Here are two terror suspects who would be free to roam the streets of America. This is because they are Islamic refugees.
Ironically, even President Trump’s travel order wouldn’t have stopped this terror plot by refugees. These two terrorists hail from Denmark and Sweden.
Luckily the two were found in Turkey, a place where protecting its citizens is taken seriously.
As ABC reported,
Two men suspected of planning Islamic State group attacks in Europe were arrested in Turkey following 10 days of being interrogated by police, Turkey’s state-run agency reported Saturday. Mahamad Laban, 45, a Danish citizen, and Mohammed Tefik Saleh, 38, a Swedish citizen, received weapons and explosives training in Syria for the past three months, the Anadolu Agency said.
The article brings out some very interesting points.
First, 10 days of interrogation.
How long would American police been able to keep them? A few hours at most? Then these two terrorists would have been eating halal food at Muhammed’s Bar and Grill within hours. Then they would have told stories of “good cop bad cop” while they faced interrogation by the American police. And all would have had a good laugh.
Second, what of their names?
These were Danish and Swedish citizens afterall. Mahamad Laban and Mohammed Tefik Saleh. Certainly sounds Swedish to me, Bjorn Muhammed Johansson.
As you might guess the multiculturalism in Europe has paid off. Not only is the world getting terrorists from Middle Eastern countries, we now have terrorists from all over Europe. Here is a shocking statistic:
More than 300 million Muslims, or one-fifth of the world’s Muslim population, live in countries where Islam is not the majority religion. These minority Muslim populations are often quite large. India, for example, has the third-largest population of Muslims worldwide. China has more Muslims than Syria, while Russia is home to more Muslims than Jordan and Libya combined.
When it comes to the flip side of the equation, the numbers are equally shocking.
One hundred million non-Muslims are presently living in Muslim countries, i.e. countries with a Muslim demographic majority. Muslim countries comprise three quarters of the world’s 1.26 billion Muslims. Most of them have an overwhelming Muslim majority 1 (see table, p. 106) and Islam as a state religion. 2 Non-Muslim communities in Muslim countries are shrinking, in relative size and in some places in absolute numbers. These communities are affected by a process of Islamization, understood as an increase in the percentage of Muslims.
So 300 percent more Muslims live in non-Muslim countries than the other way around.
As Muslims in non-Muslim countries grows at an alarming rate, non-Muslims in Muslim countries shrinks proportionately.
How many Christian attacks of Muslims have you heard about in the past decade?