Via Creeping Sharia, an interesting video of a political debate between Miriam Shaded, and Leszek Samborski of the Platforma Obywatelska (Civic Platform, Donald Tusk's party) on Polish TV, in which they debate the banning of islam in Poland.
Personally, I am also very much in favor of banning islam in my own country. Unfortunately, since 1972 islam is a recognized religion in Belgium, which means its imams are paid and "screened" mosques receive subsidies. This means it is already firmly entrenched in society's fabric - and we also do not have Poland's luxury of muslims constituting a mere 0.1 per cent of the population (there are an estimated 700,000 muslims in Belgium, or about 6 per cent).
No, the first step should be to suspend that recognition. Muslims would still be free however to practice their "religion".
But merely this to happen, in a politically correct climate that's as sick as in Belgium, would already be a miracle.
As for Miriam Shaded, that's one lady to follow! She's the President of the Estera Foundation, which has set itself the goal of bringing Syrian Christian refugees to Poland. She is a very strong critic of islam.