Why Japan has no Islamic Terrorism 05/30/2017

Moody Adams
In Japan there is no debate about refugees because the Asian nation has a permanent ban on refugees from Muslim countries. Muslims are banned from Japan and few other foreigners are allowed in.

In 2016, Japan granted refugee status to only 28 people out of 10,901 applicants. In other words, 99 percent of applications were rejected.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has scolded Japan repeatedly and the Japanese have steadfastly refused.
Akira Lawson writes, “Want to know why Japan has never endured a terrorist attack? Sakoku is the term that denotes the immigration policy which dictates that no foreigner could immigrate to Japan, nor a Japanese person could leave Japan, or else it would be ‘off with the head’ for either party.”

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