The Oxford Handbook of European Islam

@inproceedings{Cesari2014TheOH,
  title={The Oxford Handbook of European Islam},
  author={Jocelyne Cesari},
  year={2014}
}
PART I: ISLAM AS A POST COLONIAL, POST WWII RELIGION IN EUROPE PART II: THE ARRIVAL OF ISLAM AS POST 1974 MIGRATION PART III: THE OLD EUROPEAN LAND OF ISLAM PART IV: ISLAM AND EUROPEAN SECULARISM PART V: ISLAM AND EUROPEAN POLITICS 
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