|ORIENTALISM, ISLAMOPHOBIA AND INTEGRATION: MULTI-PRONGED APPROACH
|Mariya Levchenko, Liliya Kuriy
|Abstract. Scientific Trend of Orientalism and its relation to Islamophobia. Islamophobia as a phenomenon forced by the policies of the West. Muslims who are residents in the West feel a discriminatory attitude towards them, expressed in various spheres of life: at work and in educational institutions, in domestic issues, in the mass media. The terms "islamic revival", "islamic fundamentalism" are used referring to movements that seek to appeal to religious, social and political experience of Islam since the Prophet Muhammad. Every Muslim until the present day, with a few exceptions in some countries where it is not encouraged or prohibited, has the right to acquire multiple wives with a single imperative: he must have the means to support them
|Key words: orientalism, islamophobia, integration, Muslim society
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