- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Muslim Political Participation in Belgium: An Exceptional Political Representation in Europe
- Chapter 3 Muslim Political Participation in Germany: a Structurationist Approach
- Chapter 4 Political Opinions and Participation Among Young Muslims in Sweden: A Case Study<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 5 Lithuanian Muslims’ attitudes toward participation in the democratic political process: the case of converts
- Chapter 6 Political Participation of European Muslims in France and the United Kingdom
- Chapter 7 Muslim collective mobilisations in contemporary Europe: new issues and new types of involvement
- Chapter 8 How Politically Integrated are Danish Muslims? Evidence from the Muhammad Cartoons Controversy
- Chapter 9 Limits and potentialities of the Italian and British political systems through the lens of Muslim women in politics
- Chapter 10 Representing ‘Islam of the <i>Banlieues</i>’: Class and Political Participation Among Muslims in France
- Chapter 11 Creating the Image of European Islam: The European Council for Fatwa and Research and Ireland<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 12 The Political Participation of Polish Muslim Tatars – the Result of or the Reason for Integration? From Teutonic wars to the Danish cartoons Affair
- Chapter 13 The Alevi quest in Europe through the redefinition of the Alevi movement: recognition and political participation, a case study of the Fuaf in France
- Chapter 14 Leicester Muslims: Citizenship, Race and Civil Religion
- Chapter 15 Muslims and Electoral Politics in Britain: the Case of the Respect Party
- Chapter 16 Clichés are funny as long as they happen on stage: comedy as political criticism
- Notes on the contributors
- Muslim Political Participation in Europe
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