Did the West Deliberately Import Muslim Extremists
The short answer is yes, they did.
I see it referenced on numerous occasions that Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other wealthy Muslim countries did not take in the refugees that are now a source of trouble in the west, it is a troubling concept, what we were told were refugees seeking a new life were refused entry in to those countries so the western world took them in on humanitarian grounds.
The devil, as always, is in the details, the refugees that were not welcomed are refugees created by George Bush, Obama and Clinton with the misguided help of their allies like Europe, UK and Australia.
They are refugees that were created by America funding radical groups in Muslim nations with the idea of spreading democracy, a fine and noble cause to some, or as I think of it, another form of terrorism. There is little difference between the 2, you bomb a country to enforce a system of government, whether it is Sharia or Democracy does not matter, you are attacking a sovereign nation to impose your own ideology.
The refugees are not the good people of that nation that stayed to fight oppression, they are the deserters and opportunists. The Middle East knew this and rejected them, the west should have as well.
The current refugee mix is anti-western hard line Muslims that are creating a backlash against a religion and culture that is, in the most part, not your business.
The West embraces CAIR and groups that are similar in nature, this is creating the West’s perception of Islam and has to be stopped.
From the beginning CAIR has been a terrorist group. In 1994, CAIR head Nihad Awad publicly declared his support for Hamas; the Holy Land Foundation (HLF), a Hamas front group, contributed $5,000 to CAIR; in turn, CAIR exploited the 9/11 attacks to raise money for HLF; and, this past August, demonstrators at a CAIR-sponsored rally in Florida proclaimed “We are Hamas!”
Back in 2014 The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was one of 82 groups around the world designated terrorist organizations by the United Arab Emirates, placing it in the company of Al Qaeda, Islamic State and others.
CAIR has had its share of controversy. In 2007, the organization was named along with 300 others as an unindicted co-conspirator in a case regarding funding to extremist group Hamas. Its critics have long accused the group of having ties to groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
CAIR can rightly be called a terrorist group. True, it does not set off bombs, but, as the UAE’s foreign minister explains, “Our threshold is quite low. . . . We cannot accept incitement or funding.” Indeed, CAIR incites, funds, and does much more vis-à-vis terrorism:
“CAIR is a terrorist supporting front organization that is partially funded by terrorists”; “CAIR . . . is supported by terrorist supporting individuals, groups and countries”; “CAIR has proven links to, and was founded by, Islamic terrorists”; and “CAIR actively supports terrorists and terrorist supporting groups and nations.”
Federal prosecutors in 2007 named CAIR (along with two other Islamic organizations) as “unindicted co-conspirators and/or joint venturers” in a criminal conspiracy to support Hamas financially. In 2008, the FBI ended contacts with CAIR because of concern about its continuing terrorist ties.