This paper is designed to provide an overview of Islamic radicalization in the state of Michigan. This report is divided into four sections. Part one contains the background on migration to Michigan and why the state is important to study. Part two contains the organization and explanation of the different types of Islamic institutions in the state of Michigan. Part three explains the radicalization process, terrorist organizations present in Michigan and terrorist activity in the state. Part four enfolds the main findings of the paper.
This article is part of the RED-Alert project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation Programme under grant agreement No 740688.