Perception of Western governments' hostility to Islam among European Muslims before and after ISIS: the important roles of residential segregation and education.

@article{Hekmatpour2019PerceptionOW,
  title={Perception of Western governments' hostility to Islam among European Muslims before and after ISIS: the important roles of residential segregation and education.},
  author={Peyman Hekmatpour and Thomas Junior Burns},
  journal={The British journal of sociology},
  year={2019}
}
Perception of Western governments' hostility to Islam is one of the indicating features of Islamic fundamentalism and, in some cases, is serving as a pull to join extremist groups. In this paper, using data from two waves of a cross-national survey, we investigate what affects European Muslims' opinions about Western governments. We find that residential segregation is associated with perceived hostility of Western governments to Islam. Further, we find that Muslims living in segregated… 
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