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Lessons from Holland November 19, 2006

Posted by tkcollier in Geopolitics, Politics, Religion.
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Lessons from Holland

This article challenges the pessimistic inevitably of Eurabia opined in the next 2 postings.
Europe’s challenge: The murders of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh and politician Pim Fortuyn, as well as the Danish cartoon riots, have led some to declare that Western Europe is in the throes of a new clash of civilizations pitting Muslim immigrants against non-Muslims. Senior writer Dan Gardner visited Holland and Denmark recently and found that, while there are some serious problems, the situation is not as bleak as it is often depicted. Click on the title to read.

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