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Syrian Refugees...going to KSA?

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

Submitted by Jerry (United States), Sep 25, 2013 at 05:47

Honestly, at first I thought Mr Pipes was halucinating. Then I saw his humor and reasoning. Muslims being accepted by other Mid-Eastern like-minded countries? Charity? Nah. A nice thought though.

KSA society lives off oil wealth. College degrees are centered arond Islamic studies, others mostly a distant second. A society that already views foreigners of any kind suspiciously and as second-class citizens won't open its arms this time either. The rich folks already relocated.

Realistically, this is passive-aggressive jihad. As for Damascus/Syria? The Bible says Damascus will become a smoldering ruin, and for that matter it indicates same for KSA (Isiah). US is arming the rebels while Russia/Iran backs Assad. The fireworks are being prepared. Best to leave now.

Shamefully, these countries accepting Syrians, especially US, are totally quiet and closed to the longsuffering Egyptian Copts. Thankfully, Mr Pipes, MEF, and others inform US citizens of their plight.,


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