Defining Islamophobia

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Jenkins, John
Policy Exchange
Date of publication
20 December 2018
Minority Groups, Families
Social welfare
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A new definition of Islamophobia proposed by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims would 'make life harder' for Muslims in the UK and reduce them to 'the status of perpetual victims', warns Trevor Phillips, former chair of the Runnymede Trust and newly appointed Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange.

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