted that freedom of speech is a fundamental right that everyone should enjoy conflated those principles of free speech with religious and racial hatred of communities, simply because of the way they dress and what they practice.