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Anti-Muslim sentiment far higher than anti-Jewish prejudice, report shows
Christian youngsters and those with no religion are much more negative about Muslims than Muslim youngsters are about Jews, according to a report by the Verwey Jonker Institute, published on Tuesday.
A leaked version of the report was published by the Telegraaf on Monday which showed 12% of Muslim youths are 'not very positive' about Jews and 62% are 'not very positive about Israel'.
However, the full report, which is based on the opinions of youngsters aged 15 to 23, also shows that 34% of Christians and 27% of people with no religion are 'not very positive' about Muslims – a far higher percentage.
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