Moroccan Immigrants Most Unhappy in the Netherlands

According to a survey conducted by the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (http://www.ccme.org.ma/) that Moroccan immigrants to Europe are the least happy in the Netherlands. NRC reports that, according to the survey, “the relationship between society as a whole and second generation immigrants is ‘significantly more tense’” than in the other countries surveyed. Conducted in Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, the survey also indicated that in the Netherlands children are more likely than their parents to actively practice religion. The news follows a recent poll by NCRV television indicating that many Dutch Muslims may consider leaving the Netherlands due to the rise in support for politician Geert Wilders.