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Conversions after migration should not be acceptable criteria

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Nov 21, 2021 at 05:29

In order to filter out any possible attempts at fraudulent conversions by opportunists seeking to exploit an immigration loophole, only the original pre-migration religion of the applicant should be considered. Authorities need to be aware of Islamic taqiyya, where it is considered excusable for a Muslim to deceive the kaffir in certain cases by feigning religious conversion. The widespread ignorance of Islamic tenets by naive westerners can be harmful, not only to our personal safety, but also to the freedoms we take for granted.

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