Quello che mi preoccupa è l'atteggiamento dell 'Europa e dell' Occidente" dice Magdi Allam
In Yemen, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, the thirst for freedom and democracy has prompted search for compromise, war or repression. But the electoral victories of Islamist parties in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt, and the proclamation of Sharia as the source of the new Constitution (Libya for example) raises many questions in Europe, as explains the famous Italian Jounalist Magdi Cristiano Allam MEP (EFD Group).
Beyond the question of the democracy in these countries, he's above all more and more worried on the situation of Christian minorities massacred by Islamists in Africa and the Middle East. Last Sunday, a suicide car bomber had detonated his explosives outside a church in central church in the nation's north east. Six people were killed in the attacks and dozens of others were wounded. These attacks were the latest targeting Christian worshippers and the Islamist group "Boko Haram" had claimed responsibility. (video in Italian)