Migration of Muslims into Europe has become an ubiquitous topic, which penetrates lay as well as scholarly discourse with remarkable poignancy. For years it has raised attention mostly in "traditional" migration countries of Western Europe. With positive economic and political developments, however, post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe are confronted with increasing immigration of Muslims. This book analysis the only European country without a single mosque: Slovakia, and its capital Bratislava. In conservative environment marked by Catholic tradition and post-communism, Muslims form an internally diverse and dynamic community of mostly temporary migrants. Since many of them are university students and businessmen, they form a peculiar group of social elite unknown to the mainstream Slovak public. This book offers important insight into migration dynamics of the Central European region. It will serve everyone interested in migration of Muslims to Europe, who wishes to understand implications of these processes in the locality of Slovakia.