Publication Date: February 2005
Publisher: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Author(s): Ben Cohen
Research Area: Culture and religion
Keywords: Political Behavior; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Community Relations
Coverage: Great Britain
The main issue dividing Jewish and Muslim communities in Great Britain is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The author assesses the emergence of a British Muslim political consciousness and its implications for Muslim-Jewish relations in the country, especially as a more unified Muslim identity emerges. The author provides a review of the political orientation, ethnic composition, social position and organizations of British Muslims.
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