Yes, that's very true. There are however hotspots where immigrant communities have Balkanised themselves onto the landscape like the Somalis in parts of Minesotta. But overall it will be a very different picture you're right.
I know. They've got a really good immigration policy.
That's right. Although they had a postwar business management and tec boom they ran into financial mismanagement. Coupled with the nihilism and low birth rate and the social disintegration they're in big trouble.
I think it's too late. You'd have to start deporting citizens and that's never going to happen. This will bring about a rise in separatist movements and pushes for local autonomy. The first step is for them to untangle themselves from the EU.
Quite a few post-911 converts to Islam though. A not insignificant number of people are attracted to it. Look at all the Westerners joining groups like IS.
Many see mainstream Christianity to have been woosified/egalitarian and to no longer stand for the things it once did. That's not necessarily what I'm saying but it's what people dissatisfied with mainstream Christianity themselves say - like catholic traditionalists who reject Vat II for example.
Yep. And it's been relatively popular for a long time. Although, rather than traditional Islam, the NOI and a few similar groups created their own version. The Nation of Islam is syncretic and adapts elements of Christianity in order to appeal to the much larger black Christian community. But their teachings put them far outside any kind of Islamic orthodoxy that would be acceptable to anyone other than themselves.
Yes, it's very much a political vehicle for many.