Based on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership program, the EU requires the admission of 56 million Muslims to its structures, and therefore borders must remain unprotected and open.
Migration from Islamic countries will change the life on the European continent. The unending flow of migrants from North Africa and the Middle East in the coming years will lead to a sharp increase of the number of Muslims in Europe. The number of adherents of Islam can grow threefold.
The original research conducted by the Pew Reserch Center presents three scenarios concerning the Muslim migrants in the EU. The "islamisation" of the EU or any possibility of it is not mentioned. According to the "high migration" scenario, Europe’s Muslim population would grow to more than 75 million in 2050 – about 14% of the continent’s population. While Muslims would be considerably more numerous in this case, they would still be greatly outnumbered by both Christians and people with no religious affiliation.