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A Decade of Suspicion: Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11

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A Decade of Suspicion : Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11. / Rytter, Mikkel; Pedersen, Marianne Holm.

I: Ethnic and Racial Studies, Bind 37, Nr. 13, 2014, s. 2303-2321.

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Rytter, M & Pedersen, MH 2014, 'A Decade of Suspicion: Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11', Ethnic and Racial Studies, bind 37, nr. 13, s. 2303-2321. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2013.821148

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Rytter, Mikkel og Marianne Holm Pedersen. "A Decade of Suspicion: Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11". Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2014, 37(13). 2303-2321. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2013.821148

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Rytter, Mikkel ; Pedersen, Marianne Holm. / A Decade of Suspicion : Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11. I: Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2014 ; Bind 37, Nr. 13. s. 2303-2321.

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title = "A Decade of Suspicion: Islam and Muslims in Denmark after 9/11",
abstract = "In 2011, al-Qaeda leader, Osama Bin Laden, was killed in Pakistan andthe US president, Barack Obama, concluded a decade of global {\textquoteleft}waragainst terror{\textquoteright}. In light of this, it seems only sensible to explore whatimplications the post-9/11 international developments have had on a localbasis in specific national contexts. With this in mind, this article focuseson Denmark and discusses how the critical event of 9/11 motivated asecurity/integration response, including various pre-emptive measuresthat have cast the Muslim population as the usual suspects. It will discusshow these changes have affected the everyday lives of ordinary DanishMuslims over the last ten years and changed the relationship betweenmajorities and minorities. Finally, it will also examine how and whyrecent national and international events have created the potential foranother shift in majority-minority relations.",
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