When I heard that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second and younger terrorist responsible for the Boston Marathon Massacre came from Dagestan about ten years ago I knew he was Muslim (83% of their population is Muslim). I know I'm jumping to conclusions, but if he were Russian Orthodox then after coming here as a child of nine after a decade he would have been a good American.
Muslims however, no matter how young they come here or even if born here, are never truly Americans. Some of my readers may protest, "Hey, Bernie, what about patriotic American Muslims who join our military, aren't they good Americans?"
Yes, they appear to be good Americans until they become overcome with Sudden Jihad Syndrome; recall Nidal Malik Hasan, who was born in this country, went to our schools, joined the military and after 39 years as a "good American" murdered 13 people and wounded 30 others at Fort Hood, see my article Muslim Atrocities Are Not Done By Muslim Extremists.
Christians, Jews, Hindus and others who come to America eventually assimilate, eventually integrate, eventually become good Americans. But Islam is not just a faux religion, it is a way of life: it is Mohammed's way and never the way of the host country. That's why I know my conclusion jump is not that big of a leap.
However because he lived among us and moved about without suspicion, Dzhokar was more dangerous than foreign terrorists. We at least try to detect foreign extremists coming to our shores. Sadly, we do not have enough police resources to watch every Muslim in our country. I do not know how many of these attacks we will certainly face in the future before we take the only action that we will definitely have to take: forbid any further visas for Muslims, and eventually the deportation of all devout Muslims.
Yes, I know how it sounds - in the 1940s my relatives were forcibly removed from their homes to concentration camps where most of them died. However the difference between the Jews of that time and Muslims of our time is that Jews were not blowing up German buses or restaurants or other public places. If they truly were a threat to the German people then I certainly would not blame Germany for deporting their Jews. The death camps however were egregiously evil.
One day, my view will not appear bigoted or extreme. Things are only going to get worse.