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The first page is for Norwegians. The second is for Swedes, Danes, Finns, and more. The first page contains the "Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnic" (Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnic) countries.
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Norman Davies: It's interesting how different the whole debate around immigration is from the debate about Islam. It's not that we're against immigration. On the other hand it's quite an interesting question about how to understand a group of people, and that can be a good and a bad thing. We've never been a very good example of multiculturalism. I don't know, I'd like to know more about the problems in Britain. But in Holland, which is one of our more liberal and cosmopolitan countries, they're very well integrated. I think this is a very strange thing, they've made a choice not to integrate. In France they've integrated pretty well. If you want to talk about a culture that isn't that much different from ours, that is a bit of a paradox.
In the last ten years in the United States, the number of mosques has grown from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands. But when you look at their effect on the local population, it's hard to see that the change is anything positive. We have a lot of Muslims who go to mosque, they have to be vetted, and even though it's a lot more convenient for the government to check the ID, it's very inconvenient for the Muslim community. So that's the story of Islam. In the end, it's a religion and a faith. It's not the government that's responsible for Islam; it's the followers. Islam is a religion, it's a belief system, and it's a social system. But it's not an authoritarian state with the army and the police, and with the people being punished if they disagree with the government. If they're a Muslim, they're welcome, they're loved. I mean, that's the way it is in India. You'll be welcomed and loved and welcomed and loved. And that's where edmonton muslim our world is headed. I mean, we are all part of one big family.
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