Over the past weekend, not only were England been kicked out of the World Cup, but the Muslims of Europe Conference was held in Istanbul. The conference was designed to help combat extremism, and discuss problems such as those of citizenship, identity and faith. They drew up a series of recommendations, including a recognition that
"[...]European societies value openness, inclusiveness and democracy [and that] European Muslims have a great opportunity to flourish as citizens in a pluralistic environment benefiting from access to education, prosperity and development. As citizens Muslims are obliged by Islamic law to obey the legislation of their countries particularly when they enjoy freedom of worship and benefit from social justice. As loyal citizens they are obliged to defend their countries against aggressors."
Check out their website for more information (you can read it four languages: English, French, Arabic and Turkish).