What could go wrong? “Europe’s Muslim population triples in 30 years,” from the Pak Tribune, September 3 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
KARACHI: Europe’s Muslim population has tripled over the last 30 years. Many European see Islam as a threat and Muslim fundamentalism as a challenge to their values, particularly those related to women.
These views were expressed by eminent scholars aIslam, tolerance,
nd speakers during a workshop on “Multiculturalism in Europe in the light of International Developments after 9/11” organised by University of Karachi Area Study Centre for Europe in collaboration with the Hanns Seidel Foundation, here the other day.
In the opening remarks, Prof Dr Moonis Ahmar threw light on the concept and prospects of multiculturalism. He posed a question that to what extent multiculturalism may succeed or not succeed? In his views, multiculturalism requires tolerance and respect.Unfortunately, as we have seen again and again, that tolerance and respect is all one-way. Muslims again and again demand special accommodation for their laws and customs, but never grant such accommodation to the infidels.