Contents: Introduction, Joshua D. Freilich and Rob T. Guerette. Part I Migration, Religion, Culture and Terrorism: Terrorism rediscovered: the issue of politically inspired criminality, Hans-Heiner Kuhne; Culture or conflict? Migration, culture conflict, and terrorism, Roland Eckert; The 21st Century Kulturkampf: Fundamentalist Islam against occidental culture, Shlomo Giora Shoham; Immigration, security and civil liberties post 9/11: a comparison of American, Austratian and Canadian legislative and policy changes, Matthew R. Opesso, Joshua D. Freilich and Graeme R. Newman. Part II Migration and Offending Issues: Religiosity and crime: attitudes towards violence and delinquent behavior among young Christians and Muslims in Germany, Katrin Brettfeld and Peter Wetzels; Immigration and juvenile delinquency in Germany, Kerstin Reich; The prison situation of foreigners in Japan, Koichi Miyazawa and Philipp Osten; Media, evil and society: media use and its impacts on crime perception, sentencing attitudes and crime policy in Germany, Christian Pfeiffer, Michael Windzio and Matthias Kleimann. Part III Organized Crime, Trafficking and Refugees: The United Nations global programme against trafficking in human beings: results from phase I of 'coalitions against trafficking in human beings in the Philippines', Alexis A. Aronowitz; Transnational organized crime and trafficking of human beings, Fusun Sokullu-Akinci; Refugees and human rights: an international law perspective, Turgut Tarhanli. Part IV Responding to the Victimization of Migrants: Preventing migrant deaths: a possible role for situational crime prevention, Rob T. Guerette; Providing a helping hand to battered immigrant women: the professionals' perspectives, Edna Erez and Linsey Britz; Dealing with domestic violence in India: a problem solving model for police, Mangai Natarajan; Index.