Why Japan has no problems with Muslims?

Japan is an amazing country that keeps its traditions and customs. For this purpose they used all possible legal and social forms of combating the spread of alien religions for them. Nobody will probably ever read in the Internet or the newspaper that some Arab Sheikh visited Japan. Try to remember.

Okay, don’t try. There was no such. And here’s why.

1. A Muslim will never get in Japan citizenship. Japan is the only country that does not issue citizenship to Muslims. Arguing will not work. The law is the law.

2. Muslims are not allowed is long in Japan.

3. The attempt to spread Islam – a criminal offense. For this you can go to prison for a long time.

4. In Japan there are no schools that teach Arabic.

5. The Quran – the book banned. Import it impossible. Available only “adapted” version in Japanese.

6. The practising is allowed only in enclosed spaces. If the rituals will see ordinary Japanese, Muslim faces jail.

7. To speak Arabic is strictly forbidden.

8. Japan has almost no embassies in Arab countries.

9. Islam in Japan professes 0.00% Japanese.

10. Come to work in Japan a Muslim is entitled to work in a foreign company. I.e. Japanese companies do not employ people professing Islam.

11. Visa to Sweden, Muslims are rarely given. Even famous doctors, scientists professing Islam cannot get a visa to Japan.

12. Employment contracts often stipulate that the employer no explanation has the right to fire an employee if he found out about his Islamic faith

13. Muslims are forbidden to rent a house in Japan, not to mention buying the property.

14. The translation of technical documents from Arabic to Japanese customers non-Japanese company engaged in

15. Muslims are treated like outcasts. If anyone in the area is Muslim to him the entire district will apply as to the criminal.

16. About the opening of Islamic schools can’t even be discussed.

17. Japan does not accept the laws of Sharia.

18. Japanese woman found guilty in connection with a Muslim becomes an outcast of society.

PS:Yes I understand that it’s not religion or nationality,but looking at the situation in Europe, particularly in Russia’s high time to adopt a couple of these laws?

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