Islamophobia

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Is·lam·o·pho·bi·a

(ĭs-lä′mə-fō′bē-ə)
n.
Fear, hatred, or mistrust of Muslims or of Islam.

Is·lam′o·phobe′ (ĭs-lä′mə-fōb′) n.
Is·lam′o·pho′bic (ĭs-lä′mə-fō′bĭk) n.

Islamophobia

(ˌɪzlɑːməˈfəʊbɪə)
n
1. (Psychology) hatred or fear of Muslims or of their politics or culture
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) hatred or fear of Muslims or of their politics or culture
ˌIslamoˈphobic adj
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Noun1.Islamophobia - prejudice against Muslims; "Muslim intellectuals are afraid of growing Islamophobia in the West"
bias, prejudice, preconception - a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation
Translations

Islamophobia

[ɪzˌlɑːməʊˈfəʊbɪə] Nislamofobia f

Islamophobia

[ˌɪzlɑːməˈfəʊbiə] nislamophobie f

islamophobia

nIslamophobie f
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Ironically, the sentiments of Islamphobia have been rising fast in western countries and it is now being used a political football by not only the politician affiliated with far right political parties but with the right of the center political parties as well.
The conference also announced to constitute an Islamic Idelogical Allaince to contain the mantra of Islamphobia at world level.
Opposition leader in the Senate Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, while addressing the seminar, advocated the need of strengthening the youth from ideological perspective to amicably tackle the issue of Islamphobia.
The Declaration condemned terrorist activities being carried out on account of Islamphobia.
The declaration condemned terrorist activities being carried out on account of Islamphobia.The sitting also demanded constitution of a judicial commission to probe the killing of Bhawalpur professor to avert such extremist incidents in the future.
The house called upon the international community to reject terrorism in all its forms and manifestations either in the garb of Islamphobia, white supremacy and any other form.
Thus, all these circumstances added to the rejuvenation of the dormant movements for the identity and interest of White race in the United States, and resulting in the rise of far-right groups spreading nativism, Islamphobia, and Xenophobia.
While the debate over the presence of religious intolerance in the country is valid, what is of more importance over here is that the US itself a country that has seen a rise in Islamphobia and xenophobia in the recent past and with a president who is openly Islamphobic has questioned other countries not just Pakistan for 'their religious intolerance'.
Denial of Islamphobia or the reluctance of Courts, tribunals, and commissions of inquiry to recognize the full reality of bias against Muslims extends beyond stereotypes.
Predictably, the other side of America, the millions more that oppose Trump and the politics of Islamphobia that have led to his election, were quick to celebrate the latest Barbie 'shero' and her hijab.
Islamphobia has been instrumental in diverting the recent elections in US, Brexit, France and in turning the rest of Europe against Muslims, isolating people who have been settled there for generations.
Islamphobia is an exaggerated fear, and negative sentiments, even hatred toward Islam and anyone who follows the religion.