Whether madrassas or not, there are Islamic schools in Lexington and Louisville for grades k-8, neither noted as a madrassa. Hopefully, the drumbeat for killing the infidel is not a constant in these schools, in which religion and Arabic are taught. In the madrassas in other countries, it unquestionably is, especially for boys. In some countries such as Afghanistan, education for girls is discouraged, perhaps denied. In any case, Muslims are taught at an early age to kill infidels or subject them to the tax (slavery), except for Jews, who are to be killed...period.
Muslims entering this country—at least huge numbers of them—have been taught in the madrassas that infidels are to die or pay the tax. In the U.S., they are not a visible threat because they are a distinct minority and easy to profile (except for converts), a nasty term to the political correctness crowd but fact nevertheless. They probably number between six and seven million, about two percent of the population. Currently, the governors of more than half the states (Kentucky not among them) have refused Syrian refugees, though it's problematic as to their right to do that, though they can refuse all state services. Congress is passing legislation to declare a pause but it will be vetoed.
This is from ABC News of 20 November 2013: “The discovery in 2009 of two al Qaeda-Iraq terrorists living as refugees in Bowling Green, Kentucky -- who later admitted in court that they'd attacked U.S. soldiers in Iraq -- prompted the bureau to assign hundreds of specialists to an around-the-clock effort aimed at checking its archive of 100,000 improvised explosive devices collected in the war zones, known as IEDs, for other suspected terrorists' fingerprints. … As a result of the Kentucky case, the State Department stopped processing Iraq refugees for six months in 2011, federal officials told ABC News – even for many who had heroically helped U.S. forces as interpreters and intelligence assets.”
The threat attached to Muslim refugees from any country is profoundly remarked in the Bowling Green matter, in which the city had been infiltrated by Muslim thugs who could have blown Bowling Green away if they so desired. The notion that they can be vetted (bad ones weeded out) is wishful thinking since U.S relations with militant Muslim countries have been non-existent for years. The 9/11 bombers entered the U.S. legally and boarded airplanes legally. The shoe-, underwear- and Times Square-bomber would have killed thousands more if they had had sufficient training to set off their trigger-devices. They would not have been vetted out. Point: this country is imminently vulnerable.
The most galling thing, though, comes from an arrogant, pompous, self-righteous president who speaks of values and says constantly “This is not who we are” with reference to the Syrians. There are over 11 million illegal Mexicans in this country raising families, being provided government services, educating their children and all the rest at some expense to the taxpayers. This is called generosity on a massive scale, and I don't believe they should just be thrown out. In other words, this country has done its part, not to mention all the foreign-aid, the silly president's remarks notwithstanding. This is who we are!
And so it goes.