Refutations of racism in the ‘Muslim question’

  title={Refutations of racism in the ‘Muslim question’},
  author={Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  pages={335 - 354}
ABSTRACT Meer and Modood identify a variety of reasons why the notion that Muslim minorities could be subject to racism by virtue of their real or perceived ‘Muslimness’ is met with much less sympathy than the widely accepted notion that other religious minorities in Europe, particularly Jewish groups, can be the victims of racism. They begin by elaborating the relationships between Islamophobia, anti-Muslim sentiment and cultural racism, before turning to the results of interviews with… 
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