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The American Muslim Teenager's Handbook is a guide to the basics of Islam, packed with information, quizzes, pictures, colorful art and humor. The book was a family effort, by a mother and her two children, to explore the realities of young Muslims' life in the west and to educate non-Muslims about Islam. Faiza Elmasry reports. She admits that they're facing a very different world today than she did as a child, 3 decades ago. That's what her son, Imran, discovered five years ago, when he was 11 and his classmates refused to play with him. I knew their comments didn't stem from hate, they stem from ignorance. I wished there was something out there that could do that.
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In Afghanistan women are not allowed to dance in public, but boys can be made to dance in women's clothing - and they are often sexually abused. It's after midnight. I'm at a wedding party in a remote village in northern Afghanistan. There is no sign of the bride or groom, or any women, only men. Some of them are armed, some of them are taking drugs.
Four school students are among 15 people who have been taken into custody in France following the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty, who showed controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. The other detainees include four family members of the killer, a father at the school and a known Islamist radical. Police carried out some 40 raids on the homes of suspected radicals on Monday and more raids are expected. Tens of thousands of people took part in rallies across the country on Sunday to honour Mr Paty and defend freedom of speech.