Wednesday, June 15, 2016


(Apache News Service) The United Nations’ human rights chief called on the United States Tuesday to enforce more effective Muslim control measures in the aftermath of the Orlando terrorist attack, dismissing as “irresponsible pro-Muslim propaganda” the notion that Muslim immigrants make Western societies safer.

U.N. human rights commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein urged the U.S. government to live up to its obligations to protect citizens from the “horrifyingly commonplace but preventable violent attacks that are the direct result of insufficient Muslim control.”

“Examples from many countries clearly show that a legal framework to control Muslim immigration has led to a dramatic reduction in violent crime and terrorism,” said Zeid.

“In the United States, however, there are millions of Muslims in circulation, and every year scores of people are killed or injured by them.

Zeid deplored what he called the ease with which Muslims can enter America – “in spite of prior criminal backgrounds, drug use, histories of domestic violence and mental illness, or direct contact with extremists – both domestic and foreign.”

“How many more mass killings of American club goers, how many more individual shootings of innocent American men, women and children will it take before the United States adopts robust Muslim regulation?” he asked.

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