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Choice and prejudice - a summary: discrimination against muslims in europe

by Amnesty International

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Muslims across Europe belong to many different ethnic groups and follow diverse cultural, religious or traditional practices. They are discriminated against for different reasons, including their religion or belief, ethnicity and gender. This is the summary of a report which highlights discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief and illustrates some of its consequences.
  AIUK_ResourceCentre | Aug 29, 2012 |
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