Saturday, September 23, 2017

Afghan Refugee: Infidels 'Are Too Easy To Fool'

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If there's one quote that sums up the immigrant crisis plaguing Europe, it's this, from a Muslim refugee to a columnist: "They [infidels] are too easy to fool."
Columnist Burak Bekdil wrote in a piece for the nonpartisan Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies think tank that in 2016 he hosted three Afghanistan refugees while on one of the Aegean Islands. His conversation with them was revealing: (emphasis bolded)
Over coffee, they said they were glad to be hosted “not by an infidel on this infidel island” but by a Muslim. The young Afghan who was dressed like a dancer from a cheap hip-hop clip on MTV said, “One day we good Muslims will conquer their infidel lands.” I asked why he was receiving “infidel” money for living. “It’s just halal,” he answered. “They [‘infidels’] are too easy to fool.”
The refugees also sang the praises of Turkey's Islamist dictator Recep Tayipp Erdogan and said they wanted to "increase the Muslim population" in Germany, where "they will be the best paid for being 'poor' refugees." German's states' budgets have been severely strained by the refugee crisis.
Read the rest from Aaron Bandler HERE.

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