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Reader comment on item: Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture Zones

Submitted by George Keselman (United States), Sep 24, 2013 at 18:36

Sweet utopian dream: let refugees remain in their own culture zones.

Yeah, it would be ideal. However, Muslims are not interested in saving of their own.

Falastine, for example. Their lives are really nothing to all Muslims.

Why should non-Muslims take care of them rather than Muslims themselves?

Non-Muslims are subject to extermination as Qur'an calls for.

I understand humanitarian call. However, I don't accept that Muslims, wherever they live, imposing their own so called 'culture' on non-Muslim. A refugee has a responsibility to accept culture including language and traditions of accepting them country. It is dangerous to accept Muslims without that pledge. And the pledge must be enforced by Law before entering a country.

King George the 6 of not so Great Britain told his foreign minister during the WW2 that those people (meaning Jews) shall remain in their countries of origin in Europe. The so called Great Britain did everything possible in their power to prevent Jews escaping Nazis and Fascists.

See http://www.amazon.com/The-Holocaust-Conspiracy-International-Genocide/dp/0944007244, especially Chapter 4 there. Likewise, the US government of F. D. Roosevelt did similar (see Chapter 3 there).

Who helped to exterminate the Jews was Jerusalem mufti haj Amin el Husseini, uncle of Asser Arafat, an Egyptian. That Amin was Hitler's well known colaborator.

I suggest let Muslims sort all those refugees themselves. Other peoples should not be compelled to provide a relief to Muslims from being persecuted by other Muslims..


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