I NEVER KNEW THIS ABOUT JAPAN!!!

I NEVER KNEW THIS ABOUT JAPAN!!! Have you ever read in the newspaper that a political leader or a prime minister from an Islamic nation has visited Japan? Have you ever come across news that the Ayatollah of Iran or The King of Saudi Arabia or even a Saudi Prince has visited Japan? Japan is a country keeping Islam at bay. Japan has put strict restrictions on Islam and ALL Muslims.
The reasons are:
1) Japan is the only nation that does not give citizenship to Muslims. 2) In Japan permanent residency is not given to Muslims.
3) There is a strong ban on the propagation of Islam in Japan.
4) In the University of Japan, Arabic or any Islamic language is not taught.
5) One cannot import a ‘Koran’ published in the Arabic language.
6) 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 carry their religious rituals in their homes.
7) Japan is the only country in the world that has a negligible number of embassies in Islamic countries.
8) Japanese people are not attracted to Islam at all.
9) Muslims residing in Japan are the employees of foreign companies.
10) Even today, visas are not granted to Muslim doctors, engineers or managers sent by foreign companies.
11) In the majority of companies it is stated in their regulations that no Muslims should apply for a job.
12) The Japanese government is of the opinion that Muslims are fundamentalist and even in the era of globalization they are not willing to change their Muslim laws.
13) Muslims cannot even think about renting a house in Japan.
14) If anyone comes to know that his neighbor is a Muslim then the whole neighborhood stays alert.
15) No one can start an Islamic cell or Arabic ‘Madrasa’ in Japan. There is no Sharia law in Japan.
16) If a Japanese woman marries a Muslim then she is considered an outcast forever.
17) 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 religion and one should stay away from it.”
My opinion of the Japanese population and government has risen dramatically! VERY SMART PEOPLE!

18 thoughts on “I NEVER KNEW THIS ABOUT JAPAN!!!

  1. If there was a country that does 1 thru 17 above and then does it again with Muslim changed to socialist, and then to lazy worthless welfare sucker……….I would move there in a flash.

  2. Keep in mind, these were the same wackos that were suicide bombers.

    Perhaps I should reword that for those that are easily offended and feel as if I may, unintentionally, of course, be doing this site a great disservice.. Let’s look at the religions at the time. All peaceful. Was the religion infiltrated during WWII? What caused them to side with the Axis? Is this why they are so adamant in their foreign policy today? (Gosh, I hope everyone’s forgotten that I called em wackos!) I guess I just forgot that killing yourself and others was a perfectly normally occurrence. Scuse me. Gotta fire up my Cessna..

    • Kells, the arabs were more anti-british than pro-nazi. The Brits colonized the area, and arbitrarily drew lines in the sand, dividing tribes and kingdoms. As we have done in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia today, Vietnam long ago, the British created their own enemies.and lumping all Muslims in the same terrorist handbag does no good, that is what they do with westerners, and aren’t we supposed to be better than that?

  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Japan

    “Islam”
    Main article: Islam in Japan

    In 2000 Keiko Sakurai had estimated the number of ethnic Japanese Muslims in Japan at 63,552, and around 70,000 – 100,000 foreign Muslims residing in the country.[19] In Japan the government does not take religion into account as part of the demographic concern under religious freedom. As Penn states, “The Japanese government does not keep any statistics on the number of Muslims in Japan. Neither foreign residents nor ethnic Japanese are ever asked about their religion by official government agencies”.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Japan#cite_note-MPIslam-20

    Japan–Saudi Arabia relations refer to foreign relations between Saudi Arabia and Japan. Official relations between the two nations were established in 1955.

    The first official contacts between the two nations occurred in 1938 when Saudi envoy to the United Kingdom, Hafiz Wahba, visited Japan to attend the opening of the Tokyo Mosque. In the following year the Japanese envoy to Egypt, Yokoyama, visited Saudi Arabia and met with Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh.

    In 1953 the Japanese government sent its first delegation to the UK Economic and accelerated the process to culminate in the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 1955, and passed the economic relations between the two countries, an important station in the year 1957 as the Kingdom was granted the right of privilege to explore for oil It’s a Japanese Arabian Oil Company.

    In 1960, His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General, Kln, when the then Minister for Transport Minister to visit Japan.

    And strengthened bilateral relations after the visit of King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz, to Tokyo in 1971 to launch the most important stage in the history of Saudi-Japanese relations, which has seen many of the mutual visits of officials of the two countries.

    And strengthened the bonds of relations between the Saudi royal family and the Japanese imperial family through these visits. Was the Crown Prince of Japan at the time Okhito Prince and Princess Michiko Lole Covenant, a visit to the Kingdom in the year 1981.

    And on behalf of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz was attended by His Royal Highness Prince Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz, crown emperor decrees year 1990, and in 1994 the Crown and the parent in Japan during a visit to the Kingdom.

    In 1997, Ryutaro Hashimoto visited the Prime Minister of Japan at that time as part of the Kingdom of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz.

    In the month of October of the year 1998, he visited the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, Japan, when he was crown prince, and Saudi Arabia signed the agenda of cooperation with Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, was His Royal Highness Prince Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, Emir of Riyadh region, had visited Japan in April of the same year.

    In the year 2001 and visited the Japanese Foreign Minister Yohei Kono announced the UK initiatives in three areas; the promotion of dialogue among civilizations with the Islamic world and the development of water sources, and multi-wide political dialogue.

    • William Gates, is Dusty onto something? Can it be that right-wingers will uncritically believe anything that is congruent with their worldview, regardless of how unrealistic it is? Dusty is obviously a fan of ‘truthiness’, as defined by Stephen Colbert.

    • I always try to read between the lines in a Wikipedia article. What you have presented, sweet Wills, leads me to believe that Japan is more or less following in the steps of the US. In other words, they are following the money while procuring the protection from radical Muslims by controlling Muslims. Just a theory, mind you. However; I do find it interesting and a bit questionable that the Saudi nationals accused of any blame in this country are flown out faster than one can say absconding.

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