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Ethno-Religious Conflict in Europe: Typologies of Radicalisation in Europe’s Muslim Communities
Ethno-Religious Conflict in Europe: Typologies of Radicalisation in Europe’s Muslim Communities

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Published by: Avrupa Birliği Enstitüsü on Jul 03, 2009
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E
THNO
-R
ELIGIOUS
C
ONFLICT
 
IN
E
UROPE
 
T
YPOLOGIES OF
R
ADICALISATION IN
E
UROPE
S
M
USLIM
C
OMMUNITIES
 
E
DITED BY
 
M
ICHAEL
E
MERSON
 
A
UTHORS
 
O
LIVIER
R
OY
 S
AMIR
A
MGHAR
 T
HEODOROS
K
OUTROUBAS
,
 
W
ARD
V
LOEBERGHS
&
 
Z
EYNEP
Y
ANASMAYAN
 T
INKA
V
ELDHUIS
&
 
E
DWIN
B
AKKER
 R
ACHEL
B
RIGGS
&
 
 J
ONATHAN
B
IRDWELL
 P
ATRICIA
B
EZUNARTEA
,
 
 J
OSÉ
M
ANUEL
L
ÓPEZ
&
 
L
AURA
T
EDESCO
 A
LEKSEI
M
ALASHENKO
&
 
A
KHMET
Y
ARLYKAPOV
 
C
ENTRE FOR
E
UROPEAN
P
OLICY
S
TUDIES
 B
RUSSELS
 
 
 
The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) is an independent policyresearch institute based in Brussels. Its mission is to produce soundanalytical research leading to constructive solutions to the challenges facingEurope today. CEPS Paperbacks present analysis and views by leadingexperts on important questions in the arena of European public policy,written in a style geared to an informed but generalist readership.The views expressed in this report are those of the authors writing in apersonal capacity and do not necessarily reflect those of CEPS or any otherinstitution with which they are associated.
 
This project has been funded bythe European Union’s 6th Framework Programme. CEPS’s broader workprogramme on Islam-related issues is supported by grants from theCompagnia di San Paolo and the Open Society Institute, which aregratefully acknowledged.
 
With grateful thanks to François Schnell for allowing us to use his photo on thecover, showing a burning car in Strasbourg torched during the 2005 riots
.
ISBN 978-92-9079-822-4© Copyright 2009, Centre for European Policy Studies.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval systemor transmitted in any form or by any means – electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recordingor otherwise – without the prior permission of the Centre for European Policy Studies.Centre for European Policy StudiesPlace du Congrès 1, B-1000 BrusselsTel: 32 (0) 2 229.39.11 Fax: 32 (0) 2 219.41.51e-mail: info@ceps.euinternet: http://www.ceps.eu
 
 
 
C
ONTENTS
 
Preface......................................................................................................................i
 
1.
 
Introduction and Summary
 Michael Emerson
.........................................................................................1
 
2.
 
Al-Qaeda in the West as a Youth Movement: The Power of aNarrative
Olivier Roy
.................................................................................................11 Case Studies3.
 
Ideological and Theological Foundations of Muslim Radicalismin France
Samir Amghar 
............................................................................................27
 
4.
 
Political, Religious and Ethnic Radicalisation among Muslimsin Belgium
Theodoros Koutroubas, Ward Vloeberghs & Zeynep Yanasmayan
...51
 
5.
 
Muslims in the Netherlands: Tensions and Violent Conflict
Tinka Veldhuis & Edwin Bakke
.............................................................81
 
6.
 
Radicalisation among Muslims in the UK
 Rachel Briggs & Jonathan Birdwell
.....................................................109
 
7.
 
Muslims in Spain and Islamic Religious Radicalism
Patricia Bezunartea, José Manuel López &Laura Tedesco
...............136
 
8.
 
Radicalisation of Russia’s Muslim Community
 Aleksei Malashenko & Akhmet Yarlykapov
.......................................159
 
About the Authors............................................................................................193
 

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