MUSLIM POLYGAMISTS EUROPE MIGRATION
MUSLIMS LEAVING WAR TORN AREAS OF SYRIA, IRAQ & OTHER MUSLIM COUNTRIES, BRINGING POLYGAMY WITH THEM.
More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, compared with just 280,000 the year before. Among the forces driving people to make the dangerous journey are the conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan resulting in a Muslim polygamists Europe migration into many areas undocumented.
With the US and its allies invasion of Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and now Syria, many civilians are becoming displaced, losing family members and their homes due to the bombings and other wartime activities. Many of those displaced have immigrated to Europe or are planning to immigrate to European countries. With the Muslim polygamists Europe migration brings immigrants then, will come terrorists and others who plan on disrupting the Europeans way of life. Some of these actions will be for revenge for the damage done to their countries. Along with these immigrants will be many polygamists, men with 3 or 4 wives. It is estimated that 30% of the married men are polygamists. Polygamy in itself will cause many problems for the European Countries. Other problems of the Muslim Polygamists Europe migration will be caused by the practice of sharia law and the Muslims distaste for mixing with the local inhabitants. Many Muslims also have a distaste for Christianity.
Throughout Europe today, it is not uncommon to see women wearing headscarves or burkahs and men with skullcaps and beards. On many European streets, you will see shops with business signs in Arabic and other Near Eastern languages. You will see people selling exotic looking products from the Middle East and other Muslim countries. Indeed in the space of a few years, whole neighborhoods in cities like Birmingham, Rotterdam & Paris have been transformed. Streets that for years of European history are now playing host to non-Western people and culture. This is the new Europe, one which a rapidly growing Muslim population is making its presence known. Muslims are still minorities in Western and Central European countries, making up approximately 5% of the European population.
Islam is already the fastest growing religion in Europe. Because of immigration and high birth rates, the number of Muslims on the continent has tripled over the past 30 years. Many forecasters predict a higher rate of growth in the coming years. The social impact of this growing population is magnified by a low birthrate among the natives. After a post-World War 11 baby boom, birthrates in Europe have dropped to an average of 1.45 children per couple, far below the 2.1 needed to keep the population growth at replacement levels.
Among these demographic shifts lies a bundle of social challenges. While many have become successful in their new homes and speak the local language, many others do not speak the local language and are poor and often jobless. Moreover, segregation, by choice or necessity, is common, with large numbers of Muslims living in ghettos where the crime and poverty rates are high.
Polygamy is also a problem as most European countries do not permit polygamy. The Muslims marry the first wife and then have an Eman perform non-recognized marriages for the following wives. This makes it difficult for the women as they are not recognized as being married, so they receive no support from the local authorities. This leaves them at the mercy of their husbands. Polygamy has its own problems with child abuse and the forced marriages of young girls to older men.
It is predicted by many statisticians that the Muslim population will double by the year 2050. The biggest problem conceived by some is how to integrate the Muslim population with the locals.