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While it is conceivable that this policy may change in the future due to official concerns about international terrorism, there has yet to be any public indication of such an effort.
Introducing such a policy might lead to objections by the Japanese public that the government has no business inquiring into matters of religion, which is regarded by most Japanese as a strictly personal affair that should exist outside of the public sphere.
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There is no place anywhere on the written application where one specifies their religion or creed.
Several of the other rumors in the meme can be debunked by the facts previously stated, using common sense (e.g., with approximately 100,000 Muslims living in Japan it is reasonable to assume that some of them are renting apartments), or by reading the 14th article of Japan’s constitution: The one claim that the above-displayed meme did get right is the assertion that there is no Shariah Law in Japan.
While the claim that Japan is the only country in the world that has a negligible number of embassies in Islamic countries hinges on the definition of “negligible,” the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains embassies in several predominantly Islamic countries, including Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Comoros, and Egypt.The service was designed to help users meet new and old friends and maintain existing relationships.The website was named after its creator, Google employee Orkut Büyükkökten.Nor have I read anywhere about anyone being asked about their religious beliefs in the verbal interviews.Because there is no place on the written online application for one’s religion, the Ministry of Justice can’t publish statistics showing the religions (or races) of naturalization candidates; they can only publish sex and former nationality statistics.
There is also no truth to the claim that that you cannot import a Koran into Japan. and according to an article on the web site At the mosque in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture, about 10 children around age 10 are learning the Arabic alphabet.