Travel concerns of Muslim community


Some members of the Muslim community in the west of Scotland say they face so many problems at Glasgow Airport that they have given up taking domestic flights and instead drive or take the train south.

Others, who have to travel internationally, say they choose to fly from Manchester or London rather than face what they describe as "harassment" from Strathclyde officers.

The concerns were put to the police at a public meeting, with an audience of about 60 people, in Glasgow.

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