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Muslims Ill at Ease in France in Wake of Hoax
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Muslims Ill at Ease in France in Wake of Hoax

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Muslims Ill at Ease in France in Wake of Hoax

Muslims Ill at Ease in France in Wake of Hoax
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When a woman in France claimed she and her baby had been the victims of an anti-Semitic attack by a group of "Arab and African-looking" young men, it created national outrage. That attack turned out to be a hoax, but the number of anti-Semitic incidents in France is on the increase. Many Muslims are reportedly worried their entire community is being tarnished by the actions of a few. Eleanor Beardsley reports.

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