Tag Archives: Ethnicity

Migrants to the West #8 Welbeing

In the previous chapter I tried to show how a fear was build up for those who have a certain faith. The people immigrating in Europe and the United States of America seem to be to a large extent from … Continue reading

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Migrants to the West #4

Tariq Modood, Professor of Sociology, Politics and Public Policy at the University of Bristol, wrote a letter in response to an academic paper written by Alison Shaw titled ‘Why might young British Muslims support the Taliban?‘. According to Modood Western … Continue reading

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Migrants to the West #1

Challenging perceptions In the United States of America, Canada and in the European Union you may wonder if the current process of those countries becoming a multicultural society, more specifically when several Muslims challenge ‘white’ perceptions of those nations and … Continue reading

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Built on or Belonging to Jewish tradition #3 Of the earth or of God

America and its culture developed as an easy-to-enter “Melting Pot” for many cultures, creating a new commonality of culture and political values. This open culture allowed many minority groups, including Jews, to flourish in Christian and predominantly Protestant America. In … Continue reading

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