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    In:  Transitional justice in the Middle East and North Africa (2017), Seite 209-234 | year:2017 | pages:209-234
    ISBN: 1849046492
    Language: Undetermined
    Titel der Quelle: Transitional justice in the Middle East and North Africa
    Publ. der Quelle: London : Hurst & Company, 2017
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2017), Seite 209-234
    Angaben zur Quelle: year:2017
    Angaben zur Quelle: pages:209-234
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    Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated
    ISBN: 9780197649015
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (297 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.697
    Abstract: Islamophobia is an escalating problem worldwide, arising from a convergence of right-wing populism, xenophobia, and the normalization of anti-Muslim scapegoating. A must-read for anyone concerned with the erosion of human and civil rights, Global Islamophobia and the Rise of Populism is the first to tackle these complex phenomena on a worldwide scale through empirically supported analysis by internationally renowned scholars.
    Abstract: Cover -- Global Islamophobia and the Rise of Populism -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- 1. Introduction -- PART I ISLAMOPHOBIA IN NORTH AMERICA:RACE, RELIGION, AND CITIZENSHIP -- 2. The Price of Recognition: The One Islam and the Many -- 3. The Politics of Vulnerability: Today's Threat to American Muslims' Religious Freedom -- 4. Anti-​Muslim Racism and the Rise of Ethnonationalist Populism in the United States -- PART II ISLAMOPHOBIA IN EUROPE:XENOPHOBIA, ANTI- SEMITISM,AND NATIONALISM -- 5. Postcolonialism, Post-​National Socialism, German Reunification, and the Rise of the Far Right: Making Sense of Islamophobia in Germany -- 6. Islamophobia: How the Far Right Went Mainstream in Britain -- 7. France's Islamophobic Bloc and the "Mainstreamization" of the Far Right -- 8. Islamophobia without Muslims? Not Only in Eastern Europe -- 9. Islamophobia in Russia: Ethnicity, Migration, and National Security -- 10. Muslim Life in Belgium: In Search of a Vivre ensemble -- PART III ISLAMOPHOBIA IN ASIA: GENOCIDE, POGROMS, AND DETENTION -- 11. Displacing and Disciplining Muslims in India's Burgeoning Hindu Rashtra -- 12. Contesting the Spatialization of Islamophobia in Urban India -- 13. (Un)Made in China: Uyghur Muslims at the Intersection of Islamophobia and Ethnic Cleansing -- 14. Islamophobia and Genocide: Myanmar's Rohingya Genocide -- PART IV CONCLUSION: LESSONS FROMSOUTH AFRICA -- 15. Confronting Islamophobia: Defeating Colonial Bigotries, Learning from South Africa -- Index.
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    Oakland, California : University of California Press
    ISBN: 9780520382282 , 9780520382299
    Language: English
    Pages: xvi, 337 Seiten , Illustrationen, Karte, Diagramm
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.6970973
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    Keywords: Rassismus ; Muslim ; Religiöse Gemeinschaft ; USA ; USA ; Muslim ; Religiöse Gemeinschaft ; Rassismus
    Abstract: Why does a country with religious liberty enmeshed in its legal and social structures produce such overt prejudice and discrimination against Muslims? Sahar Aziz's groundbreaking book demonstrates how race and religion intersect to create what she calls the Racial Muslim. Comparing discrimination against immigrant Muslims with the prejudicial treatment of Jews, Catholics, Mormons, and African American Muslims during the twentieth century, Aziz explores the gap between America's aspiration for and fulfillment of religious freedom. With America's demographics rapidly changing from a majority white Protestant nation to a multiracial, multireligious society, this book is an in dispensable read for understanding how our past continues to shape our present--to the detriment of our nation's future
    Abstract: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword by John L. Esposito -- Introduction -- 1. When American Racism Quashes Religious Freedom -- 2. The Color of Religion -- 3. Racialization of Jews, Catholics, and Mormons in the Twentieth Century -- 4. From Protestant to Judeo-Christian National Identity: The Expansion of American Whiteness -- 5. Social Construction of the Racial Muslim -- 6. American Orientalism and the Arab Terrorist Trope -- 7. Fighting Terrorism, Not Religion -- 8. Officiating Islamophobia -- 9. Criminalizing Muslim Identity -- 10. The Future of the Racial Muslim and Religious Freedom in America -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 0197648991 , 9780197648995 , 9780197649008 , 0197649009
    Language: English
    DDC: 305
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    Oakland, California : University of California Press
    ISBN: 9780520382305
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (357 pages)
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Snow, Vanita [Rezension von: Aziz, Sahar, The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom] 2023
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Aziz, Sahar The racial Muslim
    DDC: 305.6970973
    Keywords: Muslims-United States-Social conditions ; Islamophobia-United States ; Religion and politics-United States ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Why does a country with religious liberty enmeshed in its legal and social structures produce such overt prejudice and discrimination against Muslims? Sahar Aziz's groundbreaking book demonstrates how race and religion intersect to create what she calls the Racial Muslim. Comparing discrimination against immigrant Muslims with the prejudicial treatment of Jews, Catholics, Mormons, and African American Muslims during the twentieth century, Aziz explores the gap between America's aspiration for and fulfillment of religious freedom. With America's demographics rapidly changing from a majority white Protestant nation to a multiracial, multireligious society, this book is an in dispensable read for understanding how our past continues to shape our present--to the detriment of our nation's future.
    Abstract: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword by John L. Esposito -- Introduction -- 1. When American Racism Quashes Religious Freedom -- 2. The Color of Religion -- 3. Racialization of Jews, Catholics, and Mormons in the Twentieth Century -- 4. From Protestant to Judeo-Christian National Identity: The Expansion of American Whiteness -- 5. Social Construction of the Racial Muslim -- 6. American Orientalism and the Arab Terrorist Trope -- 7. Fighting Terrorism, Not Religion -- 8. Officiating Islamophobia -- 9. Criminalizing Muslim Identity -- 10. The Future of the Racial Muslim and Religious Freedom in America -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
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