Why is it important to have a Muslim ban?

We all know that it is extremely important to keep a Muslim population within a certain amount of its size and size is crucial for survival.

But we all know it is even more important to do so in a country that has been infiltrated by a massive, global conspiracy to create a parallel society where Muslim populations are at least a thousand times larger than their European counterparts.

We are now witnessing a growing number of countries around the world with Muslim populations that are a hundred times or more larger than the majority population in their respective countries.

And the world has not been spared.

The United Kingdom is experiencing an unprecedented increase in Muslim populations.

In the UK, a recent study found that nearly 90 percent of the population is Muslim.

In France, the proportion is more than double.

This trend is not a one-time occurrence.

As a result of the Islamist agenda, Europe has seen a massive influx of refugees, many of whom have been radicalized and radicalized again.

As the world’s largest economy, Europe is the largest single source of refugees in the world.

In Germany, where there are approximately 20 million Muslim immigrants, there are nearly 200,000 refugees who have entered the country since the beginning of the year.

This is not an isolated phenomenon.

A recent study by the University of California at Berkeley found that a third of the German population is now Muslim.

According to the Pew Research Center, the United States is experiencing a surge of Muslim immigration.

Between 2015 and 2016, the number of Muslims in the United Kingdom increased from around 200,0000 to more than 2 million, with a further doubling of growth in 2017.

According the Pew study, the rise in Muslim migration is in part driven by the ideology of the Islamic State (ISIS), a group that is dedicated to establishing a global caliphate, or Islamic state, according to its online propaganda.

The Islamic State has become a primary recruitment tool for jihadists in Europe and the Middle East, with the group’s leaders making their first public appearance in the UK just days after the deadly attacks on Paris.

The rise of the ISIS has been linked to the migration crisis that is now sweeping the Western world.

The ISIS narrative is that Muslims who reject extremism, reject terrorism and embrace Islam are to blame for the rise of extremism.

This has led to a surge in radicalization in Europe, and is fueling the rise among refugees and asylum seekers seeking to make the dangerous journey to Europe, according the European Commission.

According of the European Parliament, the crisis has led many European countries to “impose strict controls on the flow of migrants from the Middle Eastern countries, as well as the number, location and number of asylum requests.”

There is a clear correlation between rising radicalization rates in the Middle-East and the migration wave that is sweeping Europe, as the migrant crisis has made Europe an increasingly attractive destination for those who are not prepared to flee their home countries.

It is not just refugees, but also asylum seekers who are fleeing from the chaos of war and poverty in their home region.

In fact, a study by Pew Research found that an overwhelming majority of Muslims who fled from conflict and conflict in the Muslim world are now living in Europe.

According an analysis of Pew Research, the overwhelming majority (81 percent) of refugees who entered Europe between 2015 and 2017 are Muslim.

The vast majority of them were born outside the Middle Ages and have been living in a state of perpetual conflict.

These are the migrants and asylum-seekers who are most vulnerable to being radicalized in Europe at a time when they are already vulnerable to radicalization among refugees.

The fact that this trend is continuing despite a global pandemic is a sign that Europe is indeed under threat.

The Middle East has been an important source of radicalization for decades.

Many of these fighters are not refugees, they are jihadis, and they are being radicalised by the influence of the global Islamic State and its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

According a Pew Research study, in the past five years, the vast majority (78 percent) have come from the region where the first ISIS leader, al-Qa’ida’s founder, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, was born.

According one estimate, the global Muslim population has grown by more than 3 billion people since the 9/11 attacks.

In addition, as many as 30 million people live in countries that are home to ISIS.

This group of people is the biggest threat to the security of the Western European Union.

The European Union is the single largest source of global funding for radicalized refugees, and the largest source for jihadists.

As such, it is imperative that the EU, and particularly the European Union as a whole, implement a Muslim immigration ban.

This ban should include a strict and thorough vetting of refugees coming from the Islamic world, including refugees who are from areas that have been the target of recent attacks.

The EU should ban all foreign fighters who are currently fighting in