Publisher: Policy Press
Number of pages: 296
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
"This highly engaging book charts the pervasive and politically motivated racialization of Muslim communities in Britain today. Detailed in its use of evidence and comprehensive in its analysis, it should be compulsory reading for everybody interested in the working of the state." Nasar Meer, University of Edinburgh
"Makes for important reading not only to rectify the injustices committed in the unfolding of the affair, but as part of the continued debate on what values should be promoted in schools, how these values should be interpreted, and their compatibility with religious expression." Journal of Education Policy
"An assiduous, impeccably researched account of the events that took place in Birmingham....utterly devastating reading. I cannot recommend it strongly enough." Peter Oborne, journalist.
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