…if you can get into Japan, that is. While there is a sizable Muslim community in Japan, there have been no terrorist attacks, no street prayer, and no privileged minority status for them. Estimates predict that the Muslim population in Japan will decrease in 2030 from what it was in 2010.
What’s more, the Muslims who do live there are subjected to constant surveillance and monitoring. In fact, Japan’s top court has approved the government’s blanket surveillance of its Muslim community. And best of all, the number of Muslim asylum seekers who gain entry to Japan each year can be counted on one hand. As is the case for most foreigners, it is virtually impossible for Muslims to become Japanese citizens
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