Toronto Globe And Mail Shows Muslim Aliens Must Be Watched In Canada Too
A column this week by John Ibbitson in the Toronto Globe And Mail here in Canada shows that the U.S. is not the only country which has to be wary of Muslim extremists and their endless duplicity.
Ibbitson tells the story of two Syrian women who successfully sought entry visas into Canada so that they could have children here who would have Canadian citizenship and be able to take advantage of the protections of Canadian laws to give them eventually more license to lead the lives they wanted.
Yet these women planned to return to Syria and live under the evil regime of Bashir al-Assad as soon as their babies were born and the babies, of course, would go with them..
Ibbitson writes, "The two wsomen, it turns out, are the daughter and daughter-in-law of a notorious Syrian general," and, he says, this is a common practice of the Syrian elite.
"Our universities are cheaper and better, and, besides, one never knows what will happen in the murky world of Syrian politics," he observes.
"Some observers wonder whether the birth criterion as a qualification for Canadian citizenship should be revised. Perhaps only those born to permanent residents should be granted citizenship."
And, Ibbitson questions, should the Canadian representative who granted the two women visas be disciplined for making a mistake, and should Canada revise its laws to meet such circumstances?
I read this with great interest, because it seems to me Western countries, with their frequent good will, are being taken constant advantage of in immigration matters.
What neither Canada nor the U.S. needs are more questionable Muslim citizens. We have to wake up and smell the bad odor of a religion that frequently takes advantage of the non-Muslim world, and whose members frequently think it is just fine to lie to "infidels."
Since 9-11, it's a different world. We have to recognize it.