Europe suffering under inoperable 'cancer,' says expert

Thursday, April 28, 2016
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

illustration of mosqueA Middle East expert says when it comes to the influx of Muslim immigrants, Europe is like a Stage 4 cancer patient too far gone to be saved.

In their eagerness to embrace diversity and multiculturalism, European countries have often turned a blind eye to the undemocratic views of Muslim migrants who have refused to assimilate into their cultures. In countries like Sweden and Germany, for example, women now live in fear as rapes and other crimes are on the rise.

"Unfortunately - and it saddens me to say this - but Europe is finished," says
Brigitte Gabriel, founder and president of Act for America and one of the leading national security experts in the world on the rise of Islamic terrorism. "There is no way at this point of turning Europe around."

Pointing to Germany as an example, Gabriel asks: What can that country do about its situation? Once Muslim migrants are in, she argues, little can be done to to get them out.

"You're going to deport one-million people? How are you going to deport them? Where are you going to send them to?" she wonders.

According to Gabriel, the situation in Europe is dire. "Europe is at Stage 4 cancer," she says. "It's very difficult to let somebody survive a Stage 4 cancer."

Carrying the analogy further, Gabriel likens the situation in America to Stage 2 cancer where "you can save somebody when you go in and operate and do chemo and do whatever you have to do and get the cancer out and save the body."

Gabriel is author of They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It.

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