But why tho?
In the Koran is the permission to kill Jews and Christians (Surah 9:29), to terrorize non-Muslims (8:12), to rape young girls (65:4), to enslave people for sex (4:3), to lie about one's true goals (3:54), and the command to make war on the infidels (9:123) and subjugate the entire world to Allah (9:33).
I'm pretty sure many of those things are allowed in Judaism as well. And just checked 3:54 because I always doubted that accusation, and that verse has nothing to do with 'lying about one's goals.' the mainstream view is that if your life is in danger you can lie and that's about it. Virtually nobody believes in the Osama bin Laden version of lying.
And the Christian bible says to kill people who don't listen to priests (Deuteronomy 17:12), kill homosexuals (Leviticus 20:13), death for cursing at their parents (Proverbs 20:20), kill non-believers (Chronicles 15:12-13), kill people of other religions (Deuteronomy 13:7-12) and kill people who work on the Sabbath (Exodus 31:12-15).Should we ban the Christians too? Or maybe it's better to realize that everyone is an individual who makes their own moral judgments, therefore, people can only be judged based on their own actions instead of making up crimes they haven't committed.
@Brian, yes we should ban the Christians if they did those things. The difference between the religions is Islam never experienced an Enlightenment.
@PH:I'm well aware what 'taqiyya' is. Virtually nobody accepts that cartoonish bin Laden version of taqiyya is the point. Try again.
But does that say that preventing "immigration" is against libertarian hadith?