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Author: Marie-Claire Foblets
ISBN: 9058676722
Language: English
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Leuven University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2008)
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Islam and Europe brings together seven authorities on the global role of Islam to discuss ways to overcome this entrenched animosity and engender new possibilities and understandings. Marie-Claire Foblets.

Islam and Europe brings together seven authorities on the global role of Islam to discuss ways to overcome this entrenched animosity and engender new possibilities and understandings. Though approaching this issue from distinct points of view, the contributors agree that only dialogue-both between the West and Islam and within and among societies historically identified with Islam-will confrontation give way to consensus  .

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Marie-Claire FOBLETS. Islam & Europe. These important contributions, on the topic Islam and Europe: Challenges and Opportunities, are reprinted in this volume. Book Description: Dedicated to increasing our knowledge and awareness of the ever-growing diversity and pluralism of global society, Forum A. & A. Leysen has initiated an annual debate/lecture series, beginning with a focus on Islam in today's world and in Europe in particular.

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Bibliographic Details  . Marie-Claire Foblets is a Professor in the Faculty of Law at the Koholieke Universiteit Leuven. All books are packed with great care! Free .

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Foblets, Marie Claire. Other Authors: Abicht, Ludo. Subjects: Islam Europe. Upl in Context : Islam and Europe - Crises Are Challenges. by: Foblets, Marie Claire. Abu Zayd, Nasr Hamid. Islam and state Europe. Islam and politics Europe. Europe Race relations Religious aspects. Western Muslims and the Future of Islam. The Oxford handbook of European Islam, Published: (2015). Western Muslims and the future of Islam, by: Ramadan, Tariq Published: (2016). Avrupa'da İslam damgası, by: Goody, Jack Published: (2005).

In Marie-Claire Foblets & Tariq Moddon (Ed., Islam & Europe: Challenges and Opportunities. Ungureanu, C. and Zucca, L. (2012) Law, State and Religion in a New Europe. Debates and Dilemmas. Leuven: Leuven University Press. Pélabay, J. Forthcoming. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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If we talk about sanctions, then business will always find way to bypass them - Nenad Popovic, Minister for Innovation and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. Hungary tries to initiate a conversation to talk them over, discuss their real effect and not extend them automatically. Yet, it never happened - Peter Szijjarto, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.

In the wake of such events as the publication of offensive cartoons of the prophet Mohammed in a Danish newspaper, the murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh by an Islamist extremist, and a growing anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiment across Europe, relations between Europeans and both the Islamic world and Muslims living in Europe are increasingly strained.

Islam and Europe brings together seven authorities on the global role of Islam to discuss ways to overcome this entrenched animosity and engender new possibilities and understandings. Though approaching this issue from distinct points of view, the contributors agree that only dialogue―both between the West and Islam and within and among societies historically identified with Islam―will confrontation give way to consensus. Moreover, by encouraging free and critical thinking, such dialogue may, the contributors argue, pave the way to social equity and the scientific innovation that will lead to greater prosperity in the Muslim world.

Based on papers presented at the first Intercultural Relations Conference, organized by Forum A. & A. Leysen, held in Leuven in 2007, the essays collected in this volume are accompanied by the most important questions after each presentation and the speakers' responses. Although the question of how to actually construct the dialogue remains unsettled, this groundbreaking book takes a giant step toward an answer.

Contributors: Luda A. Abicht, University of Ghent and University of Antwerp; Sadik al-Azm, Yale University, Hunter College, Damascus University, and Princeton University; Tariq Ali; John R. Bowen, Washington University, St. Louis; Roger Dillemans, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Mark Eyskens, Former Minister of State, Belgium; Marie-Claire Foblets, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; University of Brussels, and University of Antwerp; Tariq Modood, University of Bristol; Ruud Peters, University of Amsterdam; Jean Pierre Rondas, Journalist, Belgium; Bassam Tibi, University of Göttingen; Nasr H. Abu Zayd, University of Utrecht and University of Leiden