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1 Presented by: Amber Adams and Katie Butler

2  Fear or hatred against Islam or Muslims.  Also refers to the exclusion of Muslims in social, economic, and public life.  The perception that Islam has no values in common with other cultures.  The thought that Islam is a violent political ideology and not a religion.

3  European Newspapers have published islamophobic cartoons. One depicted Mohammed as a killer. European television broadcasting inaccurate information about Muslims. Mostly Fundamentalist Information.  Newspapers and News Stations have broadcasted Muslims as being a violent group of people.

4  There was still violence in Islam before 911. Violence found in incidences like the first Arab-Israeli War, and the Barbary Wars.  However, Islam was not the headline of hate it is today.

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6  After 911, fundamentalist Islam was put under the spotlight. It was there where most people learned of the fundamentalist culture, before the moderate one.  This brought upon racial hate, ignorance, and fueled the fire for aggression.  Unfortunately this is the incident Muslims can not seem to escape, and the start of a mass prejudice against their people.

7  A rise in the number of hate crimes against Muslims in London is being encouraged by mainstream politicians and sections of the media, a study written by a former Scotland Yard counter-terrorism officer.  Graffiti on mosques.  Anti-mosque protests and riots.  A mosque was set on fire in Sweden.

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9  Islamic banks in seven countries.  Sharia Law Courts in England.  Halal Meat sold in restaurants and stores.  The hijab is outlawed in France.  The headscarves are banned due to secularism.

10  Sweden doesn’t outlaw the hijab because it sees this as freedom of religion.  There are many mosques in Europe but there have been protests against them. Minarets in Switzerland

11  In 2007, there were 16 million Muslims living in Europe excluding Turkey. This is 3.2% of the population.  Including Turkey, there were 53 million Muslims. This in 7.2% of the population.  Because of these still growing numbers, people want the Muslims to conform to the European way of life and abandon many Muslim customs.

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