Out of 60 million people in Italy, more than two million (4%) of them are Muslims. However, the vast majority of Italians don’t like them, don’t trust them, fear them, and don’t want them there. Yet Italy keeps taking them in. On the other hand, oil-rich Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar, could well-afford to take in most of the Muslim refugees, but they refuse, and the UN doesn’t say a word. Think about it.
The wealthiest Gulf nations argue that accepting large numbers of refugees is a serious threat to the safety of its citizens because terrorists could hide themselves among them.