Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Muslims in Japan?

Muslims in Japan?
Have you ever wondered if Japan has an Islamic jihad terrorist infiltration problem like we do in the U.S.?

By de Andréa
February 6, 2013

Are there any Muslims in Japan?  Well …not so one would notice, and that is unusual when it comes to Muslims, they are usually in your face with their Sharia Law, practices, and rituals.  So why do they appear to be missing?

Have you ever read a newspaper article about a political leader or a prime minister from an Islamic nation that has visited Japan?  Have you ever come across any news that the Ayatollah of Iran, the King of Saudi Arabia, or even a Saudi Prince has visited Japan?  No?  Well maybe it’s because Japan is a country that is keeping Islam under control instead of the other way around.

Now one must wonder, why would they do that?  It certainly is not because they don’t allow anyone other the Buddhists or Shinto’s in their country because my own church sponsors a Christian missionary in northern Japan.  So what is it about Muslims that they don’t like…?

Could it be, do you think, because their government knows something about Islam that ours doesn’t?  Well my friend…that is exactly why they restrict Muslims from entering Japan.  You see they actually know their history in Japan; the Japanese are mostly educated instead of robotically programmed with the politically correct garbage that we are so indoctrinated with in the West.  And my friend, they have done something else…  Something so extremely unique and profound, that it has opened their eyes to the true purpose and agenda of the so-called peaceful nation of Islam…  They have actually read the Quran and the Hadith, so they know’ that the agenda of Islam is to infiltrate every country in the world by any means necessary, overthrow the existing culture and government and replace it with Sharia Law and the culture and oppressive vicious and barbaric government of Islam.  And because of this basic knowledge of Islam, Japan has good reason to put strict restrictions on Islam and ALL Muslims.

 The reasons and/or restrictions sent to me by one of my subscribers:

a) Japan is the only nation that does not give citizenship to Muslims.
b) In Japan permanent residency is not given to Muslims.
c) There is a strong ban on the propagation of Islam in Japan.
d) In the University of Japan, Arabic or any Islamic language is not taught.
e) One cannot import a 'Koran' published in the Arabic language.
f) According to data published by the Japanese government, it has given temporary residency to only 2 lakhs, Muslims, who must follow the Japanese Law of the Land.  These Muslims should speak Japanese and practice their religious rituals in their homes.  [In other words Japan has rules against Muslims putting their prayer rugs down in the middle of an intersection facing east to pray to their god Satan as they regularly do in down town New York City.]
g) Japan is the only country in the world that has a negligible number of
embassies in Islamic countries.  They don’t generally recognize Isalm as a nation or even a legitimate religion.
h) Japanese people are not attracted to Islam at all.
I) Any Muslims residing in Japan are generally the employees of foreign companies.
j) Even today, visas are not granted to Muslim doctors, engineers or
managers sent by foreign companies.
k) In the majority of Japanese companies it is stated in their regulations that no
Muslims should apply for a job.
l) The Japanese government is of the opinion that all Muslims are fundamentalists and even in the era of globalization they are not willing to change their Muslim laws.  [I wonder what part of the Quran they read that in? well likely in numerous places]
m) Muslims cannot even think about renting a house in Japan.
n) If anyone comes to know that his neighbor is maybe a sleeper Muslim the whole neighborhood is on the alert.
o) No one can start an Islamic cell or Arabic ‘Madrassa’ or even a Mosque in Japan.
p) There is no Sharia law in Japan.
q) If a Japanese woman marries a Muslim then she is considered a demonic outcast.
r) According to Mr. Kumiko Yagi, Professor of Arab/Islamic Studies at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, "There is a mind frame in Japan that Islam is a very narrow minded and dangerous controling religion and one should stay away from it."
s) Freelance journalist Mohammed Juber toured many Islamic countries after 9/11 including Japan.  He found that the Japanese were confident that extremists could do no harm in Japan.  Because for the most part they just don’t exist. “

THE BOTTOM LINE:  Well the bottom line is pretty obvious, Japan just might well be the last nation on earth to be forced to become an Islamic State.

Unlike Western cultures that are so completely ravaged by political correctness so that they are blindly and ignorantly deceived, ravaged by the surreptitious and incremental infiltration by the Jihadist terrorists of Islam, Japan by contrast has from the beginning filtered out the infiltrating agenda of Islam’s unrelenting drive to bring about the Ummah, the world Nation of Islam.  In addition, Japan has an actual system of education, unlike the degradation of the Western culture whose educational system has fallen into a state of false indoctrination, a type of robotic programming that prevents the Western mind from rational independent thought and the insight of reality and logic.  The results are several generations of robotic clones, all, as if they are just recording machines, playing back the same unthinking rhetoric.  This is what causes the Western mind to be easily and ignorantly convinced by Islamic deception that Islam is just a harmless religion of peace, reminiscent of Eve and the Serpent.  

Should’ we be learning something from Japan?  Well, we probably should, but the question is, would it do any good at this point since infiltrating Muslims have already built the foundation of an Islamic State in the U.S., and can the blind populous of the West be taught to see…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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Bystander said...

Sorry, but this is total nonsense. You should check your facts before posting such BS. Japan has well over 100,000 Muslims and this can be easily confirmed by doing a search online.

papahowie said...

the article does not say there are no muslims in Japan, but points out the cultural rejection and the cultural limits on their influence....

katyhunny said...

I haven't done any fact checking yet, but I feel in my bones that most of this is pure poppycock.

Steven Cenname said...

This is all utter nonsense. I'll go through it one at a time.

a.) Japan does not use religion as a grounds for whether or not to issue citizenship. Japan does not take religion into account for anything that has to do with public citizenship including the census, voting, etc. Japan has very strict separation of church and state.

b.) This is not true for the same reasons a is not.

c.) There is no "ban" on the propagation of any religion in Japan.

d.) There is no such school as the "University of Japan." While the University of Tokyo does not teach Arabic or Islamic languages, it ONLY teaches English and Japanese.

e.) This is also not true. I travelled to Japan just last year and the Koran is not on the list of items that cannot be brought into the country.

f.) It is true that Muslims are not allowed to put down a prayer rug and pray in the middle of the road. However, this is not because of a hatred of Muslims, this is because praying in the middle of the road disrupts traffic and can get you run over.

g.) The Japanese government does not recognize ANY religion.

h.) It is estimated that there are about 100,000 Japanese people who identify as Muslim (unofficial numbers because the Japanese census does not ask a person's religion)

I.) There is no way to know this one way or another because the Japanese census does not ask about religion.

j.) This is not true because religious affiliation is not on the application for a visa in Japan.

k.) I can't find any evidence of this one way or another.

l.) The Japanese government does not have an official stance on any religion.

m.) This is not true. The government does not have a religious test for renting a house.

n.) This may be true with some very small neighborhoods, but is hardly true of all of Japan.

o.) There are mosques in Japan. I walked past one in Kobe. In fact, just Google image search Kobe mosque and you can see it for yourself. Numerous sites say that Japan has between 30 and 40 mosques.

p.) This is true. But there is no Sharia Law in American either.

q.) There are no restrictions on women marrying Muslim men. This statement is a generalization that is impossible to prove or disprove.

Unknown said...

I like Japan restriction to such barbaric and nonsense religion !!
They should do the same in every country in the world !!