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A 28-year-old man killed a 56-year-old man and injured three others.
The police discovered a hit list of 88 people that included "two prominent members of the Bundestag and representatives of Turkish and Islamic groups".2004 Cologne bombing: 22 people were wounded when a pipe bomb detonated in a business area popular with Turkish immigrants in Cologne.Instead, authorities state the perpetrator was haunted by delusions of a world overrun by Islam.A Muslim cemetery was desecrated with about ten gravestones smashed, spurring a spontaneous demonstration by around 30 members of the Turkish minority living in the city.The French Collective against Islamophobia reported "an explosion" in the number of physical attacks on women wearing the niqab.Kenza Drider, a protester against the law, said: "I'm insulted about three to four times a day.President Nicolas Sarkozy condemned the attack as a "hateful act" and the "most inadmissible kind of racism"Solingen arson attack of 1993: The Solingen arson attack of 1993 was one of the most severe instances of xenophobic violence in modern Germany.
On the night of 28 to , four young German men (ages 16–23) belonging to the far right skinhead scene, with neo-Nazi ties, set fire to the house of a large Turkish family in Solingen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Islamophobia is the fear, hatred of, or prejudice against the Islamic religion or Muslims generally, Speakers at Reclaim Australia rallies have been known to express extremist views, with one speaker in South Australia warning of the risks of "Islamic barbarity" and encouraging those in attendance to "insult and vilify Islam five times a day if you want to"A Perth man was found guilty of assaulting a Muslim woman after a confrontation at a shopping centre in which he wished her a merry Christmas, called her a "fucking Muslim" and threw a beer bottle at her.
The cartoonist also auctioned a work depicting a man having sex with a niqab-clad person, who apparently is his wife's grandmother, mistaking her for his niqab-clad wife.
On 22 April 1992, Serbs blew up the Aladža Mosque and eight more mosques dating from the 16th and 17th centuries were damaged or completely destroyed.
Anti-Muslim graffiti was smeared on the walls of the building of the Chief Mufti's Office.
When they went out in the street they were identified, singled out, they were vilified.