LISBON, Portugal — Muslims are everywhere in Europe. They are driving cabs in Amsterdam, reading the news on French TV, cooking pasta in Roman restaurants. They are surgeons operating in Brussels' hospitals, businessmen making millions in London, shopkeepers selling beer to late-night revelers in Lisbon. Across the European
Extremist threats and the rise of far-right politicians have put many Muslims in the position of defending their place in European communities.
By Paul Ames