Buruma - Turkish and Moroccan workers didn't integrate in...

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Turkish and Moroccan workers didn’t integrate in Dutch culture, unlike the Surimese, as they were thought to be guest workers that would eventually return home Surimese assimilated into Dutch society as they were fairly educated, from a former Dutch colony and therefore knew the culture and language, and were more welcomed Rebellion in the 1960’s against the pillars of the church and state in the Netherlands Shadow of WWII has constantly fallen over domestic politics and society Theo van Gogh reacted against the super sensitivity over racism and intolerance in the Netherlands by employing those very things, despite not really believing in them Pim Fortuyn believed that Muslims almost inherently rejected Dutch ideals and culture, especially the rights that were only recently gained by women and gays Appeal of an idealized time, employed by both European and Muslim fundamentalists Van Gogh defended was a hyper free speech activist by attacking immigrant
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