The Senate hearings investigation probing on the absence of government screening of Muslim refugees and migrants is unintendedly misleading. This is why:
(1) If western authorities were to read the Koran, then every GOOD Muslim would be regarded as a radical and a potential terrorist. That is because the Koran and Hadith, the two most sacred texts in Islam, advocate for acts that would send chills down your spine. See excerpts on this page.
(2) No matter how peaceful, well educated, productive and well-behaved the first generation of Muslim migrants may be, the second and subsequent generations of Muslims grow up alienated, conflicted, and between two worlds. Islam is NOT compatible with democracy and western values and lifestyles. Inevitably they choose to solidify their identity as good Muslims. This may involve only ideological and physical separateness from Infidels, or answering the sacred call for Jihad.
Muslims who want to abandon the Islamic ideology are regarded as apostates and subject to the death penalty, wherever they may live. Daughters who want to adopt western values are sometimes murdered in 'honor killings'.TWITTER (partly owned by Saudi national) banned this picture and message from Donald Trump Jr's account:
The best example of the inability of Muslims to integrate to western societies is Europe these days, with daily violence and recurrent acts of mass terror.
By importing hundreds of thousands of Muslims - millions in the case of Europe - western countries are committing demographic suicide. The new migrants have large families and will vote for politicians who will try to accommodate our societies to Muslim traditions, instead of the other way around. London already has a Muslim mayor with links to extremists. European towns are falling one by one under the influence and violent intimidation of the Muslim population.
THE GATEWAY PUNDIT - The Obama administration admitted today at the Senate Judiciary Committee they do not screen refugees for radical views. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) grilled Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Population, Refugees, and Migrants of the U.S. Department of State Simon Henshaw in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Mr. Henshaw admitted the administration does not screen refugees.
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