Wednesday, March 23, 2016

There's a stranger in my house

The attacks in Belgium brings into focus the problem - Muslims living in their own areas of European countries when the host country's laws rarely apply.
More than 20 years ago, Count Alexandre de Marenches, longtime head of French intelligence, told me that the greatest threat to his nation’s security was “an entire nation living within our country whose language we do not speak, whose customs and religion, whose hopes and fears we do not understand.” He was referring, even then, to the Islamic communities that have only multiplied in recent years and promise to multiply even further with the arrival of thousands of new refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Time to pay attention to this development.

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