The Islamic world is more and more secularized, the French political scientist Olivier Roy told AgenSir.it (August 21),
“Not all Muslims are believers, just as not all Europeans are Christians.”
According to Roy there is an increasing cleavage between Islamic faith and the surrounding culture that is more and more secularized. Roy sees this especially in the countries of the Maghreb.
In Tunisia, a movement in the middle and upper classes of society demands a French-style secularism with a separation between religion and state.
Roy also notices that a more liberal and secularized Islam is developing in France, Great Britain and Germany.
[If Islam will follow this path, it will go down the same drain as the Novus-Ordo-Church.]
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