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The 7/7 Backlash: How and Why YOu Must Report Hate Crimes

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Interview with IHRC\'s Fahad Ansari and Beena Faridi regarding hate crimes and how to deal with it.

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Islamic Human Rights Commission
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1st June 2006

The 7/7 Backlash: How and Why YOu Must Report Hate Crimes

Interview with IHRC\'s Fahad Ansari and Beena Faridi.

Originally recorded in Ramadan 1426 (2005), this interview with IHRC\'s Fahad Ansari and Beena Faridi provides insight into the anti-Muslim backlash after 7/7 and the police response.

It covers how to identify and report hate crimes, and gives compelling reasons why we must do so, even when confidence with the police is at an all time low.

Please click on the link below to listen to the interview (this is a large file).

http://www.ihrc.org.uk/file/77backlash05.mp3

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