Erdogan like Boumediene: the Islam demographic challenge to Europe

One day, millions of men will leave the Southern Hemisphere to go to the Northern Hemisphere. And they will not go there as friends. Because they will go there to conquer it. And they will conquer it with their sons. The wombs of our women will give us victory,” said Algerian leader Houari Boumediene at the United Nation in 1974.

The European Union is ignoring a demographic time bomb: a recent rush into the EU by migrants, including millions of Muslims, will change the continent beyond recognition over the next two decades, and almost no policy-makers are talking about it, The Telegraph reports.

Turkish leader Erdogan also stated: “I am calling out to my citizens, by brothers and sisters in EuropeHave not just three but five children !The place in which you are living and working is now your homeland and new motherland. Open more businesses, enroll your children in better schools, make your family live in better neighborhoods, drive the best cars, live in the most beautiful houses,” he said. “That’s because you are the future of Europe. It will be the best answer to the vulgarism, antagonism, and injustice made against you.”

Meanwhile, Mohammed has become the most popular name for newborn boys in Britain, Norway, Netherlands and in Belgium. 

Islam is considered to replace Christianity as most popular religion after 2050: there were 1.6 billion Muslims in the world as of 2010 – roughly 23% of the global population – according to a Pew Research Center estimate. But while Islam is currently the world’s second-largest religion (after Christianity), it is the fastest-growing major religion.

Muslims will grow by 73 per cent between 2010 and 2050, compared to 35 per cent for Christians, the next fastest-growing faith.