The National Union of Students (NUS) has joined Muslims in criticizing a report on 'Islam on Campus', while a new Channel Four television documentary on the Holy Qu'ran has been widely accused of being 'misleading and defamatory'.

NUS president Wes Streeting said the Islam on Campus report by the Center for Social Cohesion was a 'reflection of the biases and prejudices of a right wing think tank -- not the views of Muslim students across Britain'.

"Only 632 Muslim students were asked vague and misleading questions, and their answers were then wilfully misinterpreted in order to fit this organisation's own tawdry obsession with Islam," Streeting said.

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