In photographs: Saskatoon marches in opposition to anti-Muslim hate

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More than 100 of Muhammad Kashif’s neighbours gathered in a show of solidarity after he was assaulted last month.

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Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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Jul 14, 202134 minutes ago1 minute read Join the conversation Muhammad Kashif (centre) joins members of the Eastview community in James Anderson Park for an anti-hate march. The march was organized after an alleged attack on Kashif in the back alley behind his Eastview home on June 25, 2021. Photo taken in Saskatoon on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Muhammad Kashif (centre) joins members of the Eastview community in James Anderson Park for an anti-hate march. The march was organized after an alleged attack on Kashif in the back alley behind his Eastview home on June 25, 2021. Photo taken in Saskatoon on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Photo by Matt Smith /Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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