Gadzhimuradova G.I. Muslims In Europe Between EuropeanAnd IslamicValues: Identity Crisis. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 2020, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp. 133-138.



Gadzhimuradova G.I. Muslims In Europe Between EuropeanAnd IslamicValues: Identity Crisis. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 2020, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp. 133-138.
ISSN 1313-888X
DOI: 10.5840/bjp202012216
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: 14.12.20

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Gadzhimuradova G.I. Muslims In Europe Between EuropeanAnd IslamicValues: Identity Crisis. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 2020, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp. 133-138.
Gadzhimuradova G.I. Muslims In Europe Between EuropeanAnd IslamicValues: Identity Crisis. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 2020, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp. 133-138.

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A world in constant motion, in a state of migration turbulence, presents humanity with new challenges and risks. Globalization is a blessing or a tragedy for humanity, occasioning the problem of how to preserve ones identity, remaining ones own among strangers while, at the same time, not becoming a stranger among ones own. Integration processes in the world today are met with resistance by multidirectional processes that encourage a critical engagement with all spheres of life in modern society in order to counteract forces of depersonalization and the disappearance of one's identity one's self as expressed in the preservation of one's ethnic group, culture, religion, and so on. This is especially evident in attempts at preserving identity within Muslim communities in European countries. Given the growing Muslim population in Europe, it has become obvious that European and Islamic values are opposed in the context of preserving one's own identity, which is increasingly manifested in a religiouscontext. Europe today has become a hostage of its values, which are despised by many of the immigrants who have poured into its borders. These are tolerance, political correctness, multiculturalism, democracy, and freedom of speech, among others, which are perceived as weakness and indecision. Eastern mentality, habits, and traditions are sometimes very different from European ones. The author examines the transformation of Muslim identity and the compatibility of European and Islamic values. The article also presents the opinions of various researchers on this issue, and provides possible scenarios for the trajectory of events, given continued intercultural contact through immigration and given the stakes and state of this collision of values.

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globalization integration migration crisis identity islamic and european values

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