Brexit, Muslim migrants, Israel and measure-for-measure

Tuvia Brodie,

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Tuvia Brodie has a PhD from the University of Pittsburgh under the name Philip Brodie. He has worked for the University of Pittsburgh, Chatham College and American Express. He and his wife made aliyah in 2010. All of his children have followed. He believes in Israel's right to exist. He believes that the words of Tanach (the Jewish Bible) are meant for us. His blog address is He usually publishes 3-4 times a week on his blog and 1-3 times at Arutz Sheva. Please check the blog regularly for new posts.

Britain has voted to become the first European Union (EU) member to leave the EU. Britain has performed a ‘Brexit’ (British-exit) (Jethro Mullen, Ivana Kottasova, “U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global markets”, cnnmoneyinternational, June 24, 2016).

One hot-button issue dominated the debate over Brexit: immigration (Zach Beauchamp, “Brexit isn’t about economics. It’s about xenophobia”, vox, June 23, 2016). For some, ‘immigration’ meant that British citizens didn’t want to compete for jobs with foreigners (Babatdor Dkhar, “Brexit: The EU referendum was a test of who can sell immigration best”, fworld, June 24, 2016). For others, the vote was about a ‘mixed’ fear. Those who wanted to remain in the EU feared economic disaster if Brexit won. Those who wanted to leave the EU feared that continued immigration would have a negative impact on public services (Muhammad Abdul Bari, “Brexit and the spectre of Europe's ugly nationalism”, aljazeera, June 18, 2016).

In less polite company, the Brexit vote was about stopping Muslim migration into Britain (Milo Yiannopoulos, “Milo On Why Britain Should Leave The EU — To Stop Muslim Immigration”, breitbart, June 20, 2016). This po‎sition argued that Britain could no longer afford to stay in the EU. The EU’s policy of free movement of people across EU borders would bring so many Muslims into Britain that Britain would lose its historic national identity. For that reason, they wanted out of the EU.

Were the British so concerned about national identity that they’d vote for an action that could threaten their economy? For an answer, look at some headlines. Even if the British didn’t read every one of these headlines, they knew all about them. They’d been talking about Muslim migrants for months.

These headlines come from the website, muslimstatistics. They cover the period, January 4, 2016-June 17, 2016. This is a partial list:

-“Germany: Muslim migrants linked to 69,000 crimes in first three months of 2016”, June 7, 2016.

-“Belgium: 35% of prison population is Muslim, who make up only 6% of population”, May 21, 2016.

-“Gap Between Migrant Contribution and Migrant Cost to UK is £17 Billion”, May 17, 2016.

-“Denmark: 78% of criminals in capital are of “non-Western origin” and 84% of foreigners are unemployed”, April 26, 2016.

-“Italy: 90% of teens would convert to Islam if Islamic State conquered their country – Survey”, April 20, 2016.

-“UK Muslim Poll: 52% wants ban on homosexuality, 23% want Sharia, 33% feel they influence decisions in the country”, April 14, 2016.

-“Sweden: 2015 Muslim hordes to cost 14x the National Defence budget”, February 20, 2016.

-“5,000 Islamic State Jihadi fighters running loose in Europe – Europol”, February 20, 2016.

-“UK Muslim survey: 76% of prominent Muslims ‘strongly’ support Jihad”, February 19, 2016.

-“Germany: Merkel Muslim crimes increased by 79% in 2015, or 208,344 incidents”, February 18, 2016.

-“Muslim migrant ‘crisis’ (hijrah Jihad) to cost Germany €50 Bn by [end of] 2017”, February 2, 2016.

-“UK: Muslims fill 44% of high security prisons, out of a 5% Muslim population”, January 28, 2016.

-“Sweden and Denmark have highest number of sexual assaults in Europe: EU’s flawed Muslim migration policy”, January 10, 2016.

-“Only 33% of Muslims in India work”, January 5, 2016.

-“UK: 45% of Muslims support hate preachers, 11% support jihad against the West – BBC Poll”, January 4, 2016.

British voters understood what had been happening since Muslim migrants began last year to flood into Europe. They saw the same things on their own streets. They knew about the crime, rapes and unemployment that came with Muslim migrants.

Concurrent with this Muslim tsunami, the EU had continued its anti-Israel agenda (Steven J Rosen, “The EU’s Israel Problem Goes Far Beyond Labels”, thetower. org, issue 34, January, 2016). It worked to pressure Israel (ibid). It supported the ‘Palestinian Cause’ (ibid). It pushed Israel to surrender to its Muslim enemies.

On one level, that’s exactly what the Arab-Israel conflict is about. It’s about forcing Israel (in any way possible) to surrender its Jewish identity so that the Middle East became 100% Muslim. Look at the map of ‘Palestine’ published by the Palestinian Authority: the Muslim ‘Palestine’ replaces the Jewish Israel.

In essence, that map demonstrates that when the EU supports ‘Palestinians’, it pushes for a Muslim take-over of Israel. But now, perhaps in some kind of Divine measure-for-measure punishment for promoting what amounts to a Muslim take-over of Israel, the EU now experiences its own Muslim take-over (“Will Islam conquer Europe?”, therealtruth, no date).

Under the weight of a massive Muslim migration, the EU could lose its identity to Islam (ibid). The cost of public services for Muslim migrants could provoke the collapse of the EU (Rebecca Perring, “EU will FALL amid terror and migrant strain - and it's starting in Germany, admits EU head”, sundayexpress, January 15, 2016).

Britain has voted to divorce itself from that tsunami. Like Israel, it wants to retain its national identity. It wants to survive its Muslim ‘problem’.

Here’s a prediction: in the face of Islamic pressure, Israel will survive. The EU will not.

Will Britain?