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One of Hungary's main Muslim organisations decried Monday what it said were "xenophobic" steps taken by an ultra-nationalist town mayor to preserve traditional Christian values and prevent immigration.Toroczkai gained prominence in 2015 when he filmed an action movie-style video at a fence on the Serbian border warning migrants not to enter Hungary.MIK, set up in 1990, is the oldest group representing Hungary's Muslim community, and is estimated to have 40,000 members.The group added that Muslims were subject to increasing verbal and physical attacks in the run-up to a government-led referendum last month which rejected the EU's troubled migrant quota plan.
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