European-Islamic Consultancy and Research Institute
We provide our EMEA-region cliënts with our non-partisan expertise, based on objective analysis, effective solutions and decent research.
'from information to knowledge'
The European-Islamic Consultancy and Research Institute (EICRI) is an independant international organisation dedicated to shed a fair light on certain subjects connected to religion, social behaviour and society. We stand for an inclusive society where people of different background, religion and colour will coexist while the universal values are reserved. EICRI pursues these unchanging ideals through independent thinking, years of political and religious affinity with the society in Western-Europe, facts and the highest standards of research and exposition. We dedicate our work to a more prosperous and safer world.
EICRI research is conducted through several primary research divisions: Economics, Middle-Eastern and Western relations, Policy, Politics, Public Opinion, Religion (with Islam as our main subject), Society and Culture and many more. Make EICRI your HUB to the west!
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The Netherlands thanks Moroccan Intelligence services for information that lead to arrest of Moroccan-Dutch Cartel Leader Ridouan Taghi in Dubai
EICRI THE HAGUE - Intelligence provided by Morocco has led to the arrest on december 16th of Redouane Taghi, one of Europe’s most wanted men, and several other members of his criminal organization. Arrests were made in the Netherlands and Dubai. He was amongst the top...
Diplomatic unrest between Morocco and the Netherlands over returned IS-militants and failed asylum seekers
EICRI THE HAGUE - Morocco and the Netherlands are struggling for years about returning citizens who are not entitled to a Dutch residence permit and the upcoming return of Dutch-Moroccan foreign fighers from Syria. The Netherlands want to get rid of those people, but...
EICRI REPORT - THE HAGUE :: Interested entrepreneurs, NEXUS-oriented multinationals and others gathered on september 27th 2019 in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building in the Hague for the Gulf Business Dialogue 2019. A perfect opportunity for the West and...
EICRI - THE HAGUE :: During the Gulf Business Dialogue in the Hague on september 27th 2019, H.Em. Mr. Abdulaziz Abdullah Abohaimed, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Netherlands, announced the launch of the new eVisa program. The new eVisa...
Thanks to United Arab Emirate's Hazza Al Mansouri ( هَزَّاع ٱلْمَنْصُوْرِي ), the UAE has become the 40th country in history to see one of its citizens fly into space with the launch of a crew bound for the International Space Station. Hazzaa Al Mansoori, a...
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Information sharing has increased across Europe, but some Muslim leaders fear Dutch government wants to co-opt community leaders.
2016 marks the fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, in which almost 4,000 people lost their lives. 9/11 didn’t only change New York, Washington DC or Pennsylvania; it changed the whole world.
After years of consulting, we’re glad to announce that EICRI has launched a new consultancy department in Birmingham (the UK).
A new survey has found that about 70 percent of companies in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are finding it difficult to search candidates for senior positions with the required skills.
May 15th - Birmingham
Countering the narrative: What would Trump's reign mean for the harshening situation between communities in Europe?
Dec 24th - Netherlands
Survey: How will the Dutch (of foreign descent) vote?
Feb 28th - Amsterdam
Post 'Caliphate': What does the future hold for those who survive the 'Fall of IS'?
Mar 2nd - Brussels
Introduction to Muslims and Islam: Introduction to Muslims and Islam: Contemporary Issues Affecting European Muslims post terror-attacks.
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Islam and Muslims in Europe
EICRI is the front-runner in observing the muslim population in Western-Europe. As of 2016, the situation in which the muslims live is changing like never before. Islamophobia, terrorism, hate-crimes; these and other subjects have a large impact on the lives of muslim inhabitants in Europe. It’s important for all to know that Islam gained its first foothold in continental Europe in 711 with the Umayyad conquest of Hispania. They advanced into France but in 732, were defeated by the Franks at the Battle of Tours. Over the centuries the Umayyads were gradually driven south and in 1492 the Moorish Emirate of Granada surrendered to Ferdinand V and Isabella. Muslim civilians were expelled from Spain and by 1614 none remained in Spain. Islam entered Eastern and Southeastern Europe in what are now parts of Russia and Bulgaria in the 7th and 13th century, respectively. Following the Muslim conquest of Persia, Islam for the first time penetrated into regions that would later become part of Russia. The Ottoman Empire expanded into Europe taking huge portions of the Byzantine Empire in the 14th and 15th centuries. Over the centuries, the Ottoman Empire also gradually lost almost all of its European territories, until the empire collapsed in 1922. However, parts of the Balkans (such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Montenegro) continue to have large populations of native, European Muslims. Transcontinental countries, such as Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan have large Muslim populations.
According to the latest research outcome, as of 2010, there were 4.8 million Muslims in Germany (5.8% of the country’s population) and 4.7 million Muslims in France (7.5%). In Europe overall, however, Russia’s population of 14 million Muslims (10%) is the largest on the continent.
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