This collective work includes the contributions of the Second Maghreb Forum for Young Researchers in Social and Human Sciences held in Rabat, Morocco, October 16–18, 2015, on the theme “The Religious Question and the Transitions in the Maghreb,” organized by the Afkar Center for Studies and Research in cooperation with the German Hans-Seidel Foundation.

The contributions of this work were the results of in-depth research and investigation focused on understanding the phenomenon of religiosity in the Maghreb communities, the presence and representation of the religious balance, the reasons for its use by extremist religious groups and political Islamic groups, as well as in official religious institutions of a traditional character, via the use of approaches and methodologies adopted in the humanities.

Key highlights of the symposium included the contributions of participants to the following debates: the influence of religion in...

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