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Europe / Culture Clash / Switzerland #953741

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 29, 2009
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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Report introduced.

(London: Donna Friesen) The growing anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe against Islam as evidenced by the ban by Switzerland on minarets on Muslim mosques examined; scenes shown of marches in Switzerland; details given about how the right wing mobilized public opinion. ["Yes for a Ban of Minarets" committee president Walter WOBMANN†- {thru translator} outlines the worries.] [Mosque president Mustapha KARAHAN†- {thru translator} outlines the damages to the mosque.] [Muslim Council of Britain Inayat BUNGLAWALA†- worries about the anti-Islamic campaign.]

Quintanilla, Carl;
Friesen, Donna

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