The Dutch Muslim Party, an Islamist political party in the Netherlands, has announced its intention to compete for seats in the nation's parliament. Given the success of the party in several smaller political campaigns — securing offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and other Dutch cities — it is possible that a party, which targets the approximately 6 percent of the nation's population that identifies itself as Muslim, may find it has sufficient support to gain influence in the Dutch parliament.

An article by Michael Noer for Forbes.com highlights the Islamist agenda of the Dutch Muslim Party, and details the intended legislative agenda if any members of the party are elected to the parliament:

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