Thing is, it's not whether there should be a death penalty for seriel killers (that's a given in Islam but seen as a violation of seriel killer's human rights by EU leaders) but for moral offences like homosexuality.
Talk about the clash of cultures. In Sweden the media was afloat in pro-gay imagery for "pride week" and even the large music festival held for families in Stockholm (and televised on state TV) at a popular park featured a cross-dresser performer and a guy singing something about homosexuality and even proping a pole in a strategic location of his body -- wonder what the kids were asking after these performances.
However, never fear -- the Muslim population is not big enough in Europe (yet) to start altering laws, but in a few generations it will be. Should be interesting to see a continent of secular hedonists deal with a large population of people who hold to laws similar to the penalties in the Old Testament. My money is on the Muslims to be victorious.
Edited by Fiannan, 07 August 2008 - 11:42 AM.