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There was a whopping 63% increase in 2022 in the size of Complaints submitted by the Islamic school children in United States, according to a report from the council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

In an interview with Anadolu Agency (AA), he said that head of This is it, said Corey Saylor of Research and Advocacy at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). first registered decline in Civil rights complaints by American Muslims since they began tracking such data in 1995.

“Which drop Give us Hope but hope for us Come in that environment in which we see as discrimination against Other communities are increasing and now we are starting to see triage of a rise in civil conflict again. “

Said Saylor American people I still don’t embrace muslims as part of Community adding that photography of Muslims in media After the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022 and the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan in 2021 guide highlights that.

he also He noted that complaints related to school accidents increased by 63%.

Bullying or Islamophobia material in Classroom teaching is incredibly troubling us. So while we’d be happy to see a government-type go downUnfortunately, the children It seems one of the main Objectives “.

He pointed to the video of Teacher in the state of Florida does not respect Muslim students during prayer.

“Catch onthis in My officeThe teacher said: “Do you do this magic?” in TikTok viral video in December 2022. Then she commented, “I think in Jesus, me too interrupting the floor. “

he also He emphasized that despite some negative examples, there were positive ones news for Muslims in Both education and sports.

Saylor mentioned that public Officials in the states of Ohio and Maryland have passed laws to protect their athletes who Wearing headscarves because of their religious beliefs. This law was passed after two athletes, Nour Abu Karam and Jinan Hayes, were disqualified from the competition sports competitions in The two countries for Wear hijab.

Focus on law enforcement on real Threats following the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021

Saylor said there was a 32% increase in complaints of Anti-Muslim actions by law enforcement and government officials through first year of former Administration of President Donald Trump.

He thought that decrease in These complaints in 2022 can be related to new a period of President Joe Biden and the Capitol riot Jan. 6.

Donald Trump said he will ban Muslims from entering this country and that he thinks Islam hates us. Therefore, when you have someone like that who He has control of the governmentYou’ll see a lot more governmentpaid cases.”

Law enforcement focused on real Threats after the Capitol riot, he said.

Saylor also pointing to out It is still there rising direction in Prejudice against Muslims in education and banking sectors, despite the proportion of 23% decrease in Total complaints, adding that financial Institutions open and close bank based on accounts on religious beliefs that made Major banking transactions challenge for Muslims.

He referred to a survey conducted by the institute for Social policy and understanding in March who revealed that 27% of Muslims in United State face difficulties with financial institutions.

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