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The reason refugees have not gone to Arab states is very clear

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Submitted by Kim Bruce (Canada), May 18, 2016 at 10:33

The reason the Syrian refugees haven't gone to the Arab states is this; they aren't refugees, they are invaders. The whole purpose of this migration is to spread Islam into the rest of the world. It is an exact copy, on a massive scale, of Muhammad's migration, I mean "escape" to Mecca. It's the hijra.

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I don't think many of these illegal immigrants are thinking about the future as much as they are their own futures.

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