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15.10.15

Comment: Anti-Muslim hate affects us all | Left Foot Forward: In one of the case studies in the report, a Muslim employee was locked into a room for hours when he went to pray and even when he called his colleagues, they failed to come to his aid. The resulting shock meant that he broke down at work and was unable to cope with the pressure of having to keep his composure as though nothing had happened to him. These emotional and psychological pressures can have a huge impact on an employee’s performance.

The report also underscores the fact that there are key trigger events which spike anti-Muslim hatred. The range of national and international events in the last 18 months alone has meant that there is a greater degree of volatility in the spikes and troughs when anti-Muslim hate incidents and crimes are mapped out.


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