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Assimilation of New Immigrants is Absolutely Necessary for a Peaceful Nation

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Submitted by Domenic Pepe (United States), Jan 19, 2015 at 14:31

If muslims were more inclined to assimilate into the countries and societies they immigrate to, then there would be far less opposition by native people and their political organizations. The history of the USA from colonial times to the present, with so many different people from different countries and cultures, with different languages and religions, should be a guide to new immigrants everywhere. For 400 years new Americans have mostly assimilated as Americans with American values. This should be a guide for the future. The alternative is Balkanization of the society leading to hatred and violence and national decline.

Immigrants must assimilate into the society they immigrate to. If they refuse to assimilate, do not admit them into the country or deport them if already resident. It is now very well established that most muslims that emigrate to non-islamic countries have no intention of assimilating into the cultures of their new homeland. Not only do most muslims refuse to assimilate, they explicitly express and spread their hatred and hostility for their adopted society. When one immigrates into another country and society it is the obligation of the immigrant to peacefully assimilate. Un-assimilatable immigrants should be deported or barred from entry. Islamic ideology forbids assimilation. Thus, any nation that admits muslims is knowingly creating big problems for itself and for its loyal citizens. Non- islamic nations have a right to preserve their own cultures and laws and language. Islamic ideology demands that others effectively commit suicide in order to accommodate islam. This is absurd. Unfortunately, until islam is fundamentally reformed, and comes into compliance with modernity, many muslims will be a continuing source of hatred, brutality, violence, intolerance, sedition, and murder wherever they immigrate to.


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