By: James J. Lammam | September 23, 2018 09:24:58I have no doubt that in the coming days, the United States will begin to see what Bosnian Muslims have already experienced.
It is only a matter of time before the US begins to see the Muslim conversion of Bosnia.
In the meantime, the US is beginning to see a steady flow of Muslim converts from Bosnia, especially from the northern part of Bosnia where the majority of Muslim refugees are located.
This is because of the political, economic, and cultural policies of the US Government.
For example, the State Department in 2016 issued a “Notice of Interest” to the Bosnian Government and the Bosniak National Council for a Presidential Memorandum for a program to assist in the process of converting Muslim refugees from the Bosnians to the US.
This program is not about converting Muslims, but about assimilating Muslims into the Bosnic culture.
The program seeks to assist the Bosnosians in the conversion process by offering education, training, financial support, and assistance in establishing the Muslim community in the US, including providing opportunities for the Bosnis to participate in the Bosnia National Council and other public and private institutions.
For the past several years, I have seen the American public and media in the United State and around the world start to view the Bosnik Muslims as part of the American Muslim community.
This is a fact that the Bosnesian Government has been aware of for a long time.
During my visit to Bosnia last September, I saw that many of the Bosnas were welcoming the Americans to the country and the citizens of Bosnia had a sense of pride that their country had adopted them as part to their identity.
Many Bosniaks are also aware of the Muslim identity and the Muslim culture in Bosnia, as evidenced by the large number of Bosniag-Muslim citizens in the new Bosnian parliament, including some members of the ruling coalition.
For Bosniakis, the Bosch national council is an important step toward integration into the US culture.
For Bosnis, it is a symbol of their identity, and it is also a symbol that Muslims, who are considered a second-class citizens, will be allowed to assimilate into American society and culture.
When I went to Bosnia in October 2016, I spoke with a Bosnian woman named Zainab, who told me that the Americans are looking for Bosnans to convert into American culture.
I asked her what she thought about the Muslim Americans in the country.
She told me, “I am sure that there will be many Bosnaks who convert to American culture, and we will see that as soon as possible.”
In the past, the Muslims of Bosnia have been forced to live in the south of the country, where they are subjected to discrimination by Bosnian citizens, and their presence in the area is often not welcomed.
In a letter to the United Nations General Assembly, Bosnian President Radovan Karadzic declared that Muslims in the north of the nation are being “blocked by the Bosenians” and that “the Bosnian Serbs are trying to destroy them in the name of religion.”
Zainab explained to me that she was in charge of a Bosniac Association that works with Bosnian-Americans to convert Bosnak Muslims to American citizenship.
She explained to us that, in her opinion, the main problem in the northern parts of Bosnia is the discrimination that Muslims face.
In 2017, Zainabs Bosnian Association had a meeting with several Bosnian businessmen and professionals to discuss their business and political opportunities in the region.
She pointed out to them that Muslims were discriminated against in the rest of Bosnia because the Bosnean Government did not allow Muslims to immigrate into the region, as it would allow Bosnian Jews to immigrate into the area.
She explained that it was a clear indication that the US did not like the Muslims in Bosnia because of their Muslim religion.
The Bosnian government has also created an initiative to help the Bosnsians to achieve their goals of becoming Americans.
Zainaba explained that Bosnagans in the east of Bosnia were given the option to become US citizens, but not in the western part of Bosnica.
The Bosnic government did not have any interest in giving the Bosnamians the opportunity to become Americans, she explained.
As the Bosno-American community continues to grow, there will surely be a gradual trend toward integration in the American culture and society.
I am certain that this is a process that will begin in the near future.
The US will welcome Muslims to the USA and the American-Muslim community will begin adapting to the American way of life.
This article originally appeared on Breitbart News.