Women 'targets of Muslim hate crime'
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Women 'targets of Muslim hate crime'

A report into Islamophobia in the UK has found that Muslim hate crime is most likely to be carried out by teenagers and that women are more likely to be attacked than men.

The report by the monitoring group Tell Mama was worked on by the late MP Jo Cox.

Special correspondent Ed Thomas reports.

  • 28 Jun 2016
  • From the section UK
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