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Muslim Leaders and the State in Contemporary Tatarstan

A Case Study
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Part of the Wiener Beiträge zur Islamforschung book series (WSI)

Abstract

Prior to the Ukrainian crisis, the Russian mass media was dominated by the issue of radical Islam. Despite the shift in public interest to the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, issues concerning Islam’s everyday existence and the functioning of various branches and movements of Islam in Russian society continue to linger both in the pages of news publications and the day-to-day lives of ordinary Russians. The Internet overflows with sites and fora dedicated to Muslim problems.

Keywords

Saudi Arabia Russian Society Persimmon Fruit Islamic Education News Publication 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kazan National UniversityKazanRussland

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