Islamists on Welfare

Muslim Statistics

Islamists on Welfare: Paid to Plot the West’s Demise

by Kathy Shaidle
Pajamas Media
April 4, 2011

In 2008, the Toronto Sunreported that “hundreds of [Greater Toronto Area] Muslim men in polygamous marriages — some with a harem of wives — are receiving welfare and social benefits for each of their spouses, thanks to the city and province, Muslim leaders say.”

“Polygamy is a regular part of life for many Muslims,” Canadian Society of Muslims president Mumtaz Ali declared bluntly. “Ontario recognizes religious marriages for Muslims and others.”

Government officials quickly denied the Muslim leader’s claims about immigration law and social benefits regulations. Only one public servant seemed sufficiently concerned. “This is wrong,” said city councilor Rob Ford. “They should put a stop to this immediately.”

Instead, welfare abuse by Muslims appears to have metastasized across the Western world. Almost three years later, news stories about radical Muslims —…

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Sweden: Muslim immigrant youth says “Calling Swedish women whore is normal”

The Muslim Issue

Even young girls in Swedish schools have not been spared the growing problems with Muslim immigration seen all over Europe and the U.S. within a short one+ decade.

Swedish schools with a high muslim population tackle a new problem that has not been present before in their docile and mild country. Muslim males are known to stalk and harass female Swedish students, throw lunch plates and meat at them to insult them (refer to them as a ‘piece of meat’) and calling them names if they reject their advances. The muslims  consider this normal male behavior.
In spite of having lived in Sweden for many years they have been unable to separate Islamic conduct from appropriate conduct within Swedish culture, and still continue to think and act as if they live in an Islamic country.

Time to start planning for a complete change in immigration policies in Sweden, don’t you…

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