Attacks by extremist groups around the world arouse anti-Islam wave in the streets of the country; read the stories of the victims The recent massacre at the headquarters of the newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, turned to worse, the life of Muslim Brazilian. Religious of SÃ£o Paulo, Minas Gerais and Mato Grosso suffered violence at different levels - were stoned, spat, ignored in public transport and targets of malicious jokes on the streets - in the days following the attack in a wave of Islamophobia that opposes the image Brazilian multi-religious and peaceful country. One day after the invasion of Paris newspaper, attacks gained strength similar to thousands of shares 'Je suis Charlie' in social networks. The Mosque Brazil, the largest temple of religion in the country, the sun rose tarred in SÃ£o Paulo. Hours later, in Minas Gerais, APB, 27, was tossed by a person while playing with his son six years at the club of his city. 'Murder! Nobody wants you here, 'shouted the aggressor. As in other daily attacks, A. lowered his head and heard the silent curses. Reproduction/Facebook Sarah released its report on Facebook to 'take care of the way' other sisters. 'We help' Halimah Farah, 26, joined to Islam a year ago, but has collected religious intolerance of experience in CuiabÃ¡, Mato Grosso. Stoned in April last year, at the time of the kidnapping of 276 students in Nigeria, carried out by the extremist group Boko Haram, the seller went on alert after the massacre in Paris. An ordinary trip to the school to check the eldest son became a nightmare. Halimah and small Marcelo and Gabriel, then 8 and 6, became targets of ignorance. 'Just lowered my head, protected my children and ran. This time were stones, tomorrow can be shot or run over, 'she said, noting that Marcelo came to be hit in the waist. The episode marked the family to the point of giving up selling to walk 400 meters with her son to school again. The solution was to hire the van service to avoid 'all trial and provocation' on the streets. Personal Archive Dirty looks, jokes and 'NamastÃª'A., And Sarah Hamilah have different addresses, but in common carry the belief in Prophet Muhammad (Muhammad) and attract the attention on the streets by hijabs and abayas robes, veils and robes that cover the body which is always kept to their husbands, as Allah [God in Arabic] guided the holy Quran book. 'The beauty of Muslim women is their faith, not the external characteristics', ponders Halimah. Walk the streets and deal with dirty looks already part of Muslim everyday, and often is no longer perceived. They only bother when they come accompanied by noises and cries Insha'Allah (Allah willing), made famous in the novel 'The Clone', produced by TV Globo in 2001.Desafio iG: the cartoonists 'Charlie Hebdo' abused freedom expression? The trio believes that the heavy criticism of Islam are reflections of misinformation of the population. 'Many do not know that Brazilians can adhere to Islam. Many think that only Arabs are Muslims, 'said A., converted ten years ago and is still studying religion to become a better disseminator of Islam. She reported that he was mistaken many times as foreign by wearing the veil. 'I always get Namaste [greeting used by Buddhist] or am met with an extremely slow Portuguese. Notice that I am Brazilian and are shocked. Has even Sarah said that curiosity in the street does not bother and even like it when strangers politely ask about his clothes. After all, according to all respondents, the question may be an opening for the true Islam teaching. 'Islam is a monotheistic religion. We love Jesus Christ and look forward to your return. Mary, the mother of Jesus, is one of the five most important women in paradise. Who says that Islam is terrorism should live with us, 'suggested Sarah, revealing that basics of Christianity are respected by followers of Mohammed. According to her, giving acting classes at a school for young garden Ibirapuera, SÃ£o Paulo periphery, if your religion just preach terrorism, the world would be taken by chaos and war. 'We are 1 billion worldwide. Islam is peace, tranquility and happiness, 'he said with cheerful tone in his voice. The teacher also criticized the radicalism in the Middle East because it blurs the community. He added: 'What they do is forbidden and becomes a haraam [sin].' Prejudice in and out of casaEscolher Islam as new religion was an affront to the three Catholic families. Both Halimah as A. knew the teachings of the prophet still very young, with 12 and 17 respectively by school friends. Sarah already left school to become a nun for four years for not having answers about the Qur'an of leadership in the church. The three met strong resistance and prejudice indoors. A., for example, began to wear the veil and was almost banned by the mother to provide the second stage of entrance exams. The timing was not appropriate, she acknowledged. The September 11 attack had just completed a year. 'It was the most difficult time to be a Muslim.' Gradually, the three won the respect of the relatives and cut the relationship with others that still discriminate. 'The Sheikh taught me to deal with rejection from my family. When she complained about the veil or the prayers, I hugged her. Never countered. Allah does not love aggressors. I showed my family as Islam really is. The nearest learned today and respect, 'celebrated A. When The submitted and hugs do not dismiss the criticism, the solution is to move away. 'I even laughed at first when they said I was crazy and had turned terrorist. But I got tired of hearing it. The Muslim faces the worst in and out of home ', vented Halimah.