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Parallel Lives

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Community leaders in Lancashire share their views on Muslims and non-Muslims living "parallel lives".

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Anjum Anwar

Anjum Anwar - the Education officer for the Lancashire Council of Mosques - recalls the day after September 11 when shopkeeper in her local store suddenly refused to serve her after 35 years of living in Blackburn....

video Anjum Anwar on being treated differently post 9/11 >
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David Foster

The leader of the Liberal Democrats in Blackburn with Darwen - David Foster - says it's all about providing people from different communities with choice and opportunities...

video David Foster: it's about choice and opportunities >
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Andrew Holden

Dr Andrew Holden - the author of a study which examined the view of white and Asian youths in East Lancashire - says these parallel communities have their origins in the area's textile industry...

video Dr Andrew Holden on parallel communities >
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Abdul Kureshi

Abdul Kureshi - the Chairman of Lancashire Council of Mosques - says he's uncomfortable with the term parallel lives...

video Abdul Kureshi: uncomfortable with 'parallel lives' >
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last updated: 24/11/06
 
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Chris Lambert
If people from anywere in the world are coming to the uk to live they should respect are ways of living. Jack straw is right about the vail i 110% agree with him good on you Mr Straw you have said what everyone has been thinking for a long time

J Heys
Then chairman of the Lancashire mosques dresses as an Englishman why do most moslem women feel they must dress differently , surely religeon is down to beliefs and attitudes not clothes

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