20 Feb 2013
The only refugees from Syria who should be let in, to any part of Europe or anywhere else, are the Assyrian and Armenian Christians. Groups like Barnabas Fund, who have worked with them for years, know these people, know their priests, know their flocks, and would be in a position to 'weed out' any Muslims who might try pretending to be what they weren't, in order to get in, once it became apparent that only Christians were being admitted.
The Christians do not practise polygyny, obviously; and have much smaller families than the Muslims - though probably larger than the average native Swedish family; they tend to be educated, if they can manage it at all (and if they are poor and illiterate, once they arrive in a non-Islamic land they will seize the chance for education) and they are willing to work.
They would have to be de-dhimmified (Mark Durie's book 'The Third Choice' together with its companion volume 'Liberty to the Captives', should be required reading for all Christian and, too, secular groups involved in welcoming and settling in non-Muslim fugitives escaped from the dar al Islam) but they are assimilable.