>Also, during the Iraq war Syrians didn't let Iraqi refugees into their country. Why should we?
Political issues, not personal ones. I'll explain it.
>Well at least you indirectly admit that this "culture", dependent on oil but collectively incapable to make an internal combustion engine, would just die off without western aid.
Well, strictly said, any nation or community would suffer from isolation, not just this one. But as I said, the problem comes not from the religion itself, but from certain policies.
What I'm referring to is not the "Islamists" in general but the groups of radicals who present real challenge to international security - nationalists (obviously Islamic ones) from such countries as Turkey, Pakistan, Palestine and Saudi Arabia. They are the real backbone of all this problem, not some mythical "international conspiracy". They are aggressive, xenophobic, short-sighted, and overall very useful as a cannon fodder. This is the reason US and then NATO started to mess with them, this is the reason why the situation turned out like that, this is the reason why NATO should stop supporting them and ... at least help to maintain international security. Together with everyone else.
Well at least now somebody admits that IS plays only minor role in this conflict and mostly tries to make use of territories it already gained (or rather received from someone).