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Paris attacks: 'If you are Muslim they judge you'

Rights groups have warned that there could be a widespread abuse of civil liberties for French Muslims.

Emergency laws were declared following the Paris terrorist attacks nearly a month ago, which killed 130 people.

They give special powers to French authorities to carry out raids on houses without judicial oversight.

Some French Muslims have now started legal action to contest raids on their property.

BBC Asian Network's Divya Talwar reports from Paris.

  • 11 Dec 2015
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