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 India's government has banned a Muslim organization for five years, accusing it of funding terrorism, conducting armed training of its supporters, and radicalizing people for anti-Indian activities, AP reports.

The ban followed the arrests and detentions of nearly 200 members of the People's Front of India (PFI_ and raids on its offices this month.

Muslims make up more than 14% of India's nearly 1.4 billion people. Tensions between Muslims and Hindus are rising, which critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi attribute to his government's Hindu-nationalist agenda. 

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