Carr gracefully explores the way fifteenth-century Muslims, Jews and Christians who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula understood one another, before plunging into a story of conquests, crusades, assimilation and the expulsion of Jews and Muslims. However, a culture of fear and zealotry gained strength and culminated in the edict accusing the Moriscos of heresy, which led to the expulsion of tens of thousands.
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In that sense, Carr navigates issues of assimilation and integration rather elegantly, and arrives at carefully considered conclusions with his deft analysis of the events that led to the expulsion and its aftermath. Indeed, Carr has written a valuable cautionary tale for the public on the pathways that crystallise imaginary evils.
Carr shows that the spread of secularism in the twentieth century failed to act as a barrier to ethnic cleansing. Instead, bigotry and hatred have found new forms of legitimation and new outlets for their discourse. Technological changes have equally failed to act as a bulwark. Rather, in many ways, they have amplified these voices.
This febrile antagonism both resembles and encourages a narrative of fear, aided by metaphors of contagion and metastasis that serve primarily to dehumanise migrants.
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As Carr shows, these narratives would also be applied to Jews of nineteenth-century and early-twentieth-century Europe. Too often this logic has directly informed contemporary policies of assimilation which impose a model of social integration onto an imagined community, rather than negotiating cultural and social differences between host and guest cultures.
The statement was delivered in response to events earlier in the week, when the Spanish coastguard reported migrants had been rescued from drowning, including a baby. Making sense of these events and formulating policies to respond to the core problems that perpetuate them is no easy challenge.
Blood and Faith makes clear that bigoted, short-sighted, self-seeking grandiose gestures are not the solution.
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