Muslims and the State in Britain, France, and Germany
European governments must struggle with assimilating Muslim newcomers into their countries, with so many more now living in Western Europe. Britain, France, and Germany have dealt with the related problems differently. This book explains why their policies differ and proposes ways of ensuring the successful incorporation of practicing Muslims into liberal democracies. Resolving their issues has become all the more urgent in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Cambridge University Press
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Britain, England, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Muslims, Islam, immigration, assimilation, liberal democracy, September 11, 2001, policy, religion, church-state relations
Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Fetzer, J. S., & Soper, J. C. (2005). Muslims and the state in Britain, France, and Germany. Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press.