Western European Islam
- Author: Vladimir Chukov, Petya Koleva
- Year: 08-04-2011
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 680-01
- SKU: 08.0014
- ISBN: 978-954-321-831-8
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The emergence of Muslim minorities in the countries of Western Europe is a result of constant immigration of varying intensity. Their origin is exogenous, some of them are already second and even third generation of inhabitants. All of them, however, know and remember their mother-country", with whom they enter into interesting emotional relationship. The nature of this relationship and, above all, the attitude toward the motherland influence the degree of integration of the new Europeans. When problematic integration processes give rise to mistrust of the state, the accumulation of internal anger, and the unleashing of dissatisfaction, growing into violence, even in conscious terrorist acts.
The book focuses on the attention of a wide audience as it raises the curtain around the work of many state institutions and societal factors in Europe dealing with complex migration issues, minority integration, human rights and religious extremism. This analysis is of utmost importance for the perception and shadowing of the future of the continent, and in particular of the European Union.
Such an analysis is necessary for Bulgaria as a state corridor for the mass immigration of exogenous Muslims. A number of new statistics show that our country is increasingly becoming the ultimate destination of the Muslim immigration flow. This trend will intensify after the revolutions in the Arab countries since the beginning of the year."
About the Author
Vladimir Chukov, Petya Koleva
|Genre||Middle East, Islam, Geopolitics, Political Science & Politics|