Muslims are believed to be specifically and\u00a0excessively targeted during\u00a0airport security checks in Scotland \u00a0 Muslims are believed to be specifically and\u00a0excessively targeted during\u00a0airport security checks in Scotland, according to a\u00a0Durham University's research study. Research carried out in Edinburgh focused on Muslim\u00a0immigrants and Scottish-born Muslims\u00a0who felt Scotland was a "tolerant, friendly and inclusive place", but were concerned about being treated as a "suspect community" in airports. The study, titled "Visible Muslimness in Scotland: Between Discrimination and Integration", also incorporated a survey of other studies focused on Glasgow and the rest of Scotland. It suggests that the disproportionate targeting of Asian and Muslim travelers is undermining the integration of Muslim immigrants into Scottish society. Durham University's Dr. Stefano Bonino argues that power provided under the Terrorism Act 2000 is used to justify targeting people of Muslim appearance.