The Many Faces Of Islam


KEEP IN TOUCH Swedish convert Anne Sofie Roald says that Muslims' temptation to segregate themselves is "destructive"

In Glasgow, a Turkish Kurd refugee is seeking compensation from the Home Office, claiming a decision to force him to stay in the city — where he and his family have been the victims of racist attacks — breaches his human rights. In Paris, a young Algerian woman is suing her employer for unlawful dismissal after she was fired for refusing to adjust her headscarf. Europe is home to some 12.5 million Muslims who suffer high unemployment — and, since Sept. 11 — growing mistrust from non-Muslims. One sign of the tension came when the French government tried to create a...

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