After the terrorist attacks conducted by radical Islamists in France and Belgium 2015-16, there have been calls for deeper understanding of Islam in Europe. However, as the interest in Muslims rises at a time of global Islamic terrorism threat, there is a danger that Islam is analysed only through the lens of radicalisation and security threat. This approach would not only rule out many other possible perspectives and create a potentially biased vision of Muslims’ everyday life practices in Europe, but would also leave unnoticed many social and cultural aspects that shape the lives of the large Muslim majority, those who are often referred to as ‘moderate Muslims’.