Minarets in the Mountains: A Journey into Muslim Europe

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Despite living in Europe for hundreds of years as a dominant civilization in the Iberian Peninsula, as significant minorities in the Western Balkans and for more than half a century as settled modern European citizens, Muslims are largely seen as a recent immigrant presence. This ambiguous perception is rooted in various historical, philosophical, political and cultural anxieties about the post-war Muslim presence. This negative hypervisibility can be contextualised within the bitter current debates about immigration, terrorism, secularism and perceived threat to (post-) Christian European ide…

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