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Does Europe Have No-Go Zones?


"No-go zones" is not a good description of Muslim areas in Europe - here's why.

France's Kenza Drider wears a niqab , as she reads a magazine in a shop, in Avignon, southern France, Monday, Sept. 13, 2010. A ban on the burqa-style veil, to be voted on Tuesday in the Senate, would affect only a tiny minority of Muslim women _ estimated at less than 2,000 _ making it far less controversial than France's 2004 ban on Muslim headscarves in classrooms, which proliferated in heavily immigrant neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

Comments by Steven Emerson on Fox News have prompted a heated debate over whether predominantly Muslim “no-go zones" exist in Europe.

On Jan. 11, Emerson said they “exist throughout Europe … they're places where the governments like France, Britain, Sweden, Germany don't exercise any sovereignty. .. you basically have zones where Shariah courts were set up, where Muslim density is very intense, where the police don't go in, and where it's basically a separate country almost, a country within a country.”

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