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And the problem is even wider than the Moslem refugees-cum-radicals-cum-Jihadis

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in response to reader comment: Muslims immigrate to West not to leave the medieval and barbaric culture of Islam , but to Impose Islam in West.

Submitted by Charles Martel (United States), Aug 28, 2007 at 11:53

Even the nominal Moslems who come to the west in genuine search of freedom and secularization have children, some of whom become alienated/radicalized. (And it only takes a few to kill a lot of people, as we have seen.)

It happened in France, England, Canada, and Spain -- children of Moslem immigrants become Moslem maniacs.

The West does not need that headache -- Moslems should just be stopped from immigrating.

I was sure that would de facto happen after 9/11, but then I was assured "Islam is a religion of peace" so I knew everything would be fine.

It is too bad and genuinely unfair, but the needs of Westerners come first in the West.

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