Eight ways that Islamophobia operates in everyday life


Immigration and national identity currently are at the forefront of the public conscience. In France, the burkini ban and in the UK proposals for migration controls following the Brexit vote are dividing communities. The growing tensions mean that many ethnic and religious minority communities are increasingly experiencing racism in their everyday lives.

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The Heat: Examining Islamophobia


Recent killings in the United States are examples of what some see as growing intolerance against Arabs and Muslims.
Lebanese-American Khalid Jabara was shot on his porch by a neighbor on August 13 and just a day later Imam Maulama Akonjee and his associate Thara Uddin were killed walking home from prayers at a mosque in New York City.

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