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Are COVID-19 Restrictions Inflaming Religious Tensions?

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Are COVID-19 Restrictions Inflaming Religious Tensions?

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This article discusses how some countries in the Middle East view the religious restrictions such as the closure of Shia shrines in Iraq and Iran and the cancelation of the hajj to Mecca in Saudi Arabia as a form of violation of religious practices and repression of religious minorities. It is said that these restrictions will negatively impact how people view their government leaders.

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04/26/2020

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04/26/2020
11/07/2020
04/09/2021

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04/13/2020

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