Associated Press - July 5, 2007 12:23 PM ET
Police in Scotland say there have been 38 racially-motivated incidents in the Glasgow area since an attack at the city's airport.
Police say the incidents have included beatings and an attack on a white youth by three South Asian youths who believed he was involved in a previous racially-motivated attack.
A South Asian-owned shop was also set on fire in Glasgow.
A Muslim community leader has appealed for calm, and says community relations remain strong.
He added that the people who drove a Jeep into barriers outside a terminal in Glasgow, the day after two car bombs failed to explode in London, "were not from Scotland."