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Today, in the United Kingdom, the most popular name given to baby boys is Mohammad. Some of Belgium’s largest cities now have Muslim majorities. These are just some examples of the growing phenomenon that is Eurabia, the Islamization of Europe.
Muslims are rapidly immigrating to Europe. But they are not adapting to European culture. Instead, many of them are attempting to conform European society to their own ideals.
A poll conducted by the London Telegraph reveals that 40 percent of British Muslims want Sharia introduced in Great Britain. It should be no surprise that the Islamic population in Britain is multiplying 10 times faster than the rest of the society,
Furthermore, Europeans are not replenishing themselves. Low birthrates among Europeans, and high birthrates among Muslim immigrants are quickly turning Europe into an extension of the Muslim world.
VIDEO - Through uncontrolled Muslim immigration Sweden has ‘made its own bed’ and now has to sleep in it. These comments of Pat Condell, which aired just weeks before the December suicide bombing in Sweden, are enlightening.