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The Low Countries and Islam. Historical Relations and Present Debates
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The Low Countries and Islam. Historical Relations and Present Debates

(Karel Steenbrink) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 100-107

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In the period between 1600 and 1945 parts of the Islamic world were subject to Dutch colonial power. From 1965 to the present day there has been for the first time an increasing Muslim presence in the Low Countries. Today when Netherlands and Flanders/Belgium seem to be secularised, suddenly, an Islamic identity is clamouring for attention. The national debate in both countries is paradoxically increasingly concerned with religion and culture.

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