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| February 4, 2016

Ten ways to build community between Muslims and non-Muslims

Photo: Flickr/Lue De Leeuw

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Anti-Muslim harassment and violence has increased in Canada since the attacks in Paris last Friday. Following that attack many Muslims have faced threats and violent acts. At the same time, many people are working to create stronger links of peace and understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims across the country. 

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