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1. Introduction ; 2. Connections: Two Kahns, two bombings ; 3. Radicalization: Europe's Angry Muslims Up Close ; 4. The European web of jihad networks ; 5. The road was paved with good intentions ; 6. The Europeans from Mars: a "French Intifida"? ; 7. Assimilation and Terror: An Anatomy ; 8. European racism: the bigotry that dares not speak its name? ; 9. Where the One-Eyed Man is King ; 10. The Danish Cartoon Controversy; large events and small beginnings ; 11. WHAT IS BEING DONE ; 12. Solutions
Robert S. Leiken is the Director of the Immigration and National Security Program at The Nixon Center, as well as a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. His commentaries have appeared in the major American newspapers and his reports and essays in Foreign Affairs, The New York Review of Books, The New Republic, The Weekly Standard, Foreign Policy, The Times Literary Supplement, Commentary, Washington Post Outlook, The Los Angeles Sunday Times and The Political Science Quarterly.
An in-depth study, based on extensive field research and interviews, of the dynamics that have created the ground for Europe to become a hotbed of Islamist extremism by its second generation of Muslim immigrants. * Joshua Sinai, Perspectives on Terrorism * What Robert Leiken does most adeptly is to synthesise and consolidate much of the existing work from the last decade into a well-written study * Literary Review * A critical examination of the historical factors and conditions that produced the conflictual relations between the Muslim minority communities and their European hosts. Leiken's narrative ... produces important insights. * Washington Times * He writes with eloquence, bringing to life the grim realities of the French banlieues and of the back-to-back houses of immigrant families in Leeds, where his requests for information met an impenetrable wall of silence. * The Economist * Extensively sourced, robustly argued...timely and provocative. * Publisher's Weekly * Leiken brings and interestingly broad perspective to the subject and takes time to get to grips with some of the detailed and nuanced, often conflicting, aspects of the topic. ... the book is a very useful addition to the genre. It is written in a very accessible style and brings much-needed nuance and a well-grounded set of perspectives that help the reader to form a more rounded picture of the complex dynamics involved. * Dilwar Hussain, The Muslim World Book Review *