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by Jan Rath,Rinus Penninx,Kees Groenendijk,Astrid Meyer

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Author: Jan Rath,Rinus Penninx,Kees Groenendijk,Astrid Meyer
ISBN: 9004121927
ISBN13: 978-9004121928
Language: English
Publisher: Brill (September 1, 2001)
Pages: 320
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Home Browse Books Book details, Western Europe and Its Islam. Western Europe and Its Islam. By Jan Rath, Rinus Penninx, Kees Groenendijk, Astrid Meyer. The widespread introduction of Islam into Western Europe occurred with the arrival of immigrants from regions such as North and West Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean.

Series: International Comparative Social Studies, Volume: 2. Authors: Jan Rath, Rinus Penninx, Kees Groenendijk and Astrid Meyer. The Netherlands: The and recognition of Islam at the national level

Series: International Comparative Social Studies, Volume: 2. Immigration from North Africa, Asia and elsewhere meant a large influx of Islam into Western Europe. The Netherlands: The and recognition of Islam at the national level. 2. Government, society and Islam: a brief history 3. The sphere of religion 4. The sphere of education 5. Politics and other spheres 6. Conclusions at the national level. Part Two. The of Islam and the struggle for recognition at the local level.

Immigration from North Africa, Asia and elsewhere meant a large influx of Islam into Western Europe. In each country, Muslims organized in various ways and established numerous institutions such as mosques, cemeteries, "halal" butchers, schools, broadcasting organizations, and political parties, and slowly but surely the outlines of Muslim communities begun to emerge. The Immigration from North Africa, Asia and elsewhere meant a large influx of Islam into Western Europe.

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Western Europe and its Islam. J Rath, K Groenendijk, R Penninx. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 18 (1), 101-114, 1991. R Kloosterman, J Van der Leun, J Rath. Journal of ethnic and migration studies 24 (2), 249-268, 1998. Mixed embeddedness, migrant entrepreneurship and informal economic activities. R Kloosterman, JP van der Leun, J Rath. In each country, Muslims organized in various ways and established numerous institutions such as mosques, cemeteries, hal l butchers, schools, broadcasting organizations, and political parties, and slowly but surely the outlines of Muslim communities begun to emerge.

Western Europe and its Islam: The Social Reaction to the of a ‘New’ Religion in the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom. by Jan Rath, Rinus Penninx, Kees Groenendijk and Astrid Meyer. In each country, Muslims organized in various ways and established numerous institutions such as mosques, cemeteries, halâl butchers, schools, broadcasting organizations, and political parties, and slowly but surely the outlines of Muslim communities begun to emerge.

Rath, Jan, Rinus Penninx, Kees Groenendijk, and Astrid Meyer. Shari’a in a European Context. In Legal Practice and Cultural Diversity, ed. Ralph Grillo, Roger Ballard, Alessandro Ferrari, Andre J. Hoekema, Marcel Maussen, and Prakash Shah, 93–114. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. Cite this chapter as: Duderija . Rane H. (2019) of Islam. In: Islam and Muslims in the West. New Directions in Islam.

J Rath, R Penninx, K Groenendijk, A Meyer. Brill, Leiden, International Comparative Studies Series 2, 308, 2001. R Penninx, D Spencer, N Van Hear. Integration of migrants: Economic, social, cultural and political dimensions. The new demographic regime: Population challenges and policy responses . 2005.

Immigration from North Africa, Asia and elsewhere meant a large influx of Islam into Western Europe. In each country, Muslims organized in various ways and established numerous institutions such as mosques, cemeteries, halâl butchers, schools, broadcasting organizations, and political parties, and slowly but surely the outlines of Muslim communities begun to emerge. The development of those communities is not a matter of Muslims only, but the product of their interaction with the wider environment. The development of the process of institutionalization is the result of their consultations and conflicts with parties involved, particularly with agents from the host society. As Muslim immigrants become ever more a part of Western European societies, the establishment of their institutions both illustrates and affects the processes of sociological, political and legal change that are currently taking place. This book, based on interdisciplinary research, examines the establishment of Muslim institutions in Western Europe, and particularly focuses on the role played by agents from the host society and the political and ideological positions adopted by them in reaction to claims from Muslims.
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