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Islamophobia after 9/11: International Terrorism, Sharia and Muslim Minorities in Europe ― The Case of the United Kingdom

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Affiliations: 1: Professor of International Law and Human Rights, University of Ulster, United Kingdom. Professor Rehman is a member of United Kingdom Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) Committee on International Law and Islamic Law. The views expressed in this paper are his own and are not attributable to those of the Committee. Professor Rehman is thankful to generous funding by the British Academy, which supported part of this research. He would also like to thank colleagues at Emory University (US) for their assistance in completing this article.


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