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Xenophobia is the fear or dislike of strangers or unknown things. Xenophobia can also mean the fear of trying new things. It is the fear of foreign things or people. It may increase because of immigration. But the Vienna Declaration by United Nations prohibits such fear or dislike for human rights and toleration. Sometimes xenophobia overlaps with other types of phobias such as Islamophobia.[1]

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  1. Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy - Page 5, Gabriel Greenberg - 2008