If we must be multicultural, I say we adopt more values of the Japanese.

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The Japanese do not feel the need to apologize to Muslims for the negative way in which they relate to Islam.

Latest update: May 20th, 2013

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There are countries in the world, mainly in Europe, that are presently undergoing significant cultural transformations as a result of Muslim immigration. France, Germany, Belgium and Holland are interesting examples of cases where immigration from Muslim countries, together with the Muslims’ high fertility rate, effects every area of life.

It is interesting to know that there is a country in the world whose official and public approach to the Muslim matter is totally different. This country is Japan. This country keeps a very low profile on all levels regarding the Muslim matter: On the diplomatic level, senior political figures from Islamic countries almost never visit Japan, and Japanese leaders rarely visit Muslim countries. The relations with Muslim countries are based on concerns such as oil and gas, which Japan imports from some Muslim countries. The official policy of Japan is not to give citizenship to Muslims who come to Japan, and even permits for permanent residency are given sparingly to Muslims.

Japan forbids exhorting people to adopt the religion of Islam (Dawah), and any Muslim who actively encourages conversion to Islam is seen as proselytizing to a foreign and undesirable culture. Few academic institutions teach the Arabic language. It is very difficult to import books of the Qur’an to Japan, and Muslims who come to Japan, are usually employees of foreign companies. In Japan there are very few mosques. The official policy of the Japanese authorities is to make every effort not to allow entry to Muslims, even if they are physicians, engineers and managers sent by foreign companies that are active in the region. Japanese society expects Muslim men to pray at home.

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4 Replies to “If we must be multicultural, I say we adopt more values of the Japanese.”

  1. Mr Kerry and co apparently suffer from some severe confusion.

    Bigotry against Jews and Muslims on the rise, says US

    “Discrimination against Jews and Muslims is on the rise around the world, according to an annual US Department of State report.

    The findings for 2012 spoke of an increase in anti-Islamic sentiment in Europe and Asia.

    It also said there was growing anti-Semitism, especially in Venezuela, Egypt and Iran …

    The International Religious Freedom Report, released on Monday, noted that in Egypt, anti-Semitic sentiment in the media sometimes included Holocaust denial or glorification.

    It also mentioned an incident on 19 October when Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said “amen” to a religious leader’s call upon Allah to “destroy the Jews and their supporters”.

    Government-controlled media in Venezuela, meanwhile, had published numerous anti-Semitic statements, including in opposition to a Catholic presidential candidate with Jewish ancestors.

    The report also noted the Iranian government’s frequent denunciations of Judaism …

    It found that Muslims faced new restrictions in Belgium, which had banned face-covering religious attire in classrooms.

    The report also raised concern at the restricting of headscarves in schools in Mangalore, India.

    A section on Burma highlighted sustained violence and discrimination against Rohingya Muslims …

    It also highlighted the targeting of Islamic minorities in majority Muslim countries.

    There had been rising violence against Shia and Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan, discrimination against non-Sunni Muslims in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, and the arrest and harassment of Sunni Muslims in Iran, the report said …

    “The freedom to profess and practise one’s faith – to believe or not to believe, or to change one’s beliefs – that is a birthright of every human being,” he said.

    “I urge all countries, especially those identified in this report, to take action now to safeguard this fundamental freedom.””

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