1. Introduction: Islam: A Passage to the WestThe failure of political Islam: and what? Islam as a minorityAcculturation and 'objectification' of IslamRecasting identities, westernising religiosityWhere are the Muslim reformers? Crisis of authority and self-enunciationReligion as identityThe triumph of the selfSecularisation through religion? Is jihad closer to Marx than to the Koran? What is Bin Laden's stategy?
2. Post-IslamismThe failure of political Islam revisitedFrom Islamism to nationalismStates without nation, brothers and stateThe crisis of diasporasIslam is never a stretegic factor as suchThe political integratoin of IslamistsFrom utopia to conservatismThe elusive 'Muslim vote'Democracy without democratsThe Iranian Islamic revolution: how politics defines religionIslamisation as a factor secularisationConservative re-IslamisationPost-Islamism: the privatisation of religion
3. Muslims in the WestHow to live as a sateless Muslim minorityHistorical paradigms of Muslims as a minorityAcculturation and identity reconstruction
4. The Triumph of hte Religios SelfThe loss of religious authority and the 'objectification' of IslamImmigration and reformulation of IslamThe crisis of authority and religious knowledgeThe religious market and the sociology of Islamic actorsIndividualisation of enunciation and propagandaFaith and selfHumanism, ethical Islam and salvationEnunciation of the selfRecommunitarisation and construction of identity
5. Islam in the West or the Westernisation of IslamThe building of Muslim 'churches'Neo-brohterhoos and New Age religiosity
6. The Modernity of an Archaic Way of Thinking: NeofundamentalismSources and actors of neofundamentalismThe basic tenets of neofundamentalismNeofundamentalists and IslamistsNeofundamentalists and radical violenceWhy is neofundamentalism successful? The new frontier of the imagined ummah
7. On the Path to War: Bin Laden and OthersAl Qaeda and the new terroristsDeterritorialisationRe-islamisation in the West Uprooting and acculturationThe peripheral jihadThe Western-born or second-generation MuslimsThe converts and the 'protest conversion'The subcontractorsThe future of Al Qaeda
8. Remapping the World: Civilisation, Religion and StrategyCulture, religion and civilisations: the conundrum of clash and dialogueThe debate on valuesMilitary strategy on abstract territories