Imams in Western Europe: Developments, Transformations, and Institutional Challenges

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Mohammed Hashas, Khalid Hajji
Amsterdam University Press, 2018 - 438 pages
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As European Muslims and Muslims in the Middle East diverge, imams in Europe have emerged as major agents of religious authority who shape Islam's presence in Western societies. This volume examines the theoretical and practical questions concerning the evolving role of imams in Europe. To what extent do imams act as intermediaries between European states and Muslim communities? Do states subsidise imam training? How does institutionalisation of Islam differ between European states?

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Mohammed Hashas is a research fellow at LUISS Guido Carli University. Jan Jaap de Ruiter is an assistant professor at the University of Tilburg. Niels Valdemar Vinding is an assistant professor at the University of Copenhagen. With the collaboration of Khalid Hajji, Secretary General of the European Council for Moroccan Ulema in Brussels.

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