Islamophobia existed in premise before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, but it has increased in prevalence and standing during the past decade. This volume introduces the reader to a broad spectrum of views on Islamophobia. Disparate viewpoints of issues are encapsulated in each chapter with the use of a question-and-response format. By evaluating contrasting viewpoints on topics such as Sharia law, whether America is Islamophobic, and the use of face veils by Islamic women, readers can attain a complete and balanced knowledge of the issues. Important facts, perfect for report writing, are dispersed throughout in eye-catching boxed insets, and an extensive bibliography is included.