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Securitizing Islam

Stuart Croft

Securitizing Islam

identity and the search for security

by Stuart Croft

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001,
  • Government policy,
  • National security,
  • Islamic fundamentalism,
  • Influence,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General,
  • Muslims,
  • Public opinion,
  • Internal security,
  • Terrorism,
  • Prevention,
  • Islam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementStuart Croft
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6433.G7 C76 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25094724M
    ISBN 109781107020467, 9781107632868
    LC Control Number2011044363


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Securitizing Islam is a stimulating and important book that should be read and debated not only within the field of securitization theory, but by anyone interested in the relationship between security, national identity and Islam.’Cited by:   Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and perceptions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam.

'Securitization' describes the processes by which a particular group or issue comes to be seen as a threat, and thus subject to the perceptions and actions which go with national security. Securitizing Islam is a stimulating and important book that should be read and debated not only within the field of securitization theory, but by anyone interested in the relationship between security, national identity and Islam." Frank Foley, European Political ScienceCited by:   Securitizing Islam is a stimulating and important book that should be read Securitizing Islam book debated not only within the field of securitization theory, but by anyone interested in the relationship between security, national identity and Islam." Frank Foley, European Political Science --This text refers to the paperback : Stuart Securitizing Islam book.

The problem stemmed from (warped) Islam; the solution was to be more Britishness. It is that calculation, and that relationship, that this book seeks to interrogate. In the period since the attacks of 11 September in the United States, conflict with violent radicalized Muslims has for many in the United Kingdom apparently impacted on their.

Author: Stuart Croft Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi Category: Business & Economics Languages: en Pages: View: Book Description: Securitizing Islam shows how views of Muslims have changed in Britain since 9/11, following debates over terrorism, identity and multiculturalism.

Securitizing Islam is a stimulating and important book that should be read and debated not only within the field of securitization theory, but by anyone interested in the relationship between security, national identity and Islam." Frank Foley, European Political Science show more.

Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and perceptions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam.

'Securitization' describes the processes by which a particular group or issue comes to be seen as a threat, and thus subject to the perceptions and actions which go with national security.

Such integrative complications growing out of the inaccurate representation of Muslim communities in the West broadly, and in the United Kingdom and the United States in particular, are addressed in the two recent books—Stuart Croft's Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Security () and Peter Morey and Amina Yaquin's Framing.

restrict Islam from the public space. As domestic and national concerns converge, these factors result in cultural talk that tends to overemphasise the role of religion in the process of integration. Unfortunately, the characterisation of Islam in the current debate has begun a process of institutionalising the notion of Islam as a security threat.

Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and perceptions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam. 'Securitization' describes the processes by which a particular group or issue comes to be seen as a threat, and thus subject to the perceptions and actions which Brand: Cambridge University Press.

Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam.

Croft looks at how the promotion of Britishness has in part led to Muslims being seen as a threat to security. I agree that NOI is not conventional Islam. Many mainstream muslims in America started out as NOI, including Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali.

I put it up more as a comment on the development of the Islamic convert community in the USA than as a book about conventional Islam, just because so many Americans came to conventional Islam via NOI & still do, so it affects the muslim community pretty.

This category is for books critical of Islam. It is distinct from the category for books about Islamism (although some titles may belong to both). Directory structure of the Islam related categories Literature Spirituality │ │ Islam-related Religious texts.

Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and perceptions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam. A typical example of securitization is a mortgage-backed security (MBS), a type of asset-backed security that is secured by a collection of mortgages.

First issued inthis tactic led to. Abstract. European nations face a paradox: even though they seek to facilitate the socioeconomic integration of Muslims, antiterrorism and security concerns fuel a desire to compromise liberties and restrict Islam from the public securitization paradigm encompasses the multifaceted process through which the normal rule of law is suspended in favor of exceptional measures justified by.

Securitization is the financial practice of pooling various types of contractual debt such as residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, auto loans or credit card debt obligations (or other non-debt assets which generate receivables) and selling their related cash flows to third party investors as securities, which may be described as bonds, pass-through securities, or collateralized debt.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Security (Paperback) at   Abstract. The chapter focuses on the securitization of the Muslim female and its link to Islamophobia. In examining how the Muslim female identity oscillates between the oppressed victim and the hidden radical, the chapter begins with a discussion of media accounts of Muslim women and the emergence of individuals such as Samina Malik—the ‘lyrical terrorist’, Roshonara Chaudhry and the.

Islam Securitization And Us Foreign Policy by Erdoan A. Shipoli, Islam Securitization And Us Foreign Policy Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Islam Securitization And Us Foreign Policy books, This book argues that Islam has been securitized in US foreign policy, especially during the W.

Bush administration when it was. Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Stuart Croft. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.

Paperback $; Kindle edition $ Get this from a library. Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Security. [Stuart Croft] -- Securitizing Islam shows how views of Muslims have changed in Britain since 9/11, following debates over terrorism, identity and multiculturalism.

Diverse Islamic groups have triggered a»revival of Islam«in Central Asia in the last decades. As a result, there has been a general securitization of Islam by the governments: not only do they combat the terrorist Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan but also outlaw popular groups such as the Gülen movement.

For a theoretically innovative framework for understanding “securitization of Islam”, a recommended further reading would be “Securitizing Islam, Identity and the Search for Security” by Stuart Croft, published in by Cambridge University Press. 3 See S Croft, Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Security, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 4 E Said, Covering Islam: How the Media and Experts See How We See the Rest of the World, New York: Pantheon, 5 P Anderson, Lineages of the Absolutist State, London: Verso,p 6 Ibid, pp– By securitizing Islam, the fear of ‘unofficial’ expressions of this religion.

the book shows how Islam facilitates the pursuit of more modest goals of agency and belonging, as opposed to. Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and perceptions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam.

'Securitization' describes the processes by which a particular group or issue comes to be seen as a threat, and thus subject to the perceptions and actions which.

Schluessel’s book traces the consequences of the Qing empire’s nineteenth-century project to make Xinjiang’s Turkic-speaking Muslims embrace a culturally Chinese identity.

Taking a social history perspective, the book examines the impact of this colonial project on families, on identity, and on current events in the province. book review Securitizing Islam: Identity and the Search for Security by Croft, Stuart.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp., £, ISBN 1 8. Get this from a library. Islam, Securitization, and US Foreign Policy.

[Erdoan A Shipoli] -- This book argues that Islam has been securitized in US foreign policy, especially during the W. Bush administration when it was increasingly portrayed as the ultimate "other." This securitization was. The books under consideration here, Croft’s Securitizing Islam and Morey and Yaquin’s Framing Muslims, are best examined through a review of the most significant commonalities and distinctions evident in comparing the conceptual themes, methodological approaches and.

Kees DE GROOT is Lecturer in Practical Theology and Religious Studies at Tilburg University. He has published on religion and mental health care, chaplaincy, religion and popular culture and sociology of religion.

His most recent book is The liquidation of the church (Routledge, ). Books shelved as anti-islam: Soumission by Michel Houellebecq, The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam by Douglas Murray, Le suicide fr. A book by the same name was published inand later republished by IIIT in Positing the conversations among the Abrahamic faiths as a "trialogue," al-Faruqi invited us to think about multilateral approaches to the interfaith deliberations.

and that fact allowed them to avoid the trap of securitizing Islam and Muslims. As a result. Securitizing Islam examines the impact of 9/11 on the lives and percep-tions of individuals, focusing on the ways in which identities in Britain have been affected in relation to Islam. ‘Securitization’ describes the processes by which a particular group or issue comes to be seen as a.

The Co-optation of Islam in Russia. Rebecca Fradkin. In Russia more than 14 million people—about 10 percent of the population—identify as Muslim.

1 Islam is the second largest religious group in the country, after Orthodox Christianity. Within the Russian Federation there are eight recognized Muslim republics: Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, Kabardino-Balkaria.

Securitizing policies have had a measurable impact all over Europe. In order to comprehend why the hard policies of (member states of) the European Union are widely considered as legitimate by the respective constituencies, it is crucial to analyze the political debate on the recent influx of refugees to Europe.

Professor Sir Gordon Duff studied Medicine at Oxford and St Thomas's Hospital, London, where he also gained a PhD in Neuropharmacology.

Following postgraduate medical training, he held junior faculty posts at Yale Medical School and the Howard Hughes Institute of Molecular Immunology.

4 Securitizing Islamic Terrorism. Over the past two decades, as part of the GWOT, Islamic terrorism has been subject to a process of securitization. Hence, in accordance with their norms and interests, many political actors in the US, Indonesia, and elsewhere have worked to portray Islamic terrorism as an extraordinary threat.

Yet. I don’t yet know if I will have the privilege of offering a third edition of The Fear of Islam. If that opportunity does arise, I have no doubt that both the political mainstreaming of Islamophobia and the systemic racializing and securitizing of Muslim populations will continue to feature prominently in the book.Author of The enlargement of Europe, British Security Policy, Culture, Crisis and America's War on Terror, Strategies of Arms Control, The end of superpower, The Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty, Critical Reflections on Security and Change (Contemporary Security Policy), Securitizing Islam.