Reading the worldwide condemnation of Donald Trump for his view that the US should bar all Muslim entrants, you would have thought that he was unique in his prejudice. Not so. Here on our European doorstep the same sentiment is being evinced, sometimes in even cruder terms. Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Bulgaria have all said no to Muslim refugees, or that they will only accept Christians. Japan has refused them. The Gulf States and Saudi Arabia refuse all migrants, though in their case it is not a religious bar. Apostasy and blasphemy are punishable by death in some 13 countries, including Pakistan. Burma persecutes religious minorities. And, sadly, so on. Trump is not exceptional but the fact that he is American brings wrath upon his head from which others escape. Europe has become a continent of ethnic and religious hatred and division, unimaginable when the EU was established.