Molenbeek. Time to declare it an Islamic Republic ?
The author of the article says, inter alia :
Molenbeek, while it has its problems with unemployment, crime and drugs, is
also a place where anyone can easily hide.
Surely it's because it's a place where people can easily hide that it has its problems with crime and drugs - and terrorism. Thought is perhaps not the author's strong point. Then again there are those who would have written an article about Munich in 1932 with the headline:
Is Munich Germany's Nazism central? It's not as simple as that.
After all, the cafés were still open, people still had lunch, etc., and not everyone was a Nazi.