A photo showing a Muslim woman appearing to be unmoved by a bleeding victim of the March 22 London terror attack went viral.
In the photo, the Muslim woman is seen walking past a group of people tending to a bleeding victim after the horrific attack in London, appearing to look down at her phone and pay no mind to the person on the ground next to her.
Many readers expressed outrage over the photo, believing that the image shows that the woman looking at her phone has no regard for the victim's life.
"She has shown no heart for the people whom have extended theirs to her. They see our caring hearts as weak and thats what they play on our sympathy," one Mad World News reader commented on the site's Facebook page.
"They do not care about anyone except there own, a lot of times they don't care about them. They are weird people to even want to understand, I choose not to," another added.
Other readers, however, pointed out that the expression on the woman's face appeared to be one of distress, and that she was seemingly shielding her eyes or holding her face in shock. Another picture from nearly the same moment shows the same woman looking up from her phone with a look of concern on her face.
"I'm sickened by the terror attack yesterday, in London, and all the previous attacks," one reader wrote. "However, she looks to be in distress. The hand on the side of the face and her eyes are not gleaming. She appears, to me, to be in shock. When I deal with shock I react almost the same."
"Who knows what she is doing or thinking. Unfortunately the idiots that runs this fake news page will make every Muslim out to be an enemy and the poorly educated sheep here eat it up. Trump made America stupid," another wrote.
"First, you don't know what she was doing, or why she was doing it, second f*** is wrong with you Muslims raised over 3000 pounds less than the time it took you to post this hateful meme, to help the victims there are 8.6 million people in London and this is 1 a**hole with a car and knife," another added.
USA Today reported that one of the three people killed was a Utah resident who was on vacation with his wife for their 25th anniversary. The other two casualties were a woman in her 40s and a police officer.
British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke out after the incident, condemning it as a "sick and depraved terrorist attack."
"A terrorist came to the place where people of all nationalities and cultures gather to celebrate what it means to be free. And he took out his rage indiscriminately against innocent men, women and children," she said.
"This was an attack on free people everywhere -- and on behalf of the British people, I would like to thank our friends and allies around the world who have made it clear that they stand with us at this time."