PARIS – Chairman of the Center for Middle East Studies in Paris Abdul Rahim Ali concluded his lecture at the French parliament on Monday by referring to the problems facing the second generation of migrants in Europe.
He said although most of these migrants live in the suburbs of European capitals, they continue to be away from European and Western lifestyles.
Ali also talked about the challenges that will face the European continent with the return of Daesh members from the battlefields in Iraq and Syria.
Ali’s lecture at the French parliament focused on post-Daesh terrorism, the dangers inherent in terrorism financing, and the implications of this financing for Europe.
The lecture also focused on the role the Muslim Brotherhood and its international organization play in backing terrorist activities worldwide.