Refugee Resettlement Watch

States with large number of mosques correlates with top refugee resettlement states

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 2, 2015

A reader, Dick, sent us this map (below) of the US which shows the number of mosques located in each state.   There is a maybe not-so-surprising correlation to the top states receiving refugees.

By the way, as I noted in my little book, mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood.

Mosques in America

 

Here are the Top Five States (for 2014(in descending order) for refugee resettlement and in parenthesis is its position on the Mosque map.  Coincidence?

Texas (#3 in number of mosques)

California (#1)

New York (#2)

Michigan (#6)

Florida (#5)

Ohio surprise!

Find out how many refugees your state has received this fiscal year (as of July 31st), here.  Wow!  It looks like OHIO has moved into the #6 spot—gee! I wonder why?  Do they really think they will get all of those new registered voters signed up in time for the 2016 election?  Ohio is pretty high up on the mosque map too!

Remember readers that the numbers depicted on this map only represent refugees brought to your state by the resettlement contractors.  The numbers do not include those moving in to your state as ‘secondary migrants’ (refugees resettled elsewhere who decide to move to your state).  They do not include asylum seekers or successful asylum seekers (called asylees) or the ‘unaccompanied alien children.’

For our Virginia readers, I see the number of mosques (map above) for the state is not clear.  The number is 88.

19 Responses to “States with large number of mosques correlates with top refugee resettlement states”

  1. […] RRW: Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  3. […] Not surprising to those aware that both numbers of Muslims and mosques have more than doubled since the deadly Muslim terrorist attacks on 9/11.  via Refugee Resettlement Watch […]

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  4. […] RRW  Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  5. […] RRW  Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  6. […] RRW  Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  7. […] RRW  Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  8. Reblogged this on stepman2001 and commented:
    These mosques actually become outposts, similar to the forts of early america settlements in the West.

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  9. […] RRW  Mosque construction is a way to stake-out territory often in advance of the arrival of any large population of worshipers of Allah.  The mosque actually serves as the magnet for further migration to that location (the Hijra).  Mohammed instructed his followers to migrate, to spread Islam, not just from country to country, but also from town to town and neighborhood to neighborhood. […]

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  10. obbop said

    Reblogged this on Disgruntled Old Coot and commented:
    Is diluting Western culture in this way a desirable thing to do? If Westerners tried to do the same in countries where Muslims rule it would be dangerous to try and would surely not be allowed in any manner.

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  11. […] bet that one criteria used to determine where they have been sent is the number of mosques in the […]

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  13. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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    http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/09/02/rise-inhumanes-paul-craig-roberts/

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  15. […] by the way, Saudi Arabian money is building mosques in America.  They know what they are […]

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  16. Laurence Bergin said

    Reblogged this on John Drake.

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