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Oct. 26, 2010

The Netherlands has seen a rise in Islamophobia, and the new Dutch government has made a pact with an outspoken anti-Islamic politician. Journalist Simon Kuper tells us why he thinks his country has become so fearful of Muslims. We hear the second of three reports from WBEZ's Natalie Moore about women's rights in Libya. Also, Nick Lowles tells us about the U.K. campaign Hope not hate, dedicated to informing voters about the platforms of extreme right wing political parties.