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UK Muslims reject notion of 'collective guilt' over Foley

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Massoud Shadjareh from the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission said to AA that as human beings we "don't expect Christians, nationalists or socialists to apologise for [Adolf] Hitler."

Read the full article published on the Journal of Turkish Weekly on 21 August 2014 (by Assed Baig; correspondent from Anadolu Agency)

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