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The Islamisation of Rome: A shocking comparison between 1950 and 2010

After Italy adopted a structural immigration policy in 1981, the country changed quickly. A video gives some insight in the change of its capital, Rome, in just 60 years, reports Voice of Europe.

Of course Rome’s Colosseum isn’t filled with Muslims every day, but the number of Muslims in Italy has grown massively, which can be seen on the streets of Rome.
There was no mass Islamic migration to Italy until the late 1980s. Since the country changed its migration policy in 1981, the number of migrants doubled from 321,000 to 625,000 (1,1 per cent of the population) in just 10 years.
 
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