In some Muslim countries, for example, the prohibition applies only to Muslim women. Studying the architectural design of mosques provides relevant insights in the integration process of Muslim communities in the Netherlands. The early post-Soviet religiosity had an explicit hybrid character. In this presentation, I will discuss how purpose built mosques have integrated into the urban landscape of Dutch cities and towns. It shall be argued that whereas the former are experienced as symbolically relevant, the latter's function is that of enabling ethical self-transformation. At that time I witnessed a rapid Islamization of secular urban public space Muslims started to master after the end of Soviet antireligious persecutions. Honour crimes are not confined to Muslim communities only. The study is based on still unpublished anthropological data I gathered in Dagestan in the s.
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