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Why France, Germany and the UK relate to their Muslim communities so differently

By Jeanne Prades, Docteure en Science politique - Chercheure associée au Laboratoire interdisciplinaire de Polytechnique (LinX), École polytechnique
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The way we perceive and talk about Islam varies greatly from one European country to the next. While this may be easy enough to intuit by glancing over different national headlines, I backed this up with hard data in my PhD research on public discourses on Islam in Germany, France and the United Kingdom.

The pursuit of German identity

In Germany, how you approach Islam hinges onto which side of the debate you stand. On the one hand, the majority of the political elite defends a German identity that is no longer based…The Conversation

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