Narzanin Massoumi

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A sign says “Racism Kills” during a march in Hanau, Germany, after a gunman killed nine people there on Feb. 19. Credit Odd Andersen/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

We live in a time of Islamophobia.

In February, two violent attacks on Muslims in Europe, one in Hanau in Germany, the other in London, took place within 24 hours of each other. Though the circumstances were different — the attacker in Hanau left a “manifesto” full of far-right conspiracy theories, while the motivations of the London attacker were less certain — the target was the same: Muslims.

The two events add to a growing list of violent attacks on Muslims across Europe. In 2018 alone, France saw an increase of 52 percent of Islamophobic incidents; in Austria there was a rise of approximately 74 percent, with 540 cases.…  Seguir leyendo »