By Tom Quiner
We’re just four days into the new year, and the ‘religion of peace’ is letting no grass grow under its feet.
They have launched five separate attacks in the name of Allah.
Their ‘peaceful’ outreach has touched five separate countries, resulting in 83 deaths and another 148 injured ‘infidels.’
Most Muslims are peace-loving. Few of us disagree. It is the unpeaceful ones that are inflicting the damage on the rest of the world.
In 2016, there were some 2474 attacks in the name of the religion of peace that ‘touched’ lives in 61 separate nations, killing 21,237 and injuring 26,667.
This is a shocking level of violence that seems to be tolerated by the political Left. There are consequences to the Islamization of a nation, as we’re witnessing in Europe. Writing for the Gatestone Institute International Policy Council, Soeren Kern points out the wide-reaching consequences:
“Mass migration from the Muslim world is fast-tracking the Islamization of Germany, as evidenced by the proliferation of no-go zones, Sharia courts, polygamy and child marriages. Mass migration has also been responsible for a host of social disruptions, including jihadist attacks, a migrant rape epidemic, a public health crisis, rising crime and a rush by German citizens to purchase weapons for self-defense — and even to abandon Germany altogether.”
Liberal elites sneer at Trump voters who are concerned about letting potential Islamic killers into the U.S. In light of the Muslim track record, which has resulted in 30,050 deadly worldwide attacks since 9/11, isn’t it time to admit that Islam is different than other religions?
According to the State Department’s Refugee Processing Center, the U.S. now admits more Muslim refugees than Christian ones, reflecting a marked increase during the Obama years.
In rounded numbers, here is how many Muslim refugees we’ve admitted to the U.S. in recent years:
What is a refugee? A legal definition says it is a person with a “well-founded fear of persecution based on religion.”
You might wonder: have Syrian Christians experienced any persecution because of their faith? Yes, according to Pope Francis who calls it a genocide. Tens of thousands Christians have fled Aleppo after 1,000 of their community, including two Orthodox bishops, were abducted and murdered, to site but one example.
At one point, Christians represented ten percent of the population of Syria. So why has the U.S. only accepted 53 Syrian Christian refugees when at the same time we’ve accepted nearly 2000 Syrian Muslims?
Why the bias?
In light of the Judeo-Christian underpinnings of our legal and moral system, why the rush to flood our country with immigrants who don’t share the same values, and based on their history in other countries, are unlikely to ever embrace it?
In light of the shocking number of Christian refugees in the Mideast, Syria and beyond, who have been victims of Islamic-perpetrated atrocities, shouldn’t they receive AT LEAST equal consideration, or in fact, special consideration?
In light of the grotesque violence inflicted on the human race on a daily basis in the name of Allah, how can liberal elites denigrate working class Americans who simply want to live in safe neighborhoods and frequent safe shopping malls and watering holes, without fear of being blown up or gunned down by an Islamic terrorist, like we saw in Orlando or San Bernadino or Chattanooga or Morgantown or Moore or West Orange or Seattle … or the Twin Towers?
While we ponder these questions, it is fair to also ponder: who will be the next victim of the religion of peace?