According to BBC, US President, Donald Trump, has been questioning of fuelling hate crime with a tweet linking a rise in the UK crime rate to "radical Islamic terror".
He laments: "Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid the spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep America safe!"
The Labour MP, Yvette Cooper, chair of the Commons Home Affairs Committee reiterate to his tweet, said the statement was "inflammatory and ignorant".
Trump Tweet has angered much Muslim living in the UK and many have to reply Mr.trump with a harsh tweet back.
Yvette Cooper said in a statement: "Hate crime in the UK has gone up by almost 30% and rubbish like this tweet from Donald Trump is designed to provoke even more of it.
"It is appalling that we have reached the point where inflammatory and ignorant statements from the President of the United States are now seen as normal.
"If we are to properly tackle hate crime and every other crime, we have to challenge this kind of nonsense."
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas called on Theresa May to "publicly condemn" Donald Trump for "outright fearmongering".
She added: "Donald Trump's reactionary tweet isn't just inaccurate, it's also inflammatory.
"It's about time that the British government take a stand against Trump's bigotry, and make a clear public statement saying that his damaging remarks are unwelcome."
Crime in England and Wales went up by 13% in the 12 months to June, fuelled by a 26% increase in knife Crime and a 19% increase in sexual offenses, according to the latest figures, published on Thursday.