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Muslims in Europe: from the margin to the centre

Muslims in Europe: from the margin to the centre

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Published by Lit Verlag in M unster .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Comparative Religion,
  • OUR Brockhaus selection

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReligionswissenschaft -- 1
    ContributionsHrsg.: Malik, Jamal
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22596240M
    ISBN 103825876381


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1)Format: Paperback. The social construction of Muslim diaspora in Europe --Diversity and unity of Islam in Europe: some reflections / Jacques Waardenburg --Processes of institutionalisation of Islam in England and Wales, ss / Humayun Ansari --Muslim youth in Britain: cultural and religious conflict in perspective / Ataullah Siddiqui --Muslim lay.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Politics and Islam in Western Europe: An Introduction / Wasif Shadid and Sjoerd van Koningsveld --Islam and the Construction of Europe / Roger Ballard --Muslims in France / Catherine Wihtol de Wenden --Religious Traditions in the Public Sphere: Habermans, MacIntyre and the.

The anti-Muslim narratives that now dominate political discourse were essentially imported from Western European far-right discourse in which Islam is framed in the context of a cultural war. He edited Perspectives of Mutual Encounters in South Asian History ; Muslims in Europe: From the Margin to the Centre; and co-edited Religious Pluralism in South Asia and Europe; Sufism in the West (also published by Routledge) and Religion und Medien.

Vom Kultbild zum Internetritual (). Europe's Muslims appear to be dreaming of filling this vacuum. The Archbishop of Strasbourg, Luc Ravel, nominated by Pope Francis in February, recently declared that "Muslim. Since 9/11, Islam has been unfairly demonized and Muslims stigmatized.

Muslim youths in the West have grown up scrutinized, shamed, and bullied because of their religion. During the U.S. electoral campaign, Islamophobic rhetoric was an accepted form of bigotry used to spread fear and garner votes. Anti-Muslim bigotry in the. Among Nigeria’s Muslim population, for instance, nearly half (46%) feel that suicide bombings can be justified often or sometimes in the defense of Islam.

Even among Europe’s Muslim minorities, roughly one-in-seven in France, Spain, and Great Britain feel that suicide bombings against civilian targets can at least sometimes be justified to.