Britain and British Muslims: A Long- Lasting Relation of Assimilation and Pro-action between East and West

Abdelhak Mejri


The current relation between Britain and its British Muslim citizens has been continuously a relation of assimilation and pro-action. This paper seeks to show whether the  effects of British colonialism in the Indian sub-continent may by themselves account for the subsequent conflictual relation between a Western exclusive consensus and an Eastern insular one. It is an attempt to examine if,    under some other ample impacts of changing local and global times and politics, other local and global circumstances need to be considered in the apprehension of the ongoing relation between East and West, currently termed North and South. Excluding some vital individual needs, the present assimilation-pro-action theme seems to have penetrated different minds and spaces despite the hindrances of distances and frontiers.



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