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Europe and Its Muslim Minorities : Aspects of Conflict, Attempts at Accord - Amikam Nachmani

Europe and Its Muslim Minorities

Aspects of Conflict, Attempts at Accord

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The presence of Muslim communities in Europe is a politically charged issue. Sporadic attacks by radical Muslims have further highlighted the problem of a deep cultural divide between Muslims and their host countries. There is, however, no one "Islamic Nation," and a distinction must be made between the radical Muslim minority and secular or practicing Muslims who subscribe neither to the theology nor politics of the radicals. The influx of Muslim immigrants into Europe is rooted in the common human aspiration for a better life. But to date, there is no European consensus about how to deal with the political, social, religious, and economic problems associated with their absorption. This book - now in paperback - presents a comprehensive picture of the causes and effects of Muslim immigration to the West. It discusses the population explosion in the sending countries, with their declining availability of jobs and increasing desperation. Author Amikam Nachmani highlights the situation of Western countries with their shrinking families and growing workforce shortages, and considers the readiness of the Continent in general - and specific countries in particular - to allow its Muslim communities access to its culture and wealth or, conversely, to keep them apart. At the heart of the problem lie issues such as the readiness of the immigrants to adapt to European standards and Western culture, Europe's and Christianity's traditional intolerance of "the other," and Islam's fear of loss of its identity. In such a fluid and complex situation, there are few immediate solutions or overriding certainties, but one thing stands out: attitudes of Islamophobia and Europhobia do not adequately explain the situation.

Introduction; The Dilemma: Europe & its Muslims Today; Migration and Population: Numbers, Trends & Concerns; The Migrants: Why They Leave, How They Get There; Identities: European, Christian & Muslim; The "Other": Images and Perceptions; Muslim Alienation and Discrimination: Causes & Effects; Muslim Women: Challenging the Codes; Immigration and Migration: Stemming the Tide; Muslim Militancy & Radicalism: Focus on Britain; The Future: Europe & its Muslims in the Balance; Conclusions.

ISBN: 9781845194000
ISBN-10: 1845194004
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 20th January 2010
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.43