THERE ARE VERY FEW MUSLIMS IN JAPAN…period. And there are strict controls on the ones who are already there. Virtually all Muslims who seek asylum in Japan are rejected. In the past two years, under 30 Muslims have been granted asylum. And Japan couldn’t care less what the UN has to say about it.
Can Europe start learning from Japan? Majority of attacks across Europe have been by 'jihadist migrants'.
— Shane Williams 🇬🇧 (@OurEyeOnIslam2) November 4, 2017
I lived in Japan for two years, and their policies re: foreign residents are very strict. Even with a student visa and later a work visa, I had to renew it every six months in person at the immigration office, or I would be quickly deported. I knew several people who were. It is very difficult to nearly impossible for a foreign born legal resident in Japan to become a citizen there.
According to the Al Jazeera, Japan rejects 99% of all refugees, no matter where they originate. But in 2016, Japan caved in to pressure and accepted 27 Muslim asylum seekers. The Tokyo Reporter confirmed that 2 of these Muslim refugees have gang raped, assaulted, and robbed a female citizen. Onder Pinarbasi, 22 (below), and his 16-year-old male friend forced a Japanese woman into a public restroom near Akabane Station, where they brutally assaulted her and stole her belongings.
As a result, only 3 Muslims were granted asylum in Japan in all of 2016.
Multiculturalism is seen as destructive to Japanese society, traditions, and culture. They pride themselves on the homogeneous nature of the country and their immigration policies reflect that. It’s also one of the reasons why Japan is such a safe country to live in. As a young woman in Japan, I never felt the slightest fear when walking home alone or taking a train late at night.