Amsterdam-South, last week. I was waiting for my train in the shade next to a Starbucks. A young woman in her twenties approached me, perhaps she was nineteen. In The Netherlands it’s hard to tell sometimes – women can be tall and sturdy.
Earlier this week, Dutch state media ‘revealed’ that mosques in the Netherlands are partly financed by oil dollars from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. They tweeted: “That means bringing in a fundamentalist variant of Islam: Salafism. Followers reject democracy.”