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    • Yonatan
    • 23.05.13 | 17:51 (IDT)

    Europe is reaching the boiling point with regard to Moslems and Islam. What with large Muslim populations in many of Western Europe's major cities, what with the demands for Shari'a law (to which Britain has, in part, acquiesced), what with Islamist extremism in the strweets, what with the large influx of Muslims from Africa and Asia (which has in part been stopped), what with the heavy tax burden laid on the shoulders of the Europeans (for welfare support of so large a non-productive Moslem population, it will not be long before we witness Demonstrations, even violence, against Moslems in Europe.

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    First published 17:14 23.05.13 | Last updated 17:14 23.05.13
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