European Muslim Antisemitism is data, research, and analysis all wrapped into one in a compelling and digestible volume. This is a sociological study, not a psychoanalytical one, nor is it a historical or philosophical analysis. The author sent his teams out to interview Muslim men in London, Paris and Berlin. In London, the men being interviewed are mostly Pakistani. In Paris, they are mostly North African. In Berlin, they are mostly Turkish.
The interviewers asked questions about stereotypes about Jews and the Middle East conflict. The conclusions they come to are that there are many reasons for each of the Muslim male attitudes toward Jews. Many of the questions were intentionally open ended so that the subjects could continue to talk. While that makes it harder to quantify their answers, it also made the descriptions more useful in understanding the interviewees. Better to understand the person — not their hatred and attitude towards Jews which seems, almost universally throughout this work, to be based on national, religious hatred, and serious fears (whether founded or unfounded) of being attacked by Jews.each
This work is very important. It brings us that much closer to understanding the phenomenon of Muslim hatred towards the Jews of Europe.