A woman holds a placard reading "enough of islamophobia" as protesters demonstrate against a bill dubbed as "anti-separatism", in Paris on February 14, 2021. French lawmakers a few weeks ago began debating a controversial bill against what the interior minister described as the "disease" of Islamist extremism eating away at the country's unity. President Emmanuel Macron has pushed for the legislation, which would tighten rules on issues ranging from religious-based education to polygamy, since a spate of attacks blamed on extremists late last year. / AFP / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT
The placard reads "enough of islamophobia" as protesters demonstrate against Emmanuel Macron's 'anti-separatism' bill. AFP

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