Intercultural Communication in the Perspective of Orientalism and Colonialism Against Islamophobia

Warjio Warjio, Mardiah Mawar Kembaren


So far, Islamophobia has been understood primarily as a contemporary phenomenon and from a Western perspective. This fact is exacerbated by misunderstanding Islam's presence in the West. Islamophobia is not a new phenomenon. It has integrated into Western society and has its dynamics. The era of colonialism and the emergence of orientalism played an important role in intellectual discourse that is rarely expressed today. This article will go over two important topics: The first is to demonstrate the historical presence of Muslims in the West. Second, understand it from a colonial and Orientalist standpoint.

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