Answer: The official policy of Japan is not to give citizenship to Muslims who come to Japan, says the The Jewish Press.
What's more, the nation prohibits Muslim proselytizing. It also discourages Islamic immigration by Muslims, including physicians, engineers and managers; even those employed by foreign corporations.
The few Muslims that reside in Japan are expected to pray at home; not to spread their prayer clothes on public sidewalks where they endanger pedestrians. The restrictions are so rigid that only one imam exists in Tokyo, a city of 13.35 million.
Because Japan is a homogeneous population, there are no human rights organizations beset over those who would hurt the feelings of terrorists.
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