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1st Edition

Islamophobia in Muslim Majority Societies

ISBN 9781138613003
Published December 13, 2018 by Routledge
230 Pages

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Book Description

In the last decade, Islamophobia in Western societies, where Muslims constitute the minority, has been studied extensively. However, Islamophobia is not restricted to the geography of the West, but rather constitutes a global phenomenon. It affects Muslim societies just as much, due to various historical, economic, political, cultural and social reasons.

Islamophobia in Muslim Majority Societies constitutes a first attempt to open a debate about the understudied phenomenon of Islamophobia in Muslim majority societies. An interdisciplinary study, it focuses on socio-political and historical aspects of Islamophobia in Muslim majority societies.

This volume will appeal to students, scholars and general readers who are interested in Racism Studies, Islamophobia Studies, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, Islam and Politics.

Table of Contents



Chapter 1: Making Sense of Islamophobia in Muslim Societies

Chapter 2: 'Religion-Building' and Foreign Policy

Chapter 3: Islamophobia in the Contemporary Albanian Public Discourse

Chapter 4: Post-Coloniality, Islamization and Secular Elites: Tracing Islamophobia in Pakistan

Chapter 5: The Politics of Islamophobia in Turkey

Chapter 6: Islamophobia in Satirical Magazines: A Comparative Case Study of Penguen in Turkey and Charlie Hebdo in France

Chapter 7: Paradoxical Islamophobia and Post-Colonial Cultural Nationalism in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

Chapter 8: Old Wine In New Bottles: Secularism and Islamophobia in Egypt

Chapter 9: Internalized Islamophobia: The Making of Islam in the Egyptian Media

Chapter 10: The Confluence of Race and Religion in Understanding Islamophobia in Malaysia

Chapter 11: Securitization of Islam in Contemporary Ethiopia

Chapter 12: Islamophobia from Within: A Case Study on Australian Muslim Women

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Enes Bayrakli is a faculty member in the Department of Political Science at Turkish–German University, Istanbul, and Director of European Studies at the Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research – Turkey (SETA).

Farid Hafez is currently Senior Researcher in the Department of Political Science and Sociology, University of Salzburg, Austria, and Senior Researcher at Georgetown University, USA.