Think Tank Predicts Half of Italians Could Be Muslim By 2100
New findings foretell possible 'Islamisation of Europe'
Mass migration and differing birthrates could be the main catalysts that could result in half of all Italians becoming Muslims by the year 2100, according to a think-tank prediction.
The findings were released by The FareFuturo foundation this week as part of their “First report on the Islamisation of Europe,” in cooperation with the national-conservative Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, according to Italian newspaper Il Giornale.
The report noted that Muslims represent 30.1 percent of all the foreign nationals in Italy in 2019, then stated that in 2018 the number grew
by 127,000, while Christians declined by 145,000.
The authors add that almost eight out of ten immigrants arriving in Italy are Muslims, and noted that the Muslim religion has much higher birthrates than native Italians.
The report states that Muslim women are having twice as many children than native Italians on average.
The Italian public has become increasingly concerned with “more effective interventions in terms of security, legality, and protection of culture and our customs,” the reports say.
Italian Statistics Bureau (ISTAT) released a report last year that predicted the decline in the population of natives of around ten percent by 2065.
Italy was ranked 212 out of 223 countries or new live births with 8.6 births per 1,000 citizens, in 2018
Populist leaders like former interior minister Matteo Salvini has repeatedly highlighted the population decline and has advocated for policies and incentives to increase the ailing birth rate.
Ten shiploads of African #migrants have appeared in the #MediterraneanSea as Italy's globalist Democratic Party (PD) pushes to open Italian borders to the third-world.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) September 4, 2019
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In May, Salvini called on populist parties to rise up, or some nations could become Islamic states.
Salvini emphasized points on immigration over the weekend following a meeting in Albenga and stressed the importance of a populist election victory, according to Il Giornale.
“Either we save Europe now, or we leave our children with an Islamic state based on fear and precariousness," he said.
Earlier this year, countries like Hungary announced countermeasures to increase native birth rates without relying on the globalist tactics of mass migrations.
Hungary's Foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has described the country's rejection of multiculturalism and mass migration as a resolution to market and demographic challenges.
Szijjártó explained how the country is favoring a more socially cohesive society along with 'pro-family' policies which support local people to 'upskill' and raise their own families.
“We have made it very clear during the debate in the European Union that we do not consider migration as a proper answer to our challenges regarding demography, or our challenges regarding the labor market,” he told Breitbart in an interview.