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Thousands march in Paris against Islamophobia

HOUSEWIFE, KHADIJA ABBOU, SAID: “We’re here because we’ve had enough of being stigmatised in the media, of being spoken about all day long, 24 hours a day… That’s simply why we are here. We want to be left alone and live in peace like everyone else, like all French citizens.”

HEAD OF AN INSULATION AND ECO-ENERGY FIRM, HAYDAR DELOKAYA, SAID: “And I, the Muslim, who has been working for years, who pays his taxes, I do not feel protected by my president, I do not feel protected by my prime minister and the law of 1905, which is the law of secularism (separation of Church and State), which should protect me. Well, we want to call it into question. So yes, this is serious.”

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