Integrating Muslims is “practically impossible” says Czech President, Milos Zeman
Well-known for his anti-migrant position and rhetoric, the Czech President asserted during a TV interview that the experience of western European countries based on “ghettos and excluded localities shows that the integration of the Muslim community is practically impossible”.
Consequently, only similar cultures can proceed to a successful integration. Milos Zeman relied on the example of the Vietnamese and Ukrainian communities in Czech Republic and on New Year’s Eve assaults in Cologne.
Last December, M. Zeman also said that the large influx of refugees is an “organized invasion” imputable to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in order to gradually take control over Europe.
However, despite the acceptance by the Czech government of an EU quota scheme of 160 000 asylum seekers and Milos Zeman’s concerns, few asylum seekers desire to stay in Czech Republic.
A claim coming as the Austrian Defense Ministry issues a military answer to increasing migrant influx on the German-Austrian border: a tempting solution for other countries such as Slovenia, particularly in the current security context.
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