Skip to comments.We can't take Muslim migrants as we don't have mosques: Slovakia
Posted on 08/20/2015 11:38:06 AM PDT by Jyotishi
Caption -- A Syrian refugee family spend the day in the Aegean port city of Izmir, western Turkey, August 10, 2015. (Reuters)
Slovakia will take in 200 Christian Syrian migrants instead of Muslims because of a lack of infrastructure -- including a shortage of mosques in the small Eastern European state -- its interior ministry told the BBC on Wednesday. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-33986738
Under a European Union relocation scheme to share the burden of thousands of Syrian migrants fleeing the civil war back home, member states will take in 40,000 new arrivals from Italy, Turkey and Greece.
But Ivan Metik, an interior ministry spokesman, told the BBC that small Slovakia was "only a transit country" and not an attractive option for a long-term stay -- particularly for Muslims.
"We could take 800 Muslims but we don't have any mosques in Slovakia so how can Muslims be integrated if they are not going to like it here?"
The spokesman denied that the move was discriminatory and said the decision to accommodate only Christian migrants was to safeguard community cohesion.
Slovakia is not the only state seeking to give priority to Syrian refugees over other migrant groups pouring into Europe.
Greece is giving Syrian refugees priority in registration and embarkation for the mainland, over other nationalities such as Afghans and Pakistanis.
Germany -- which expects to see as many as 800,000 migrants arriving this year - is also looking at differentiating between refugee groups. It seeks to prioritize people from war-torn countries such as Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan, and the roughly 40 percent of asylum applicants who come from the Balkan nations.
Slovakia Thumps up.... I like your creativity...
Slovakia also has standards.
Which are way, way above those of the Dorkbama the Muslim regime.
...and we Slovaks like to keep our heads attached to our bodies.
And NEVER allow any to be built. Never.
Also - Syrian Christians are mostly Roman Catholic. Slovakia is about 60% Roman Catholic.
Good for Slovakia for keeping out enemy colonists. Muslims are not immigrants they are COLONISTS and any country letting them in is like a body letting in an infection.
A healthy body protects itself from infection.
The alternative is death.
They have had a thousand years to come up with that excuse!
The United Nations would assign Japan to take a given number of refugees, say 500.
Japan would ask for a list, including profiles of the aspiring refugees. They would send their people to interview the top dozen or so in their refugee camps, then announce that they would accept two of them. Usually those two were either married to Japanese nationals or had a PhD in some hot field.
The UN would either feign outrage and demand that Japan accept more or ask for reasons to clarify their rejection.
To the former, Japan always responded "feel free to submit us profiles of more suitable candidates." To the later, they would respond "It is unlikely that these candidates would assimilate into our society and would not have a happy time even making the attempt."
Needless to say, Muslims almost never made the cut.
Incoming Muslims will simply demand that churches be made available for Islamic worship.
And once the arselifters do their thing inside a church, it becomes a mosque forever.
Well, if that is all it takes then I have a suggestion...
“We can’t take Muslim migrants as we don’t have mosques: Slovakia”
Can we ship them some of ours?
We can demolish them here, put the rubble on boats, and send them over, to be reassembled if possible. Along with their attendees of course.
Although some former mosques have become churches.
Slovakia just showed the way forward.
Extrapolate to building codes that for a country with existing Mosques that the capacity doesn’t allow for additional persons.
As for new Mosque building permits, throw in building codes, land use codes, aesthetic codes, noise codes, access codes, private driveway codes, health codes, environmental codes and region-wide community hearings.
If Muslims take it to court, throw the entire book at them and let them spend years arguing point by point.
And never give up.
Other than Cordoba Cathedral, which went from a mosque to a church in the 13th Century (and today’s muzzies want it back), I can’t think of any other mosque to church conversions.
Hope they exist, though.
Most likely in Spain, other than for that, and it is right now still a museum, it is Hagia Sophia.
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