Deborah Gouffran | Anti-Muslim Resentment grows in France
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Anti-Muslim Resentment grows in France

Tensions grows between Christians and Muslims in France

 

The deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo puts a spotlight on the growing tensions between France’s Muslim and immigrant communities and a large portion of French society, which is traditionally Catholic.

 

The NewsHour’s Megan Thompson recently visited Marseille, one of the country’s most diverse cities, to report on the root of the conflict and the rise of anti-Muslim sentiment in France.

 

See the original post and full transcript on PBS NewsHour.

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France, French Muslims, islamophobia, Marseille, Megan Thompson, NewsHour, PBS, religious tensions, Stephane Ravier