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East End split over Islamophobia threat’ says poll

PUBLISHED: 16:00 26 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:45 05 October 2010

THE East End of London appears to be split on whether Islamophobia is a threat to the community. An East London Advertiser online poll showed 30.8 per cent say no, 36.5 per cent yes

THE East End of London appears to be split on whether Islamophobia is a threat to the community.

An East London Advertiser online poll over the past seven days showed 30.8 per cent believing there was no danger, while 32 per cent said yes’ if extremists took over in the Muslim community and 36.5 per cent fearing there was a real danger. The poll has now closed.

Our Home Page poll this week is about soccer violence and whether you fear it is making a comeback on the streets of East London.


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