I have edited this post on May 19, 2016, to clarify that I meant civil rights for American citizens who are Muslims. I do not want it being used in opposition to Donald Trump, who has called for a temporary ban on admitting Muslim immigrants until we have a way of knowing who is not safe. Many of these people have no papers. Over 90% of the Syrian immigrants are said to be Muslim when Christians are facing the worst persecution from ISIS - where are they? Many of these immigrants are young, strong men unaccompanied by families - where are the women and children who should be the first candidates for mercy and asylum?
I still do not mean that we should harass, threaten, or otherwise be uncivil to Muslims or other immigrants. They may say that we are doing those things if we will not admit them. So may the Democrats and others attempting to keep us from putting any standards in place or enforcing them. That's only to be expected and cannot be totally avoided. Those of us who are Christians, at least, need to do our best to be civil to those we encounter as Scripture says we should do, and resist calls by others, even friends or relatives, to do otherwise because they feel this is inappropriate in such circumstances.