After Charlie Hebdo attack in France, backlash against Muslims feared

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With tension building, Muslim leaders advised veiled women to avoid going out alone and urged members to join in national minute of silence.

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Gun and grenade attacks outside at least two French mosques heightened fear Thursday of an anti-Muslim backlash after a military-style assault on a newspaper that satirizes Islam, reports the Los Angeles Times.