Muslim Minorities and Citizenship: Authority, Communities and Islamic Law

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Muslim Minorities and Citizenship Engaging with both Muslim minority and government perspectives, this is important reading for scholars, students, commentators and policy-makers concerned with the question of Western engagement with its own minorities. Full description

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The issues of citizenship,identity and cohesion have rarely been as vital as they are today.Since the events of 9/11 and subsequent terrorist episodes in Bali, Madrid,London and elsewhere,focus in this area has centred primarily upon Muslim minority communities living in the West.This book examines the question of citizenship and loyalty, drawing on the historical contexts of Muslim minorities living under British and French imperial rule in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries,and looks at how shari'a functioned within the context of imperial civil code. It draws important comparisons that are of immense relevance today,and engages with current debates about the compatibility of Islamic law with civil law in non-Islamic societies.Engaging with both Muslim minority and government perspectives,this is important reading for scholars, students,commentators and policy-makers concerned with the question of Western engagement with its own minorities.

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Issues of minority status and loyalty to the state have attracted particular interest in recent decades in the context of growing Islamic communities in the West. This book makes a significant contribution to understanding this most sensitive of topics by drawing on the past to engage with the present. By shaping the study around the issue of citizenship in Britain and France, Dr Oliver-Dee has opened an important window into discussion and debate that will inform academics, policy-makers and the general public in diverse societies, both Western and non-Western. This work deserves to be widely read. --Professor Peter Riddell, Director of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths and Vice-Principal of Melbourne School of Theology.

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