The vilification of Muslim diaspora in French fictional novels: ‘Soumission’ (2015) and ‘Petit Frère’ (2008) as case studies

@article{Abdeslam2018TheVO,
  title={The vilification of Muslim diaspora in French fictional novels: ‘Soumission’ (2015) and ‘Petit Fr{\`e}re’ (2008) as case studies},
  author={Abderrahim Ait Abdeslam},
  journal={Journal of Multicultural Discourses},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={232 - 242}
}
ABSTRACT France is a European country having the biggest number of Muslim immigrants. The presence of Muslims in France can be traced back to the aftermath of Second World War due to the need for labor. Muslims’ religious practices such as the wearing of ostensible religious symbols lead French intellectuals to consider Islam as incompatible with the Republican values. They also see it as a source of terror, taking into account the various terrorist attacks France has undergone, and which are… Expand

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