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Charlie Hebdo view

The recent terrorism in France – the murder of journalists at the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris – encourage a new European trend: the argument that, supposedly, Islam is incompatible with European cultures, and that Muslims cannot be integrated into European societies. Both these views must be fought by mainstream European leaders. So writes Dr Jonathan Eyal, International Director and International Studies Director at the defence and security think-tank RUSI (the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies).

For the viewpoint in full visit the RUSI website.

In a separate article, he argues that France is sitting on a social and political volcano that virtually guarantees trouble of this kind over the years to come.

And view also on the RUSI website a video on the implication for security agencies.


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