Islam and Muslim Communities in the UK: Multiculturalism, Faith and Security

In 2013 Catherine Fieschi and Nick Johnson wrote a joint piece for The International Spectator entitled “Islam and Muslim Communities in the UK: Multiculturalism, Faith and Security”.

We have received countless requests for the paper.  Here is a link to the Taylor and Francis page where you will find access.

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