Despite Islamophobia, Muslims have earned high-profile positions in European governments. In the following video, we learn about how many Muslims are in these governments and how countries deal with the right of Muslims to be represented in leadership positions.
A recent study suggested that many European countries may become Muslim majority within the next 200 years, as a result of the rise in the Muslim birth rate and the increase in refugee migration, but that depends on the ability of Muslims to coexist and integrate into their European societies and achieve lasting stability.
The Nice Attack reveals that Muslims are the most affected by terrorism, as European countries began deporting immigrants from the Middle East. Western countries advised their Muslim citizens to avoid going to specific countries in Europe for fear of harassment.
Official statistics report that Muslims constitute approximately 5% of the population of Europe today, but this number is expected to increase significantly in the next thirty years. The European countries, Kosovo and Albania, will include the most Muslims.