Are Muslim Immigrants Humble Guests Or Aggressive Invaders

With all the uproar about how the world is changing to conform with the demands of immigrant Muslim demands, I felt it was the right time to make a statement. Feel free to distribute this article as you wish.

There are many examples such as creating special time slots for swimming pools and sports games, and the rescheduling of university exams because they were on a Sunday, which was a time for Muslim prayers.

What about the rights of the Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, and other various religions who had no objection to taking the exam on a Sunday yet had to rearrange their lives to suit the Muslims. This is Canada, not a Muslim country but a Christian one. They do not make exceptions for the Jews when some events are held on a Saturday, their holy day.

Europe is even worse, although Australia is standing up to a degree. With all the animosity that is brewing, we must consider some very important facts about the religion of Islam.

The koran, like other religions, teaches the basic morals and good ethics required to be a decent human being. One very important principle is Adab. This very profound quality of character that must be cultivated covers too many english words to describe, but the basic principle is good conduct. Adab teaches how to be a good guest conforming to the rules of the host and culture.

Adab is a main tenet of the Islamic tradition and the demands that the guests are making on the host countries are in total opposition to its principles: Respect your host, respect all beings, do not disturb others in their way of life.

The importance of adab is beautifully summed up in the words of Ibn A’rabi, the greatest of Sufi saints and teachers, when he said; “100% of your spiritual growth is dependent on your adab.”

Anyone who does not follow or agree with this principle, or would follow the muslim tenet that everyone must be converted to Islam or die, is not coming as a guest but rather is coming as an invader to conquer people in another land.

The point I would like to make is that immigrants either conform to the customs, laws and culture of the host country or be treated as invaders and deported. Anyone who goes to another person’s home or another country and says; you must do it my way, should be treated as an invader, if not simply as too rude to be welcome in your home.

Since the changes being demanded concern religious regulations, such actions could be compared to a form of Jihad, a religious war. You generally do not grant citizenship and bestow all the benefits of citizenship to an invader who has declared war on you, but that is exactly what is happening in so many generous democratic countries.

I am not saying that anyone should not have the right to live as they choose, but rather that if you elect to emigrate to another country, you should know and accept and adapt to the new environment you have chosen to live in. For example, you do not take a trip to the Antarctic to see the penguins and pack only bermuda shorts and a t-shirt.

You know what you are getting into, and if you want it to be like home, then do not go where life is different, unless the entire purpose of your trip is to change the place you are going to. Again this is the behaviour of an invader, not a guest.

I call upon all non-muslim countries in the world to join together and adopt the attitude that every citizen or visitor should be allowed religious freedom, but anyone who demands a change of the way a country and its citizens function in favor of a newly arrived guest should be deemed an enemy infiltrator, establishing a position inside the country to which an attack is being planned. We were here first!

We must learn from history. How many countries have been invaded by the British and other European countries. Look what has happened to the indigenous people, they were massacred. History is repeating itself, but I hope that this time we can wise up and prevent the inevitable.

Of course no country will take affirmative action for the simple reason that they are very scared of violent repercussions, and rightfully so. This valid fear itself justifies my point.

Why is it that the Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jews and many other religions who have immigrated do not make demands on the host country to change the way the hosts live? Another more important question is why no changes have been made to accommodate those religions?

The reason is very simple, they do not pose the threat of violence if the host country does not conform. Here again we have further evidence that these are not grateful guests but rather violent aggressors, which need to be put in their place for the sake of the natives of the land.

I am asking all Muslims to be respectful guests and respect the rules of the host country who has welcomed you, provided you with a better quality of life, the benefits, services and privileges that come with having a western passport, and stop asking your generous hosts to change the way they live. This is very poor adab and will return bitterness and hatred, as you can see.

This article may sound like I am trying to incite non-Muslims against Muslims, and that may happen of course, but rather, my goal is to bring peace and harmony to our world.

We should all have the right to live as we choose, and if your way means that other people cannot live the way they want, and have been living for hundreds of years, then something is very wrong with your way.

The greatest supporters of this article should be Muslims who simply want to live a better quality of life in a new country, peacefully. It is they who are suffering the most by the radicals making unreasonable demands. A person should not be hated because they are born into a religion or wear a head scarf. But they are, simply by association to the radicals. This is unjust to everyone and is caused by the people who are demanding so called justice and freedom to live as they choose.

I am asking Muslim immigrants globally who are integrating peacefully in their new home to reject the demands of the fanatics and entreat the those who are demanding changes to back down and fit in, or go back to where they came from.

We should welcome with open arms any guest who immigrates and wants to share their culture as they settle in their new home. I am not saying to reject all Muslims, but only those who demand that the host country and people change the way they live.

If this article insights some fanatic to kill me, I am very happy to die as a martyr, just in case they are right and I get a plethora of perpetual virgins, I just hope they are all young and gorgeous. However, I would even be satisfied with the koranic promise of the Beautiful Eyes. Yes, that is the truth, the koran does not promise any virgins.

The gift to the martyr is Hur al Ein, the Beautiful Eyes. But no one knew what that meant, so men, as men do, translated that into something more enticing. Please refer to this article for my understanding of The Beautiful Eyes

May all people on earth be happy and stop telling other people how to live and what to change so they can have it their way. The world is not Burger King!

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10 Responses to Are Muslim Immigrants Humble Guests Or Aggressive Invaders

  1. Sue Washington August 22, 2012 at 11:02 am #

    Beautiful. Erudite. CLEAR!!

    Thank you!!!

    Sue Washington

    • David Samuel August 29, 2012 at 1:36 am #

      And thank you for commenting. Feel free to pass the article to all your friends and mailing list if you have one. I am speaking out on behalf of all the people who are grumbling.

  2. Sayan August 24, 2012 at 10:03 am #

    Well written and to the point. Applies not just to radical Muslims but to everyone who’s busy dictating others how they’d live. Sometimes I wonder why nature made us humans so much full of paradoxes.

    • David Samuel August 29, 2012 at 1:35 am #

      Indeed that was my point, to use this example for everyone to reflect on their own actions and when they complain about how other people are acting, to think about how they are demanding change of others. To understand this concept and live it fully will bring you a very happy relationship, as long as your partner lives it too 🙂

  3. Sayan August 30, 2012 at 10:18 am #

    David Sir, good to see Thought of the Day back. I understand what you felt after seeing the sloppy response from us readers and subscribers. Felt immensely happy and relieved when you decided to keep it running, after the initial withdrawal. Yes, most of us have been at the receiving end, just reaping the benefits of those chosen words, and forgetting our duty to spread them further. Many thanks for silently being the guiding light for so many of us, sometimes just the moment we need it.


  4. koluba kwiwalaz December 17, 2012 at 9:35 am #

    a million thanks for this article!
    I think you better mail this to all western and african, and all arab governments of this parasitic demand.

    • David Samuel December 17, 2012 at 2:17 pm #

      Thank you for your comment. Please feel free to forward it on my behalf as you may know who and where to send it better than I. I would like anyone and everyone for forward this article to as many places and people as they wish.
      Best wishes,

  5. Marianne Linders June 27, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    Oh yes, I so agree with this. My motto has always been live and let live and I think that sums it up nicely.
    It is about time someone spoke up for that and I admire you for doing so. I will honor that by sharing this with my friends.
    Thank you for writing this.

    • David Samuel June 27, 2013 at 10:18 pm #

      Thank you for your comment. As you may see, my goal is to bring emotional freedom to everyone, that we can be free to feel, express and live openly. This is the only way to open our hearts and fully experience life and love, which is really what every human wants.
      I have learnt from Mahatma Gandhi, speak freely what is in your heart, and if you hold strong to that with courage and devotion, you can conquer the greatest obstacles with simply one persons voice.


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