The first directly elected president of Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, has repeatedly condemned the inflow of Muslims into Europe and claimed that it is a planned invasion of Europe by Muslims.
Now, in a televised interview, he stated that it is practically impossible to integrate Muslims in Europe and added that Muslims are free to have their culture in their countries and avoid bringing it into Europe. In his own words:
“The experience of Western European countries which have ghettos and excluded localities shows that the integration of the Muslim community is practically impossible,”
It can be recalled that early this month, thousands of Muslims were said to have raped over 100 women in Cologne, Germany, during the new year eve.
In Germany, women have been asked to cover-up and avoid dressing in a way that would attract men on the streets.
Women are generally treated as second-class citizens in Muslim countries. In a strict Muslim country such as Saudi Arabia, women were finally allowed to vote for the first time in election on 12 December 2015.
However, Saudi Arabia continues to struggle to improve it’s bad image. It is not surprising that while other European countries have been merged into European Union, Turkey, a firm NATO member, is still left out due to it’s strict interpretation of Muslim laws.
Due to the inhuman terrorist activities perpetrated by Islamists to the detriment of peace among mankind, Angola became the first country to ban Islam when it declared Islam illegal and shuts down all mosques across the country on 25 November 2013.
In the same vein, Republican, Donald Trump called for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until the U.S. government is able to figure out what is actually going on. Should Islam be banned in United States?
Over 250,000 Britons have urged their government to ban Donald Trump from their country after Trump said Muslims should be denied entry into the United States. Some Israeli politicians are also asking their government to ban Trump from entering their country.