Recent violent attacks in Europe by suspected home-grown Islamic extremists have extinguished illusions about European multiculturalism. Europeans are now realizing they've allowed the emergence of separate, disadvantaged Islamic communities.
Sylvia Poggioli, NPR
Congregants pray in Rome's central mosque, the largest in Europe.
Throughout the continent, a debate rages on how to integrate rapidly growing Muslim minorities — many of whom feel contempt and hatred for their host societies. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli concludes a five-part series on Muslims in Europe.