Deutsche Welle reports Experts fear new conflicts after a study published this week showed most Germans doubt the Western and Islamic worlds can peacefully coexist.
The Dutch may be ignoring the problem, a la Chamberlain, but at least the Germans are not.Mistrust of the 3 million Muslims living in Germany appears to be growing. In spite of official attempts to promote dialog among religions,
If Islam could be reformed, and brought into the 21st century, dialog would be possible, but the Islamists want to take everything back to the middle ages.distrust of Islam continues to grow, with 60 percent of Germans expecting tension between traditional German society and immigrants from Muslim countries, according to an Allensbach study commissioned by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. "Germans are increasingly of the opinion that a lasting, peaceful coexistence with the Islamic world will not be possible," the researchers said in the survey, released Wednesday. Some 56 percent of Germans said they believed a "clash of cultures" already exists,
It is not a "clash of cultures" or even a "clash of civilizations", but rather a clash between civilization and a lack thereof.partly a result of recent incidents that received a large amount of media attention, according to the survey's authors Elisabeth Noelle and Thomas Petersen.