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People who identify as Muslim are often perceived in racial terms, like black and brown people, in white-dominated societies (Photo: Helena Malikova)

The curious case of the racial Muslim

Legal scholar Sahar Aziz says people who identify as Muslim are often perceived in racial terms, like black and brown people, in white-dominated societies.

That makes Muslims on both sides of the Atlantic the subject of similar forms of racism.

She also says protecting observant Muslims in Europe may be more difficult than in the Unite...

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EU Scream is the progressive politics podcast from Brussels. Produced by James Kanter with graphics by Helena Malikova and music by Lara Natale.

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People who identify as Muslim are often perceived in racial terms, like black and brown people, in white-dominated societies (Photo: Helena Malikova)

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EU Scream is the progressive politics podcast from Brussels. Produced by James Kanter with graphics by Helena Malikova and music by Lara Natale.

You may also follow via @euscreams subscribe via iTunes, Spotify or from the EU Scream website.

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