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Mohammed Latrèche And The Parti Des Musulmans De France

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Mohammed Latrèche finds it unacceptable that the singularity of anti-Semitism be advanced as a way of differentiating what should be only one of many forms of racism. The anti-Semitism of Mohammed Latrèche is sustained by the sense of injustice aroused by the situation in the Middle East (particularly amongst the population of North African origin, but not uniquely) and by the anxiety of an Islam which is stigmatised by a society whose modernity has no consideration whatsoever for its identity. While claiming to represent Muslims in France, Mohammed Latrèche does at the same time continue to move on the fringes of Alsatian Islam. This chapter gives us a better understanding of how Alsace d'abord can at one and the same time attempt a rapprochement with the Jewish community and respect, indeed value, the action of the Party of Muslims of France (PMF) and its anti-Semitic leader.

Keywords: Alsace d'abord; Alsatian Islam; anti-Semitic leader; anti-Semitism; Jewish community; Mohammed Latrèche; party of muslims of France (PMF); racism



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