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Control Muslim immigration

Reader comment on item: A Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Jun 21, 2005 at 10:13

Immigration is not the same across the Western World. In the United States, most immigrants are Hispanic, in Australia they are Asian, and in Europe, they are Muslim.

In any case, Muslim immigrants constitute a huge section of the overall number of immigrants entering the Western World.

In order to avoid having Madrassahs being built in Bridgeview, Illionois, the West must control, reduce, or even stop Muslim immigration.

At the moment, there are 10 million Muslim immigrants living in Europe, most of them illegally.

Enforcing the legislation on immigration would terminate a lot of problems regarding religious hatred and Islamophobia.

Europe has made a huge mistake in allowing in millions of immigrants, mostly Muslims.

In Australia, the government has managed to discourage immigration, and that includes Muslim immigration.

I advocate an immediate deportation of all illegal immigrants and tougher rules regarding legal immigration from Islamic countries.

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