posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 11:43 AM
reply to post by Sphota
Look, Sphota, I am in no way intending to bash Lebanonese Christians in Mexico. In fact, I have a Christian Arab last name.
I agree with you on Nader. I have no idea who Hayek is?
Anyways, I concur with you on the ancient data. But where can we find newer information within the last ten years? (after the assassination, downfall
of govt., tourism in the region, wars with Israel, etc.)
I am simply saying it is possible that more Muslims from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq have arrived in Mexico due to economic/political upheaval and plans
from Hizbullah. The poster I replied to indicated that it was a far stretch to see a Middle Easterner as a part of Mexico's drug cartels. I do
believe that because of the similarities between the two countries--heavy tourism and drug trade--that there's not solid proof, but conditions for
some likelihood that this may be
occurring. I did not intend to include "Christians" in this, although again it depends on econoomic