European Islam  

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"Martin Luther King Jr., when he said 'I have a dream', everyone was listening to him, but if he [would have] said 'I have a complaint', I think no one would [have listened] to [him].", --Mustafa Cerić on European Islam, recorded in Allah in Europa, September 18, 2017[1]

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European Islam or Euro-Islam is a hypothesized new branch of Islam, (reformed Islam) which successfully emerging in Europe mostly in Southeastern Europe.

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