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British Jewry's leading communal security expert has explained why he felt obliged to help a Muslim group tackle Islamophobia.

Richard Benson, who retired as chief executive of the Community Security Trust last year after 12 years at the helm, was appointed co-chair of the Tell Mama group this week.

Tell Mama — the Mama stands for "measuring anti-Muslim attacks" — was set up to help British Muslims report discrimination and monitor incidents in a similar way to the CST's recording of antisemitism. CST has worked closely with the group.


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