Muslim minorities throughout Europe are under threat of collateral damage from the Blair/Bush ‘War on Terror.’ In Scotland they also have to cope with the added possibility that Scottish nationalism might develop an ‘ethnic’ as well as a ‘civic’ dimension. But is Scottish nationalism part of the problem or part of the solution? Paradoxically, Muslims are under less pressure in Scotland than in England, despite Scotland's move over recent decades—psychologically as well as institutionally—towards nationalism.
Research Article| January 01 2004
How and Why lslamophobia is tied to English Nationalism but not to Scottish Nationalism
Ethnic Studies Review (2004) 27 (1): 78–101.
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Asifa M. Hussain, William L. Miller; How and Why lslamophobia is tied to English Nationalism but not to Scottish Nationalism. Ethnic Studies Review 1 January 2004; 27 (1): 78–101. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2004.27.1.78
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