Faith and state. British policy responses to 'Islamist' extremism / Fe y Estado. La política británica responde al extremismo 'Islamista'

Erik Bleich


Islamist extremism has been the focus of intensive global scrutiny since
September 2001. Many states have responded to the challenge of Islamic
terrorism with a common anti terrorist strategy. Those policies include generic
anti violence policies that consciously avoided to mention Islam; repressive
policies that explicitly target Muslims extremists and policies that seek to
integrate Muslims by soft or compelling methods. The article explores these
policies in Britain.

Palabras clave

Islam; terrorism; extremism; integration; Britain

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ISSN de la edición impresa: 1575-6823

ISSN digital: 2340-2199

Depósito legal: SE 235-2015

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