British Muslims: Loyalty and Belonging : Proceedings of a Seminar Held on 8 May 2002
Mohammed Sidiq Seddon, Dilwar Hussain, Nadeem Malik
Islamic Foundation, 2003 - Allegiance - 116 pages
This book addresses a number of the pertinent issues relating to the current status of British Muslims who are under increasing public scrutiny in expressed terms of their allegiances and loyalties. The notions of loyalty and belonging are approached from two perspectives: the traditional Islamic view from the Shari'ah and a contemporary perspective bearing in mind the sociological, political and legal dimensions of the discussion.
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A Historical Perspective
Discussion from Session One
A Case Study Neil Jameson
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