Interview with Latifa Ben Mansour

Posted by John Rosenthal

 
The Algerian-born linguist and novelist Latifa Ben Mansour has lived in France for over twenty years. She has been a sharp critic of the ravages wrought by “Islamism” or, as she prefers to put it, Muslim “Fundamentalism” in her home country and a keen observer of the rise of kindred movements in Europe. As a special supplement to Issue 1:1 of the Transatlantic Intelligencer Quarterly, we are happy to be be able to bring you an extensive interview with Latifa Ben Mansour on
“Islam, ‘Fundamentalism’, and the French Banlieues”.

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