280,000 Muslim immigrants enter the U.S. each year. That means that every four years, over 1 million Muslims enter the country. In Europe, the numbers are even higher. France has the greatest number of Muslim immigrants and the level of anti-Semitic incidents in France in 2015 has risen by 84% in comparison with the first half of 2014. This is no coincidence. Muslim violence is not limited to the Jewish population, but to all those who oppose it’s doctrine of Sharia law, abolition of apostates (non-Muslims) and anti-Western ideology.
Europe continues to absorb new immigrants even as tens of thousands refuse to identify themselves or apply for asylum in the countries in which they arrive. They are hoping to move on to countries that offer them better opportunities. This has created tremendous turmoil in many EU countries.
In Germany, for example, they have lost control over the masses of people swarming over their borders and have discovered that hundreds, if not thousands, of ISIS activists have been smuggled in using counterfeit Syrian passports. It’s not hard to understand the ramifications that this kind of immigration can have.
Europe and the U.S. need to reexamine how their policies of mass immigration from Muslim countries will affect their citizens and their country’s future. Not doing so will lead to tragic results.