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There has been a 20% increase in rejections of Syrian asylum requests in Great Britain and 3,771 refugees have died trying to get to Europe in the last year.
Between March 2015 and 2016, 1,124 attacks towards Muslims were recorded in London, a 51% increase over the previous year. This community represents 5.4% of the British population
Daesh. This terrorist organisation is nothing more than a despicable extremist group. But Western mass media and political leaders have given them legitimacy
There is a hostile environment towards Muslims. Several laws limit or restrict their growth within British society. They are not treated equally.
90% of the Muslim community live in the 10% of the United Kingdom which has the most deprived areas and their employment rate is lower than that of the white population.
Islamophobia is on the rise throughout Europe. Attacks on mosques and personal harassment of individuals on the street are increasing.
Discriminatory attacks in public places, media who foment Islamophobia, and a government that focuses its strategy against radicalisation by encouraging spying on a whole community.
Islamophobia – that is the ideology according to which the biggest threat to Western society comes from Islam – affects all of us in one way or another, even in our daily life.
How can you live in a “manipulated” society that suspects and blames a whole community? Meanwhile, hassling in the Street and persecution by the Government towards women
Could it be that those who use the term, are really the ones who have the ‘phobia’, a phobia about not being able to handle the arguments of their opponents?
Pointed at and stereotyped, at the same time as being accused of not integrating in British society. This is the climate of hostility that has been created towards this community, which is provoking hate-crimes and strengthening fascist groups.
Islamophobia is a growing problem in the United Kingdom, but some Muslims feel support from the British Government, and are not afraid to go out and don’t feel discriminated against.