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Following the World War II, common fears have been created in most European countries by two factors including the prevalence of communism and the promotion of extreme far-right. Nowadays, far-right parties with common and close intellectual foundations play roles in almost all of Europe. These include racist attitudes, the promotion of national values and nationalism, criticism of the policy of multiculturalism, opposition to the expansion of the European Union, and anti-immigration and Islamophobia. Recently, the rise of Muslim immigration in the Middle East has led to an increase in the popularity of far right parties in Europe. The present research responds to the question of whether increasing the rate of Muslim immigration to Europe in recent years and after the developments in the Middle East could lead to a strengthening of the far-right European parties? Regarding the anti-emigrant ideology and the Islamophobia of the far-right, there is a great opportunity for these parties to promote in Europe. Increasing the migration of Muslims to Europe could be known as a winning leaf to attract public opinion to exert greater pressure on Muslim immigration. The research method in this paper is descriptive-analytic using library tools.