A group of Turkish lawmakers will travel to the heart of Europe to investigate rising Islamophobia on the continent.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency on Thursday, Omer Serdar, the head of parliament's Human Rights Committee, said that they will hold meetings with state authorities during their visits to Germany, France and Belgium.
Serdar, a senior lawmaker from the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party, said that they will discuss the issue of marginalization.
"We will investigate whether authorities take measures against the hostility of Islamophobic discrimination in Muslims' daily lives," said Serdar.
Serdar said after their investigation they will prepare a report.