Where the government intervenes, you can be sure that bigger problems will spring forth.
Like the Hydra of Greek Mythology, two more serpent heads sprout each time one is severed.
European countries have been quite liberal in accepting immigrants from the middle-east. In itself, this is not a problem. But the countries also liberally dole out public benefits, costing taxpayers ballooning sums to support the new population.
But now many countries want to attach strings after the fact.
Denmark has proposed new rules that could land immigrant parents in prison if they take their children on extended vacations to their homeland which interfere with schooling. The legislation leaves "extended" open to interpretation.
Other rules require children from any of 25 identified "ghettos" to attend 30 hours of daycare per week until age six. Parents will lose welfare benefits if their kids miss too much school.
Another rule would make penalties for the same crime in certain areas. So if you shoplift in a predominantly Danish area of a city, you might get a fine, while a shoplifter from a predominantly Muslim area could get jail time.
All of this is an attempt to integrate new immigrants. It is a backlash from vastly different cultures clashing.
But why would the government of Denmark think forced integration would produce the desired results? It seems more likely to produce a counter-backlash from immigrants who resent having different rules than the Danes.
Immigration wouldn't be such an issue if it weren't for governments' collectivist policies. We are artificially grouped together by governments when we live within particular borders. So then suddenly we have a common interest with people who might share none of the same goals and values.