Should the USA try to keep Muslims out of their country?
Voted yes. If America wants to encourage Muslims to be in the US the religion will overtake Christianity by 2027 and we may no longer have the same freedoms because the word Islam means submission.
Already they do not assimilate, They separate and try to get public schools to devote time for the children to pray a couple times a day. This is how our children will be indoctrinated in order to not feel left out. [theguardian.com]
Of all the religions Muslims are very cult-ish and indifferent to women. Personally am against it. If it's prejudice so be it. Any religion anyways is on my hit list.
The danger here is their ideology ,In that they want to spread It to the U.S.They do not wish to assimilate but want to indoctrinate the weak minded outcasts and increase the followers of Islam.They set a bad example for our youth in their sexist treatment of woman .From Saudi Arabia to Egypt to Lebanon ,vicious anti Semitic and anti American propaganda is spewing forth from the preachers of hate : Muslim clerics,Muslim newspapers even government officials and this hatred has spread to the US.
Voted YES..As a non believer I would like to see a decline in religion and indoctrination in the U.S.not an Increase.Muslims are less tolerant to other religious groups and nonbelievers than other religions are .I look negatively on all religions and do not favor one over the other .They are all archaic and close minded and detrimental to society some more than others as is the case with the beliefs of Islam.
only if we keep christians out too.
there are more radical christian sharia lovers here than their muslim equivalents. the latter tend to stay in sharia-ruled countries and eschew the west. be any of that as it may, the constitution clearly forbids such a religious test.
The USA should like all other countries try and keep out criminals and fanatics, after all they have more than enough of there own.
If those evil bastards are Islamic, Buddhist, catholic, taoist or any thing else is completely irrelevant to the question.
Once Christians got a foothold, look at what happened to their country. The important thing to remember is that all of us are immigrants from somewhere at some time. Unless you were born in and are living in the cradle of human origins (somewhere in Africa), your family at some point moved to wherever you currently are. Perhaps it would be better to ask yourself if you should be kept out of wherever you are by someone who was there before you arrived.
The USA is meaningless if we keep people out due to religious affiliation. Obviously no known criminals or terrorists. Most of the "mass" shootings in the USA are done by disaffected white Christians / white supremacists. Fundamentalists of any religion are dangerous.
Of course, all Muslims are not bad people. However, if one reads the Koran and other Islamic literature, there seems to be a lot of "kill apostates". etc.. In addition, Muslims that immigrate to the USA don't seem to assimilate. They take over neighborhoods and towns. Look what is going on in Europe. The EU has allowed too much immigration and is beginning to send them back.
Given, the Christian Bible has horrible things in it, but modern Christians have abandoned most of those customs and beliefs. It seems that Islam hasn't moved into the future.