This thesis focuses on the phenomenon of Euro-Islam, which appears to be character-ized by an adaptation of European norms and values in the domain of Islam. Increased education amongst the second generation of immigrants, compared to the first gener-ation, has led to a transformation of Islam, which is highly relevant to Euro-Islam. Foucauldian methods of discourse analysis were used to examine the phenome-non of Euro-Islam, focusing on current issues. Furthermore, the reader will be intro-duced to Bassam Tibi and Tariq Ramadan, two central figures of Euro-Islam, and their discourses. Further areas of investigation are the contemporary topics of Muslims in Europe, the Clash of Civilizations and cultural differences, and how these are discussed within Euro-Islam. Furthermore, this thesis revises various lists of criteria under which considering Islam a part of European culture may be possible. It was found that the question of whether Islam can retain its authenticity is a central one in the discourses examined.