Discussion of Political Participation by Muslims in America

Use it as a source for your research: Kenneth D. Wald and Allison Calhoun-Brown’s seventh edition of Religion and Politics in the United States 2014 M6 Conference on American Muslims’ Political Participation.
People who identify as Republicans or who indicate that they lean toward the Republican Party have more negative views of Muslims than their Democratic counterparts, according to a 2014 survey by the Pew Research Center opened in a new window. Additionally, according to a 2011 study opened in a new window, only 15% of Muslim Americans (roughly half) believe the Republican Party is friendly toward Muslims.

Why do you think Republicans are more likely than Democrats to have a negative perception of Muslims and Islam, and as a result, Muslim Americans say they have a chilly attitude toward the Republican Party?
Can the political agenda of Islam be advanced in a party structure that is not amenable to it?
What are the boundaries between politics and religion for the Muslim community in America and a nation dealing more and more with the political ramifications of religious pluralism in a democratic setting?
Throughout the module, please react to at least two separate peers after posting your initial response to the question(s) above. Keep in mind that successful class discussions require consistent and regular participation.

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