Muslimanske zajednice u Europi i problem islamofobije
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Last month’s wave of massive and uncontrolled immigration from the Third World that swept the borders of European countries has caused the largest refugee migration crisis since the post- Yugoslavian wars in the end of the 20th century. Amongst the thousands of immigrants that flooded Europe looking for a better life, most were refugees from countries affected by the Arab Spring and the Middle Eastern war against the repressive and authoritarian self-proclaimed Islamic State. The entry of Muslims into ethnically, religiously and culturally homogenous European societies leads to disagreements and hostility between these immigrants and the indigenous people. The terrorist attacks in the Western world, accompanied by militant threats from the Islamic State through recent violent events on European soil, have further intensified animosity towards Muslims. There has been an international outgrowth of Islamophobia on a religious, cultural and political scale. This is reflected equally in the European view of Islam as anti-democratic religious zealots, as well as the fear of militant Muslim extremists who use violence and terror to realize their objective of establishing Islamic order on a transcontinental scale.
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