The Islamic Republic of Holland

O'Sullivan, John
July 2005
National Review;7/18/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 13, p37
Offers a discussion about political conditions in Holland and the reasons why Dutch voters said no to the European Union constitution. Claim that Dutch voters are upset over immigration, the economy, and the current government; Increase of immigration to Holland and accompanying policies of multiculturalism; Discussion of the murders of gay libertarian leader Pim Fortuyn and filmmaker Theo van Gogh; Concern within the Dutch society as to how to deal with a growing Muslim minority; Claim that the Muslim identity is resistant to assimilation.


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