One has said that a person seeking justice should expect to give justice. It is this basic understanding of fairness that most people appeal to when we look at people’s action. Do we give the same treatment to others that we ask or expect from them? For many, it is an issue of hypocrisy. So, when one group demands universal acceptance but accepts no one else, people begin to think of the apparent hypocrisy. This is happening with Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi government will not accept any migrants from Syria, but it will build 200 Saudi-run mosques in Germany to hinder any social integration of the Muslims into Germany’s liberal and low-conflict society.
Now, Saudi’s concern is that these Syrian migrants going to German will lose their religious convictions. The fear is that they will go into a liberal secular society and become assimilated into that culture—a society that has slowly strangled the Christian faith from the remaining Christians there already.
The problem for most should be that these same people that seem so concerned with the plight of these refugees have all but refused to take in any of them. There seems to be no move within Saudi Arabia to bring any of the refugees of the war in Syria to Saudi. They are glad that they are going to Europe because they want Islam to spread to cover the earth, and this will help to accomplish that through what is called hijra.
Hijra is the peaceful spread of Islam into other countries through migration. This is expected to be accepted by Germany and the people, even though to do the same in Saudi Arabia would be unacceptable. Saudi will not even allow visitors to have or carry a copy of the Bible, but they think that Europe is to give them the freedom to control those coming in to Germany through these mosques.
By building mosques run by supervision of Saudi-selected clerics, Muslims in Europe can be kept under Saudi influence, and expand the faith though births and a continuing hijra. Turkey has followed a similar course by pushing for Turkish-run mosques and schools in Germany that would segregate the many Turks who have migrated to Germany, which is the birthplace of Protestant Christianity.
What this will mean is that a foreign power will control this larger and larger population of Muslims. If we consider the problem that this could cause in a free society, this should scare us for our ally Germany. They will slowly fall under the control and influence of these two Muslim countries.
The vast majority of the migrants are military-age Muslim men, many from countries other than Syria, and all are seeking to first anchor themselves so they can bring over their spouses, children, siblings, and cousins.
All of these new residences will soon be under the control of their Saudi benefactors, as they preach fidelity to the faith as support for their financing country. And we should also note, again, that this could never happen in Saudi Arabia.