British Islam: The Road to Radicalism
ISBN 10: 0521670799 / 0-521-67079-9
ISBN 13: 9780521670791
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 2010
The emergence of Islamic political radicalism has been one of the most dramatic developments in post-war British society. British Islam explores the context behind this phenomenon, focusing on post-war immigration and integration, the complex relations that exist between Britain and Islam and the true extent of social and economic inequalities that affect Muslims. Tahir Abbas examines the historical development of the Islamic world, the effect of British imperialism and colonialism and the nature of interaction and conflict between Britain and Islam. He studies the origins of violent extremism influenced by Islamism as well as the role the media plays in perpetuating negative views of Muslims. Abbas concludes by offering suggestions for tackling the major social, political and economic questions facing British Muslims in the post-7/7 era. This is an important contribution to the study of religion, 'race' and ethnicity in modern Britain.
The emergence of Islamic political radicalism has been one of the most dramatic developments in post-war British society. Focusing on post-war immigration and integration, British Islam explores the ways in which Muslim groups have arrived and formed communities, and traces the origins of violent extremism influenced by Islamism.
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