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Multicultural policies have been in vogue in the West for at least the past 30 years. The notion that all foreign cultures and ideologies must be respected and even admired alongside Western culture and values has opened many in the West to see and appreciate the way other peoples in the world live and observe their own faith. However the same tolerance and pluralism which the West exhibits has not as often been reflected back at these societies by the minorities so earnestly welcomed. Instead, the freedoms offered certain minorities are used against the very same host societies, resulting in the raising of new generations of young men and women who have no tolerance for the values and mores of the West and who often turn violently against them. This conference, offering the opinions and experiences of commentators drawn seven countries, will examine the growth of multicultural society and whether theses policies, spawned in good faith, have resulted in a terrible dilemma with which Western leaders, seeking to save their own countries from civil collapse, are now forced to confront.
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