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according to new Report complaints filed after anti-Muslim incidents in The United States tripled over the past few decades.

“to first time, a decline in a total number of special cases 23% declinehas been seen in Council on American Islamic Relations new Civil Rights Report, Council Research and Advocacy Coordinator on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Ammar Ansari, told Anadolu Agency (AA).

“But while we feel this is encouraging, we are need for reservation in Keep in mind that if we look at the data from 1995 to today, it’s still three times more From the years after the September 11th attacks – Nr of We receive complaints.

Ansari said that according to the FBI hate crime Annually published reports of ‘hate crimes’ in United State against The number of Muslims increased immediately after 9/11 and it is still an upward trend in this country.”

Islamophobia is institutionalized, institutionalized, and guaranteed in He said that the United States. “some of These examples in The ones we see Islamophobia being institutionalized are the Patriot Act shortly after 9/11, countering violent extremism program by the Obama administration that targeted Muslims almost exclusively false Perceptions of Islamophobia, as well as the Trump administration’s ban on Muslims”.

Anti-Muslim politicians and activists use Islamophobia and think tanks and media to advance the agenda. And the classic example we see is that Trump will say things like Islam hates us in early days of his presidency campaign in 2015 as file strategy To divide the country and win presidency.”

Ansari Muslims said in The United States is often classified as Arab or South Asian.

So, experiments of A Muslim from South Asia in America when compared to experiences of a black Muslim, for For example, while both can face Similar distinction based on Religion we should also Recognizing that their racial identities can expose them to different forms of Systematic and personal discrimination in The United States, such as anti-black racism.”

“But as a result of This racial discrimination is such that even non-Muslim communities are targeted by Islamophobia. So first killed a person in The hatred crime After 9/11, an American Punjabi Sikh man, Balbir Singh Sodhi, in Arizona who The shooter described him as a man of Arab appearance.” added.

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