Muslim voters flock to polls for the Dutch election


In the Hague's city centre where many residents are from Turkish, Moroccan or Surinamese backgrounds, a steady flow of voters -– many of them women wearing headscarves –- comes and goes at polling stations. The Dutch elections are seen as a test of the "patriotic revolution" promised by far-right MP Geert Wilders who has pledged to close the borders to Muslim immigrants, shut mosques, ban sales of the Koran and leave the EU.