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Life as an ordinary Muslim in the West

The deaths at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, began a year which saw other jihadist attacks in Kenya, Nigeria, California - and of course in Paris again - in which people of all faiths were affected. But with suspicions falling on Muslim communities after these kinds of atrocities, how have lives of ordinary Muslims changed around the world? Newshour's Razia Iqbal put that question to Kahina Rabahi, a graduate from Paris, the former US marine and business owner Mansoor Shams from Baltimore and London psychologist Masuma Rahim.

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9 minutes