Inside Story asks if Muslim can countries can unite
to eradicate Islamaphobia
Following the re-publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad and plans in Holland to air a film critical of the Quran - Islamophobia is back in the spotlight.

Muslim leaders, meeting at last week's OIC summit, have put together a plan to counter the phenomenon.
 
Accused of being nothing more than a talking shop, many question whether the body of over 50 Muslim states can actually do this.

Inside Story investigates how serious the problem of Islamophobia is, and whether Muslim countries can work together to eradicate it.
 

This episode of Inside Story aired on Monday, March 17, 2008 at 17:30 GMT
 

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