Anti-Muslim sentiment in post-9/11 Europe contends that Muslims compound their 'alien' status by claiming special treatment from their 'hosts'. But what if the aspiration to a recognised 'Muslim' identity is itself characteristically European? In the British context, Tariq Modood argues that a healthily multicultural society needs to accommodate religion as a valid social category -and rethink Europe so that the Muslim 'them' becomes part of a plural 'us'.
|Translated title of the contribution||Muslims & European Multiculturalism|
|Edition||15 May 2003|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
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Other: Dutch version in Eutopia 5, pp 11-21, 2003
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