South Africa: Fears for Muslims following mosque attack

Thursday's attack in Malmesbury comes after an attack on a mosque in Durban roughly one month earlier.

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    An attack on a mosque has raised fears among Muslims in South Africa.

    Two men were killed in the stabbings in the town of Malmesbury and, although the murders appear to be unrelated to last month's killings, friends and family said they want answers and to know why the attack happened.

    Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports.


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