has some good writing, a cross-section of writing by European journalists. Not surprisingly, Europeans have a lot to say about the whether the religious and cultural values of Muslim immigrants, including their intolerant approach to other religions, their defensiveness of their religion’s approach to symbols and feminism, can be allowed to supersede secular values. Dutch writer Margriet de Moor’s essay “Alarm Bells in Muslim Hearts”. There is a strong, thoughtful debate under the title of “The Multicultural Issue”. There is recent feature called “Blind Exorcism in Poland”, which reflects on the work of Ryszard Kapuscinski, the great writer, who made promises to the secret police in order to travel and write, but always managed to tell his stories, subverting the regime in the process.