>>Most of these northern cities are being overtaken by Muslim immigrants and the churches converted to mosques.<<
I’m north of Detroit and FAR north of Dearborn.
We are surrounded by Chaldeans. I really don’t know of any Catholic Churches converted to Mosques in my area.
I'm glad to hear that. I was going by some articles I've read as well as people talking about it. Probably a few were even comedians and TV shows. From the link http://www.planetizen.com/node/11375 I read:
An in-depth look at Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit that - home to the second largest Arab population outside the Middle East - some call "America's Muslim capital."
Dearborn is a microcosm of the Middle East planted in the Midwestern United States. The roughly 40,000 Arab Americans of Dearborn (out of 100,000 total residents) defy the myth many Americans hold of a unified Muslim world. While there are some radical Islamists, Dearborns growing Muslim population runs the gamut from international traders to educated professionals to local business owners. Every Arab nationality and religious sect is found in Dearborn, from Yemeni traditionalists to secular modernists.
Like I said, I was just going by what I have heard and the terms Detroitistan and Dearbornistan were used to describe the effect the Muslims are having on cities that are past their heyday and are being changed into microcosms of Arab countries. The WASPs moved out and the Muslims moved in. But whenever you get tired of the cold, you are more than welcome to relocate to Charlotte, it's beautiful here!