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British Muslim rights groups and ordinary faithful said they felt singled out by a tough new anti-terror law unveiled on Wednesday, labelling the planned legislation divisive and rushed.

While there is agreement on the need to prevent would-be British jihadists from joining the ranks of the Islamic State group, there is also unease over the government's hardline strategy.

"For us to live in the same community and work together, we have to fight together. I think these laws will separate us," said Fatima Ali, 46, a nurse.


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