THINK SLOVAKIA. With with a population of roughly 5000, Muslims in Slovakia are a tiny minority. The fact that that there is not a single mosque in the country and no Islamic teaching in any school whatsoever, and never will be, is reason enough for considering a move there.
Defiant America Slovakia is one country where Muslims have no religious rights. Islam is not recognized as a religion, nor is it allowed to be taught in any school. Islamic marriages are not legal in Slovakia, either. For the tiny minority of Muslims (5,000) who do live there, no mosques or Islamic centers can be built. Slovakia was occupied by the Turkish Muslim Ottomans for 200 years. They won’t makes that mistake again.
The opinion on Islam among the Slovaks is generally unfavorable – from former Prime Minister Robert Fico claiming that Islam has no place in Slovakia, to the Parliament banning the recognition of Islam as an official religion, to its borders only accepting Christian migrants, it’s not hard to tell Slovakia wants little to do with Muslims.
Slovakia is the last member state of the European Union without a mosque. In 2000, a dispute erupted about the building of an Islamic center in Bratislava: the capital’s mayor refused such attempts of the Slovak Islamic Waqfs Foundation.
In 2015, amidst the European illegal alien Muslim invasion crisis, Slovakia agreed to admit 200 Christian asylum seekers but refused to accept Muslims under an EU scheme to share migrants between member states.
Although the EU has experienced much crisis due to massive Muslim influx, they still label Slovakia’s politics as “Islamophobic.” However, the politicians in this peaceful, terror-free country haven’t changed their stance!
According to some of the country’s politicians, Islam is a serious threat. “Islamization begins with kebab and in Bratislava, it has already begun. So understand what it could be like in 5-10 years,” says MP Andrej Danko. “Every normal European, Christian or atheist fears this satanic pedophile creation of the devil,” rumbles another critical MP.