Supporters of mass migration in Germany, in particular in politics and in the media, typically dispute that feelings of insecurity resulting from mass migration have a basis in reality. They ridicule people who express such feelings as having “diffused fears” or phobias like “islamophobia” and “xenophobia” …
The sentence “What they bring us is more valuable than gold” was uttered by Martin Schulz about the refugees streaming into Germany during 2015 and 2016 …
Scientific and philosophical inquiry was non-existent among the Arab tribes at the time Muhammad started his new religion, Islam, beginning of the 7th century. By the 9th century, however, areas ruled by Islam became important centers of science and philosophy. This Islamic “Golden Age” lasted several hundred years, but then a decline followed, from which science under Islam never since recovered. Why did this happen? And why was there a different development in Europe?
Europe pulled itself out of its “Dark Ages”, by its own effort. A number of “renaissances” during the Middle Ages were important mile stones in this development.
Many people in academia, politics and media state that Islamic civilization played a “decisive” role in establishing European cultural identity. Thus, a “debt” to Islam is supposed to exist in at least two ways.
1286 years ago, in the month of October, somewhere between Tours and Poitiers in current-day France, a European army stopped a Muslim invasion into the heart of France.