This is eye-opening… every American needs to see this.
As America engages in rancorous debate over Syrian refugees and whether or not we should be more stringent about which ones we let in, we should consider the example of two separate countries: Sweden and Japan.
In a piece for The Daily Caller, retired Marine Lt. Col. James Zumwalt compared the two countries and their approach to Islam. One, Sweden, began allowing large-scale immigration from Muslim nations during the 1970s. The other, Japan, not only doesn’t allow in most Muslim immigrants but is openly anti-Islam.
What happened? Well, Sweden is now the rape capital of the world, while Japan has almost no problems of the sort.
“As Muslim men immigrated to Sweden, they brought with them an Islamic culture sanctioning rape. It is a culture bad enough inherently in the treatment of its own women,” Zumwalt wrote.
“Under Sharia, Muslim women serve little more purpose beyond catering to their husbands’ sexual demands. A non-submissive wife runs the risk of being raped by her husband.” (Talk about a war on women…)
Zumwalt also pointed out that non-Muslims are “sanctioned targets for rape by Muslim men.”
A 1996 report from the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention showed that Muslim immigrants from North Africa were a staggering 23 times more likely to rape women than Swedish men were.
“Even more shocking, however, is the political correctness overshadowing the reporting of these crimes,” Zumwalt wrote.
“Sensitive about accusations of Islamophobia, the Swedish press refuses to sound a warning alarm for native women about who these sexual predators are. Thus, when a Muslim commits a rape, the media only refers to him as a Swedish male.”
Meanwhile, there are only 10,000 Muslims in Japan out of a country of 127 million. It also has a far lower incidence of rape than Sweden does.
In a 2013 article in The Jewish Press, Dr. Mordecai Kedar gave a number of reasons why Japan’s population of Muslims has stayed so low.
“The most interesting thing in Japan’s approach to Islam,” Kedar wrote, “is the fact that the Japanese do not feel the need to apologize to Muslims for the negative way in which they relate to Islam.”