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  • September 01, 2016|Uriya Shavit and Sören AndresenMiddle East Quarterly

    Can Western Muslims Be De-radicalized?

    Stopping the radicalization of young Muslims has become a focal point of political and academic discussion in the West as thousands of Western Muslims have traveled to jihadist training camps in Syria and Iraq. The attacks in Paris in 2015 and in

  • March 01, 2009|Uriya Shavit and Frederic WiesenbachMiddle East Quarterly

    Muslim Strategies to Convert Western Christians

    The conversion of Christians in Europe and the United States to Islam has become a matter of debate in some Western countries. Muslim scholars have called on immigrant Muslims to become involved in summoning non-Muslims to their faith. Indeed, the...

  • September 01, 2007|Uriya ShavitMiddle East Quarterly

    Should Muslims Integrate into the West?

    The veil has become the center of a European fight over how to balance expressions of Muslim identity with the Western idea of citizenship.[1] How can states achieve a balance between republicanism and minority rights? Can majorities in liberal...

  • September 01, 2006|Uriya ShavitMiddle East Quarterly

    Al-Qaeda's Saudi Origins