Muslims across America, Europe face renewed 9/11-style scorn amid ISIS' violent campaign
Muslims in America and Europe say discrimination against them has seemed more pronounced after the Islamic State terrorists beheaded American and British journalists and aid workers.
When Zainab Chaudry left a grocery store Wednesday in her native Baltimore, a man loitering outside followed the 32-year-old to her car.
"'Are you one of those people who are beheading people over there?'" she recalled him asking her. "He said, 'You need to go back to where you came from, because you're not welcome here.'"
Chaudry, who wears a traditional headscarf, is one of many Muslims and Muslim-Americans who face heightened backlash since the Islamic State tried to establish a caliphate in Iraq and Syria.
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