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Consider some of the “forbidden elements” that Muslim refugees avoid by living in Arabia:• Pet dogs (61 million of them in the United States alone).• A pork-infused cuisine and an alcohol-soaked social life.• State-sponsored lotteries and Las Vegas-style gambling emporia.• Immodestly dressed women, ballet, swimsuit beauty contests, single women living alone, mixed swimming, dating and lawful prostitution.• Lesbian bars, homosexual-pride parades and same-sex marriage.• A lax attitude toward hallucinogens, with some drugs legal in certain jurisdictions.• Blasphemous novels, anti-Koran politicians, organizations of apostate Muslims, and a pastor who repeatedly and publicly burns Korans.

The United Nations should take note: Focus less on the West, more on the rest.

As for Saudis: It’s time to welcome Muslim co-religionists under stress with open arms.

Six hundred thousand Jews from Arab and Muslim countries had reached Israel by 1972.

In total, of the 900,000 Jews who left Arab and other Muslim countries, 600,000 settled in the new state of Israel, and 300,000 immigrated to France and the United States.

Guterres delicately puts it, one need simply divert attention from the Christian-majority West toward the vast, empty expanses of the fabulously wealthy kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as the smaller but, in some cases, even richer states of Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

For starters, these countries (which I will call Arabia) are much more convenient to repatriate to Syria from than, say, New Zealand.

Unlike France, Arabia allows the advocacy of wife-beating and goes easy on female genital mutilation.

Unlike in the United States, slaveholding does not entail imprisonment, and male relatives can carry out so-called “honor” killings of their womenfolk without fear of the death penalty.

Others also look instinctively to the West for a solution. The appeal has been heard: Canada has offered to take 1,300 Syrian refugees; the United States, 2,000. Germany has offered to take (and has begun receiving) 5,000.

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