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Migration and implantation in Europe

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Members and sympathizers of the Muslim brotherhood (MB) organization have been coming to various European countries as political exiles or students since the end of the 1950's. They represent a juxtaposition of generations that is sociologically diverse. Globally, the waves of migration toward Europe have now slowed down considerably because of immigration and labor policies on the part of most European countries that are more and more restrictive. The MB circulated their ideas and points of view via many channels of communication. Beginning in the 1970's, many translations of Islamist works (especially in French and English), linked to the MB movement, were distributed in Europe.

Keywords: European muslims; immigration; labor policies; muslim brotherhood (MB)



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