By Jocelyne Cesari
This booklet is the 1st systematic try and learn the location of eu and American Muslims after September 11, and to give a entire research in their non secular, political, and felony situations.
Since Sept. 11, and especially because the Madrid and London bombings of 2004 and 2005, the Muslim presence in Europe and the U.S. has develop into a tremendous political difficulty. Many have raised questions concerning power hyperlinks among Western Muslims, radical Islam, and terrorism. regardless of the justification of such issues, it's inadequate to handle the topic of Muslims within the West from an solely counter-terrorist viewpoint. in accordance with empirical reviews of Muslims within the US and Western Europe, this edited quantity posits the placement of Muslim minorities in a broader mirrored image at the prestige of liberalism in Western international rules. It additionally explores the alterations in immigration regulations, multiculturalism and secularism which were formed through the recent overseas context of the ‘war on terror’.
This ebook can be of significant curiosity to scholars of severe defense reviews, Islamic reports, Sociology and Political technology in general.
Jocelyne Cesari is an affiliate at Harvard’s middle for heart jap reviews and the heart for ecu reports, educating at Harvard Divinity institution and the govt. division, focusing on Islam and the center East.
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