An Analysis of Islamophobia and the Anti-Islam Discourse Common Themes, Parallel Narratives, and legitimate Apprehensions

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Mohd Yaseen Gada



In the recent past, fear, hatred, and hostility toward Islam and Muslims in
the West have attracted increasing scholarly interest, a development that is
certainly commendable. Some important works have delved deeply into
the Western imagination and stereotyping of Islam and Muslims, among
them John Victor Tolan’s Medieval Christian Perceptions of Islam (1996)
and Saracens: Islam in the Medieval European Imagination (2002),
Fredrick Quinn’s The Sum of All Heresies: The Image of Islam in Western
Thought (2008), Matthew Dimmock’s Mythologies of the Prophet Muhammad
in Early Modern English Culture (2013),1 and Sophia Rose Arjana’s
Muslims in the Western Imagination (2015) ...

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