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This section presents authors reviews on Muslims and Islam in the European media, Europe in the media of Muslim majority countries, crime and Muslim Britain: culture and the politics of criminology among British Pakistanis, the position of the Turkish and Moroccan second generation in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, Islam, and the migration and integration: the age of securitization. The Muslims of Albania are generally classified as ethnic Albanians. However, after the fall of Communism, many Muslims have defined themselves as Bosnians, Gorans, Gollobordas, Turks, Roma and Egyptians.

Keywords: Amsterdam; British Pakistanis; Islam



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