Sixty years ago the Nazi regime collapsed and the people of Germany created a new society. Within ten years after the war concluded Germany was on the road to economic prosperity and its people decided that doing the dirty jobs of a society should be handled by people from other lands. “Guest workers” entered Germany and as the years progressed they assumed responsibility for doing hard physical labor. Of course, these “guest workers”had children, they went to school in Germany, and some went on to a university education. Children of immigrants tend to divide with some absorbing religion and customs of elders while others become engaged with the country they inhabit along with its customs.
During the past year, Islamist organizations in Germany experienced a surge of support. Milli Gorus, a major Islamist group saw its membership rise from 38,800 to 42,550. The numbers are rather small given the number of