03/31/2015 11:00 am ET

French Muslims Struggle To Feel Accepted By Their Country After Charlie Hebdo Attacks

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Almost two months on from the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo office and the Jewish supermarket in Paris, the "Je Suis Charlie" banners, stickers and graffiti are starting to fade from the streets and public squares.

The worst terrorists attacks on French soil for decades have left lasting scars and trauma for many people and brought to the surface difficult, simmering questions about what it means to be French and Muslim today.

France is home to Europe's largest Muslim population. There are an estimated five million Muslims in the country.

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