The recent migration wave to Europe from the Arab world thrusts to the fore for serious discourse, an issue the world has hitherto shied away from: the gradual Islamization of the world beginning with the west. The issue is not the Islamic faith itself. Certain elements of the faithful are imbued with hegemonic-domination tendencies marked by the excessive obsession to obliterate others’ cultures. This paper views the Euro/West-ward movement of the Muslim Arab refugees/migrants as a grand strategy for the Islamization agenda; the smuggled Islamists militias are its foot-soldiers. The West needs to interrogate its overextended human rights regimes.
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Alozieuwa, S. O. (2016). The West and the Rest of Us: Islamic Militancy, Refugee crisis and the Migration wave towards Europe. Journal of Interdisciplinary Conflict Science, 2(1), -. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/jics/vol2/iss1/1
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