Apr13 - The New Other Within: Muslims in Europe since 1945...

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The New “Other Within”: Muslims in Europe since 1945 Key Terms · Gastarbeiter · “assimilation” and “integration” · “Eurabia” · laïcité · Le Pen and the Front National I. Muslim Immigration to Europe since 1945 Before 1945, Europe had a rough relationship with the Muslims Not all Muslims the same – come from Africa, Turkey, and elsewhere with many different cultures within each Europe has struggled greatly in its attempts to integrate o Those of foreign extent are labeled as “foreigners” for many generations o They are outsiders and not included in the vision for Europe Need for workers in Europe after many young men died in WWII o A new labor force came from Muslim areas but they were always thought as temporary, guest workers The West and the Islamic World since the Crusades Pre-War Immigration to France Post-War Boom and Demand for Labor: A Temporary Solution o Gastarbeiter (guest workers) A Permanent Population
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Hunt during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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