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Bengaluru: She Was Denied a House, Why? She Is A Muslim You know…

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A woman looking for rental properties in Bengaluru was turned down after the owner became acquainted with her religious identity. The woman, Haifa, took to Twitter to express her concerns and shared a fragment of her conversation with the authorities.

Haifa was met with mixed reactions on the social media platform as many defended the owners and argued that it is in the authority’s power to choose who their tenant would be. On the other hand, some people asked Haifa to file a police complaint as the incident accounts for discrimination on religious grounds.

While twitter wars may not determine the basis of such a disparity, there have been several allegations of religious discrimination in context to house-hunting in the last few years. The comment section to Haifa’s tweet reveals many individuals who faced a similar discrepancy in different cities.

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