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Muslims Fear Backlash After Paris Shooting
by Selah Hennessy
Muslims in Europe are already feeling the backlash from the Paris attack.
The United Nations Human Rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al-Hussein said Friday a "moment of calm" is needed after the Charlie Hebdo newspaper shootings in French capital this week.
At a ceremony in Geneva on Friday, Al-Hussein said Islam was not responsible for the shooting of 12 people.
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