British Muslims oppose cartoons reprisal attacks, BBC poll finds
A BBC poll suggests that an overwhelming majority of British Muslims oppose the use of violence against people publishing images of the Prophet Muhammad.
A thousand people of Muslim faith were surveyed in the weeks that followed the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
The poll also found that 1 in 4 Muslims have some sympathy with the motives behind those shootings.
However - nearly half said they felt the UK was becoming less tolerant of Muslims, and prejudice against Islam was making it more difficult for them.
Sima Kotecha reports.
25 Feb 2015