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Muslim refugees don't end their sufferings in the West

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Submitted by blert (United States), May 20, 2015 at 18:55

As noted across Europe, Muslims can't practice their faith in Western societies. 1) Five times daily prayers -- three during the work day -- mean Muslims can't stay employed on an assembly line -- unless the entire facility is re-geared towards them. 2) Friday -- as the primary religious day of the week -- makes the Muslim work-week totally out of synch with Western life. Taken together, these drive Muslim economic prospects straight into the ground. Most employers are in absolutely no position to work around such priorities. The result is epic unemployment -- across the generations -- for Muslims in Europe. The few professionals that can 'make it' are glaring exceptions to the welfare dependent Muslim -- the average fellow. To a very large extent, Islam is structured as anti-Judaism, anti-Christianity -- by Mohammed, himself. The do-gooders at the UN are rarely religious -- so this little detail passes them by.

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