The Strange Death of Europe is written by Douglas Murray (an English journalist). In the book, Douglas writes about subjects such as Muslims, multiculturalism and immigration. In the book, Murray shows that Muslim people are threatening figures but this idea of Muslims, in my outlook, reeks of illiteracy. The idea does not correctly represent followers of Islam around the world; Muslims would be threatening if they only participated in activities, such as supporting of terrorism and committing crimes, but Muslims, in general, do not do only those two things.
Furthermore, Douglas writes that Muslim immigrants would have drunk beer if they genuinely had wanted to think of themselves as British but if they would have done that then they would not be contributing to making Britain a multicultural country, as they do now. Murray also portrays purveyors of racist behavior in Europe – a few political parties, in a good light which is a very disagreeable thing to do. This is because any political party which swears by abusive behavior towards races which they feel are lowly is not a party that should be labelled a good party, irrespective of whether or not that party functions inside a multicultural society.
Douglas also feels that the presence of large numbers of Muslims in British society is a problem which is doubtable. I think a large presence of conservatism or primitiveness which followers of any faith could practice in British society – a modern and advanced society, is what could instead be more of a correct example of a problem.