faith hate

faith hate

n
(Sociology)
a. prejudice against a particular group on religious grounds
b. (as modifier): a faith-hate crime.
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The community's BME Network co-ordinator Idrees Rashid said: "Following last year's session we believe we have made good progress in addressing race and faith hate crimes and anti-social behaviour.
THE wife of a vicar beaten up by youths in a suspected faith hate crime spoke yesterday of the distress caused by the attack.
Researchers conducted in depth interviews with 107 victims of racist, faith hate and homophobic crime.
It is being treated as arson and investigated as a faith hate crime.
In the immediate three-day aftermath of the attacks there were 68 faith hate crimes in the capital.
In the immediate aftermath of the attacks there were 68 faith hate crimes in the capital.
In the two weeks following the July 7 attacks the Metropolitan police has recorded 800 race and faith hate crimes - a significant increase on last year's figures.
A senior police officer, who is working to ease community tension in the wake of the atrocity, said 'palpable fear' had been created by the faith hate attacks, predominantly on Muslims.
Kirklees police's Hate Crime co-ordinators already run regular scrutiny panels on the handling of disability and race, religion and faith hate crimes and have been keen to develop a similar initiative for homophobic hate crimes.
Working together, we can reduce race and faith hate crimes.
They also send crime prevention officers to religious buildings and work closely with them through neighbourhood policing, investigating all incidents reported as faith hate thoroughly.
We remember that faith hates violence and tries to reduce it, and exerts a fundamental presumption against war, instead of justifying it in God's name.
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