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Trust backs Baroness Warsi on bigotry

    The Coexistence Trust has backed Tory peeress Sayeeda Warsi's comments on Islamophobia and antisemitism.

    Baroness Warsi, chairman of the Conservative Party, told the New Statesman that anti-Islamic sentiment was the "last acceptable form of bigotry in Britain today," comparable to the portrayal of Jews a century ago.

    Rokhsana Fiaz, director of the Coexistence Trust, which works with Jewish and Muslim students, said: "Baroness Warsi is absolutely right…both Islamophobia and antisemitism are scourges on our society and an affront to every decent-minded citizen.

    "We are doing all we can to tackle the problem on campuses, but clearly there is much more that can be done."

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