After Attacks On Paris, French Muslims Fight Misconceptions
Twice in one year, France's Muslim students have defended their religion after terrorist attacks in Paris.By Elizabeth Hagedorn, Zach Toombs | November 17, 2015
"Research abounds and shows that these individuals are criminals, dangerous persons and that religion has nothing to do with that," Dounia Ben-allal told us in Paris.
She's part of a group of students working to knock down misconceptions about Islam with this video.
Twice in one year, Islamic radicals attacked Paris. After Charlie Hebdo, anti-Muslim incidents were up 281 percent.