The Emancipation of Europe's Muslims: The State's Role in Minority Integration

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Illustrations
FIGURE 1.1 Largest Muslim Minorities in Western Europe2
FIGURE 1.2 Muslims as a Percentage of Western European Population3
FIGURE 1.3 Muslims as a Percentage of Population in Selected Western European Cities4
FIGURE 1.4 Distribution of Muslims in Western Europe10
FIGURE 1.5 Election of the Bureau exécutif of the Conseil français du culte musulman, 200315
FIGURE 1.6 Meeting of the Deutsche Islam Konferenz, 201015
FIGURE 1.7 Meeting of the Consulta per l’Islam italiano, 200616
FIGURE 2.1 Si Hamza Boubakeur, Rector of the Grande Mosquée de Paris, 197835
FIGURE 2.2 A Turkish Mosque in Almelo, the Netherlands, 197836
FIGURE 2.3 Inauguration of the Regent’s Park Mosque, London, 197837
FIGURE 2.4 Aramco World Magazine, January/February 197948
FIGURE 2.5 Remittances from Europe in US $ (billions) to Algeria, Morocco, Pakistan, and Turkey (1970–2008)56
FIGURE 2.6 Remittance Outflow from Selected EU Countries (1970–2008)57
FIGURE 2.7 Ali Bardakoglu, President of Diyanet, Ankara, 200459
FIGURE 3.1 Organizational Links Among Religious NGO Networks90
FIGURE 5.1 Availability of Islamic Prayer Space143
FIGURE 5.2 Islam-related Terrorism in Europe (1989–2007)147
FIGURE 5.3 Prime Minister Tony Blair attends a Muslim Council of Britain meeting, 2004161
FIGURE 6.1 The formula of an Islam Council169
FIGURE 6.2 Working Session of the Deutsche Islam Konferenz, 2009183
FIGURE 6.3 Group portrait of the Deutsche Islam Konferenz, 2009183
FIGURE 6.4 Bureau exécutif of the Conseil français du culte musulman, 2003185
FIGURE 6.5 Portrait of the Conseil français du culte musulman, 2003185

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Table of contents

  • Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Tables xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Chapter One - A Leap in the Dark 1
  • Chapter Two - European Outsourcing and Embassy Islam 30
  • Chapter Three - A Politicized Minority 70
  • Chapter Four - Citizens, Groups, and the State 105
  • Chapter Five - The Domestication of State-Mosque Relations 133
  • Chapter Six - Imperfect Institutionalization 163
  • Chapter Seven - The Partial Emancipation 198
  • Chapter Eight - Muslim Integration and European Islam in the Next Generation 245
  • Notes 273
  • Interviews 309
  • Bibliography 317
  • Index 355
  • Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics 367
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