Muslims account for up to 8% of the Belgian population, and a whopping 25% in Brussels. Sunnis make up 98% of the Muslims in Belgium with a significant Wahhabi element with links to Saudi/ISIS radical Islam.
In the Sixties, hundreds of thousands of Moroccans and Turks came to the country as guest workers, many of whom are now unemployed and radicalized.
Mohammed has become most popular first name in both Brussels and Antwerp.
The Brussels terror network was spread across the poor ghetto neighborhoods of Molenbeek, Schaerbeek, and Laeken, where many of Salah Abdeslam’s accomplices grew up.
Recently, two Muslim politicians, Lhoucine Aït Jeddig and Redouane Ahrouch, vowed to implement radical Islamic Sharia law in Belgium.
Finally, Belgium has turned on immigrants in the wake of the Brussels terror attack as far-right groups are experiencing a massive surge in popularity.
Voorpost, a Belgian right wing organization says its membership has rocketed following the attacks in Brussels.
“A huge number of people have started supporting us online. We have had more than double the number of new members in the last three days,” Bart Vanpachtenbeke, the leader of the Voorpost has said.
“There is anger in Brussels now. I think there are dark times coming. We can’t give any information, but we are planning a lot of new protests. There is a lot of drastic action coming.”
Tom Van Grieken, leader of the anti-Islam Vlaams Belang party – Belgian equivalent of France’s Front National – reported that his party’s Facebook page gained 10,000 new likes overnight.
Finally, there is a real risk of violence against Muslims coming from Belgium’s right wing organizations.
The country’s inept Interior Minister, Jan Jambon, and Justice Minister, Koen Geens, have offered to resign over mistakes in investigations into the terror cells. The incompetent Belgium government has rejected their resignations.
Both men remain in their jobs, sparking not only public outrage but leading to increased attacks in Belgium and Europe by radical Islamists.
There are an estimated 6,000 radical Islamist ISIS “soldiers” in Europe thanks to Europe’s welcoming of over a million Syrian refuges into European countries.
President Obama plans to allow 70,000 Syrian refugees into the United States, initially putting them on welfare.