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New Zealand attack: Media and politicians have 'big responsibility' to stop feeding hatred towards Muslims, says mosque leader

Independent Friday, 15 March 2019
'The spreading of this hatred... is a global problem,' says chairman of Finsbury Park Mosque in London
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