Are Muslim immigrants in the West parasites or contributors?

I´ve read that in many European countries, muslim immigrants constitute just five percent of the population but consume upwards of 40 percent of the welfare spending and that Muslim immigrants are four times as likely to be receiving welfare as non-Muslims. So, muslim immigrants in the Western Europe are parasites who take much more than they give? And what is the situation in the USA?

Asked By: Chebur - 6/24/2012
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Welfare abuse by Muslims appears to have metastasized across the Western world. News stories about Muslim immigrants engaged in social benefits scams emerge regularly from Europe, Canada, and Australia. Even when they are not involved in fraud, Muslims frequently are overrepresented on welfare rolls, compared with... More
Answered By: A terribly suffering arab - 6/24/2012
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Really we cannot blame them if we are prepared to give it to them... More
Answered By: curious1 - 6/24/2012
s**u dood
Answered By: -1952- - 6/24/2012
They change your elders diapers because you do not like babies. Me, Biographies belong to their authors...still Muslim.
Answered By: trancinguy - 6/24/2012
Most Muslim immigrants are law-abiding people, a small minority causes problems such as terrorism
Answered By: Kevin7 - 6/24/2012
Parasites who feed off of the West, take what they can get, live off of the government, protest in the streets demanding even more, as if it's not enough already, and demand Shariah law. What they contribute is mayhem. It's only a matter of time before the situation in the US is the same.
Answered By: Tell Me No Lies - 6/24/2012
Some are parasites, some are contributors. Oh, waddayaknow, that means they are just like other people!
Answered By: Jules - 6/24/2012
Muslim immigrants in Europe are very often parasites. As a whole they do more bad than good for their host countries... More
Answered By: Lover - 6/24/2012
who r u to discuss such a thing? u filth r nothing let alone have the audacity to judge other people. And honestly i feel sick of ppl like u make bin laden sound more tolerable as a neighbor to me than the likes of u. Human residual scum maggot
Answered By: Flied Lice? - 6/24/2012
Parasites....unless you want something from a 7-11 and then they are contributors. ZING
Answered By: Lochaim - 6/24/2012
Mixed. Some contribute by becoming taxi drivers, cashiers, professors, doctors, lawyers, engineers and pay taxes... More
Answered By: ME - 6/24/2012
Parasites. They want Shariah Law in the West
Answered By: Kavya - 6/26/2012
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