The massacre of the Charlie Hebdo staff in Paris on January 7th and the hostage crisis and tragic killing of four Jewish shoppers two days later, has sent shock waves around the world. Those who have been observing the social and demographic crises of Europe for some time were not surprised. It is the continuation of a long line of distrubrances which have rocked Europe over the past 20 years. The multicultural policies of Europe, wherein Muslim enclaves have been encouraged to develop their own culture which would be respected and encouraged by Europeans have proved to be spectacularly ill conceived. Today, hundreds, if not thousands of ' No Go Zones' exist all over Europe and the restiveness of local Muslim populations, to the point of explosion, presents the gravest threat to the survival of European civilization since the advent of Nazism.
What do European leaders propose to do about this situation? Is it too late to do anything? Without guaranteed protection, should Jews leave France and other European countries? What will Europe look like in 20 years?
These and other questions will be addressed by a range of European experts who are standing in the heart of the problems today.