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All Euro-Muslims?

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Submitted by Peter J. Herz (Taiwan), Dec 9, 2003 at 21:20

It is clear that Muslim immigration from the Middle East, northern Africa, and South Asia has fueled a lot of current European anti-Semitism--and the anti-Semitism of the Arab states has also been mediated to African-American Muslims, as well. But, has anyone observed the attitudes of "older" European Muslim communities such as Bosniaks, Albanians, Dobruja Turks-Tatars, and Polish "Tatars"? Also, what about Muslim immigrants in Europe from Sahel and West African countries like Niger and Senegal? What of Centra Asian immigrants?

This is a matter of curiosity. If there is a significant difference in attitudes towards Jews, there may be some hope for the future.
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