On 13 and 14 November, on the instructions of the Minister of Education, French College and the French City of Science and Industry, hundreds of people, including evolutionist researchers, philosophers, professors, and high school and college inspectors, came together in Paris to discuss the increasing difficulty in teaching evolution.The collapse in France, the bastion of materialist and atheist philosophy, of Darwinism, the supposed scientific basis for those ideologies, is being followed with grave concern. Despite all the positions and precautions adopted, the inescapable collapse of Darwinism is taking place and belief in Creation in Europe is developing ever stronger roots. The younger generation in particular, fiercely opposed to being taken in, constitute the finest response to those mindsets that seek to impose the teaching of the evolution lie. By Allah’s will, the 21st century will be a time of enlightenment when evolution will be consigned to the history books as a scientific fraud.
The most prominent creationist offensive came at the beginning of 2007. Many high schools, colleges and universities in Europe received copies of an impressive, illustrated book; the Atlas of Creation. Written and printed in Turkey, the book was intended to show that evolution is not a scientific doctrine, but rather anti-religious propaganda. The real aim of its author, Harun Yahya – real name Adnan Oktar – is to preach the Qur’an... The biologist Dr. Olivier Brosseau, one of the authors of a splendid pamphlet about creationists, makes this statement, “With the dissemination of this book the West became aware of a Muslim creationism it had never known about until then...” A report in the Council of Europe in June 2007 about “The dangers of creationism in education” rang the warning bells. Four months later, the educational board decided to invite 47 of its members “to strongly oppose the teaching of creation as a scientific discipline.” But this has failed to prevent the emergence of an ever more significant objection to evolution classes among young students in many countries of Europe.”