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date: 22 February 2020

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This introduction outlines the vision and scope of . Despite the growth of literature on Islam and Muslims in Europe, this volume is the first collection to present a comprehensive approach across Western and Eastern Europe. It opens up cross-disciplinary conversation to understand immigration cycles and policies, discrimination, identities, Islamic practices and political regulation of Islam across countries. The handbook provides analytical review of the knowledge amassed on Islam and Muslims per country and across countries, bringing together the analyses of all these issues in one authoritative publication. It also presents in depth analysis of transversal topics such as Sharia, Islamophobia , Hijab and Radicalization.The result is a collection of extensive essays that synthesize different national discussion into a more comparative theoretical framework.

Keywords: Islam, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Minorities, Immigration, Secularism, Sharia, Hijab, Radicalization, Islamophobia

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