Unfortunately a large number of Muslims support terrorism,9/11,women’s oppression,sharia laws,honor killings


Muslim opinion polls.
Quite shocking!

Terrorism

ICM Poll: 20% of British Muslims sympathize with 7/7 bombers

NOP Research: 1 in 4 British Muslims say 7/7 bombings were justified

People-Press: 31% of Turks support suicide attacks against Westerners in Iraq.

YNet: One third of Palestinians (32%) supported the slaughter of a Jewish family, including the children:

World Public Opinion: 61% of Egyptians approve of attacks on Americans
32% of Indonesians approve of attacks on Americans
41% of Pakistanis approve of attacks on Americans
38% of Moroccans approve of attacks on Americans
83% of Palestinians approve of some or most groups that attack Americans (only 14% oppose)
62% of Jordanians approve of some or most groups that attack Americans (21% oppose)
42% of Turks approve of some or most groups that attack Americans (45% oppose)
A minority of Muslims disagreed entirely with terror attacks on Americans:
(Egypt 34%; Indonesia 45%; Pakistan 33%)
About half of those opposed to attacking Americans were sympathetic with al-Qaeda’s attitude toward the U.S.

Pew Research (2010): 55% of Jordanians have a positive view of Hezbollah
30% of Egyptians have a positive view of Hezbollah
45% of Nigerian Muslims have a positive view of Hezbollah (26% negative)
43% of Indonesians have a positive view of Hezbollah (30% negative)

Pew Research (2010): 60% of Jordanians have a positive view of Hamas (34% negative).
49% of Egyptians have a positive view of Hamas (48% negative)
49% of Nigerian Muslims have a positive view of Hamas (25% negative)
39% of Indonesians have a positive view of Hamas (33% negative)

Pew Research (2010): 15% of Indonesians believe suicide bombings are often or sometimes justified.
34% of Nigerian Muslims believe suicide bombings are often or sometimes justified.

16% of young Muslims in Belgium state terrorism is “acceptable”.

Populus Poll (2006): 12% of young Muslims in Britain (and 12% overall) believe that suicide attacks against civilians in Britain can be justified. 1 in 4 support suicide attacks against British troops.

Pew Research (2007): 26% of younger Muslims in America believe suicide bombings are justified.
35% of young Muslims in Britain believe suicide bombings are justified (24% overall).
42% of young Muslims in France believe suicide bombings are justified (35% overall).
22% of young Muslims in Germany believe suicide bombings are justified.(13% overall).
29% of young Muslims in Spain believe suicide bombings are justified.(25% overall).

Pew Research (2011): 8% of Muslims in America believe suicide bombings are often or sometimes justified (81% never).
28% of Egyptian Muslims believe suicide bombings are often or sometimes justified (38% never).

Pew Research (2007): Muslim-Americans who identify more strongly with their religion are three times more likely to feel that suicide bombings are justified

ICM: 5% of Muslims in Britain tell pollsters they would not report a planned Islamic terror attack to authorities.
27% do not support the deportation of Islamic extremists preaching violence and hate.

Federation of Student Islamic Societies: About 1 in 5 Muslim students in Britain (18%) would not report a fellow Muslim planning a terror attack.

ICM Poll: 25% of British Muslims disagree that a Muslim has an obligation to report terrorists to police.

Populus Poll (2006): 16% of British Muslims believe suicide attacks against Israelis are justified.
37% believe Jews in Britain are a “legitimate target”.

Pew Research (2013): At least 1 in 4 Muslims do not reject violence against civilians (study did not distinguish between those who believe it is partially justified and never justified).

Pew Research (2013): 15% of Muslims in Turkey support suicide bombings (also 11% in Kosovo, 26% in Malaysia and 26% in Bangladesh).

al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden

Pew Research (2007): 5% of American Muslims have a favorable view of al-Qaeda (27% can’t make up their minds). Only 58% reject al-Qaeda outright.

Pew Research (2011): 5% of American Muslims have a favorable view of al-Qaeda (14% can’t make up their minds).

Pew Research (2011): 1 in 10 native-born Muslim-Americans have a favorable view of al-Qaeda.

al-Jazeera (2006): 49.9% of Muslims polled support Osama bin Laden

Pew Research: 59% of Indonesians support Osama bin Laden in 2003
41% of Indonesians support Osama bin Laden in 2007
56% of Jordanians support Osama bin Laden in 2003

Pew Global: 51% of Palestinians support Osama bin Laden
54% of Muslim Nigerians Support Osama bin Laden

MacDonald Laurier Institute: 35% of Canadian Muslims would not repudiate al-Qaeda

World Public Opinion: Muslim majorities agree with the al-Qaeda goal of Islamic law.
Muslim majorities agree with al-Qaeda goal of keeping Western values out of Islamic countries;
(Egypt: 88%; Indonesia 76%; Pakistan 60%; Morocco 64%)

ICM Poll: 13% of Muslim in Britain support al-Qaeda attacks on America.

World Public Opinion: Attitude toward Osama bin Laden:
Egypt: 44% positive, 17% negative, and 25% mixed feelings
Indonesia: 14% positive, 26% negative, 21% mixed feelings (39% did not answer)
Pakistan: 25% positive, 15% negative, 26% mixed feelings (34% did not answer)
Morocco: 27% positive, 21% negative, 26% mixed feelings
Jordanians, Palestinians, Turks and Azerbaijanis. Jordanians combined for: 27% positive, 20 percent negative, and 27 percent mixed feelings. (Palestinians 56% positive, 20% negative, 22 percent mixed feelings).

Pew Research (2010): 49% of Nigerian Muslims have favorable view of al-Qaeda (34% unfavorable)
23% of Indonesians have favorable view of al-Qaeda (56% unfavorable)
34% of Jordanians have favorable view of al-Qaeda
25% of Indonesians have “confidence” in Osama bin Laden (59% had confidence in 2003)
1 in 5 Egyptians have “confidence” in Osama bin Laden

Pew Research (2011): 22% of Indonesians have a favorable view of al-Qaeda (21% unfavorable)

Gallup: 51% of Pakistanis grieve Osama bin Laden (only 11% happy over death)
44% of Pakistanis viewed Osama bin Laden as a martyr (only 28% as an oulaw)

Zogby International 2011: “Majorities in all six countries said they viewed the United States less favorably following the killing of the Al-Qaeda head [Osama bin Laden] in Pakistan”

Populus Survey: 18% of British Muslims would be proud or indifferent if a family member joined al-Qaeda.

Policy Exchange (2006): 7% Muslims in Britain admire al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups.

9/11 Attacks

al-Arabiya: 36% of Arabs polled said the 9/11 attacks were morally justified; 38% disagreed; 26% Unsure

http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2011/09/10/166274.html

Gallup: 38.6% of Muslims believe 9/11 attacks were justified (7% “fully”, 6.5% “mostly”, 23.1% “partially”)

Pew Research (2011): Large majorities of Muslims believe in 9/11 conspiracy

Violence in Defense of Islam

40% of Indonesians approve of violence in defense of Islam.

Pew Global: 68% of Palestinian Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
43% of Nigerian Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
38% of Lebanese Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
15% of Egyptian Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
13% of Indonesian Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
12% of Jordanian Muslims say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.
7% of Muslim Israelis say suicide attacks against civilians in defense of Islam are justified.

Center for Social Cohesion: One Third of British Muslim students support killing for Islam

Policy Exchange: One third of British Muslims believe anyone who leaves Islam should be killed

NOP Research: 78% of British Muslims support punishing the publishers of Muhammad cartoons;

NOP Research: Hardcore Islamists comprise 9% of Britain’s Muslim population;
Another 29% would “aggressively defend” Islam;

Pew Research (2010): 84% of Egyptian Muslims support the death penalty for leaving Islam
86% of Jordanian Muslims support the death penalty for leaving Islam
30% of Indonesian Muslims support the death penalty for leaving Islam
76% of Pakistanis support death the penalty for leaving Islam
51% of Nigerian Muslims support the death penalty for leaving Islam

ICM Poll: 11% of British Muslims find violence for religious or political ends acceptable.

Terrorism Research Institute Study: 51% of mosques in the U.S. have texts on site rated as severely advocating violence; 30% have texts rated as moderately advocating violence; and 19% have no violent texts at all.

Pew Research (2013): 76% of South Asian Muslims and 56% of Egyptians advocate killing anyone who leaves the Islamic religion.

Pew Research (2013): 19% of Muslim Americans believe suicide bombings in defense of Islam are at least partially justified (global average is 28% in countries surveyed).

Sharia (Islamic Law)

83% of Pakistanis support stoning adulterers
78% of Pakistanis support killing apostates

Center for Social Cohesion: 40% of British Muslim students want Sharia

ICM Poll: 40% of British Muslims want Sharia in the UK

GfK NOP: 28% of British Muslims want Britain to be an Islamic state

NOP Research: 68% of British Muslims support the arrest and prosecution of anyone who insults Islam;

MacDonald Laurier Institute: 62% of Muslims want Sharia in Canada (15% say make it mandatory)

World Public Opinion: 81% of Egyptians want strict Sharia imposed in every Islamic country
76% of Pakistanis want strict Sharia imposed in every Islamic country
49% (plurality) of Indonesians want strict Sharia imposed in every Islamic country
76% of Moroccans want strict Sharia imposed in every Islamic country

World Public Opinion: 64% of Egyptians said it was “very important for the government” to “apply traditional punishments for crimes such as stoning adulterers.”

Pew Research (2010): 77% of Egyptian Muslims favor floggings and amputation
58% of Jordanian Muslims favor floggings and amputation
36% of Indonesian Muslims favor floggings and amputation
82% of Pakistanis favor floggings and amputation
65% of Nigerian Muslims favor floggings and amputation

Pew Research (2010): 82% of Egyptian Muslims favor stoning adulterers
70% of Jordanian Muslims favor stoning adulterers
42% of Indonesian Muslims favor stoning adulterers
82% of Pakistanis favor stoning adulterers
56% of Nigerian Muslims favor stoning adulterers

Pew Research (2013): 72% of Indonesians want Sharia to be law of the land

Pew Research (2013): 81% of South Asian Muslims and 57% of Egyptians suport amputating limbs for theft.

Honor Killings

Turkish Ministry of Education: 1 in 4 Turks Support Honor Killings

Civitas: 1 in 3 Muslims in the UK strongly agree that a wife should be forced to obey her husband’s bidding

BBC Poll: 1 in 10 British Muslims support killing a family member over “dishonor”.

Middle East Quarterly: 91 percent of honor killings are committed by Muslims worldwide.

95% of honor killings in the West are perpetrated by Muslim fathers and brothers or their proxies.

A survey of Muslim women in Paris suburbs found that three-quarters of them wear their masks out of fear – including fear of violence.

Two-thirds of young British Muslims agree that ‘honor’ violence is acceptable.

Pew Research (2013): Large majorities of Muslims favor Sharia. Among those who do, stoning women for adultery is favored by 89% in Pakistanis, 85% in Afghanistan, 81% in Egypt, 67% in Jordan, ~50% in ‘moderate’ Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, 58% in Iraq, 44% in Tunisia, 29% in Turkey, and 26% in Russia.

Pew Research (2013): Honor killing the woman for sex outside of marriage is favored over honor killing the man in almost every Islamic country. Over half of Muslims surveyed believed that honor killings over sex were at least partially justified.

Assimilation

Muslims have highest claimed disability rates in the UK (24% of men, 21% of women)

2011: 16% of UK prisoners in 2010 are Muslim (Muslims comprise about 3% of the total population)

Pakistani Muslims in the UK are three times more likely to be unemployed than Hindus. Indian Muslims are twice as likely to be unemployed as Indian Hindus.

Policy Exchange: 1 in 4 Muslims in the UK have never heard of the Holocaust;
Only 34% of British Muslims believe the Holocaust ever happened.

Policy Exchange: 51% of British Muslims believe a woman cannot marry a non-Muslim
Only 51% believe a Muslim woman may marry without a guardian’s consent

Policy Exchange: Up to 52% of British Muslims believe a Muslim man is entitled to up to four wives

Policy Exchange: 61% of British Muslims want homosexuality punished

NOP Research: 62% of British Muslims do not believe in the protection of free speech;
Only 3% adopt a “consistently pro-freedom of speech line”

ICM Poll: 58% of British Muslims believe insulting Islam should result in criminal prosecution

Pew Global (2006): Only 7% of British Muslims think of themselves as British first (81% say ‘Muslim’ rather than ‘Briton’)

Policy Exchange (2006): 31% Muslims in Britain identify more with Muslims in other countries than with non-Muslim Brits.

Die Welt (2012): 46% of Muslims in Germany hope there will eventually be more Muslims than Christians in Germany.

Ipsos MORI: Muslims are 3 times as likely as Christians to believe that their religion is the only way.

Pew Research (2011): Muslim-Americans four times more likely to say that women should not work outside the home.

Pew Research (2007): 26% of Muslim-Americans want to be distinct (43% support assimilation)

Pew Research (2011): 20% of Muslim-Americans want to be distinct (56% support assimilation)

Pew Research (2011): 49% of Muslim-Americans say they are “Muslim first” (26% American first)

Pew Research (2011): 21% of Muslim-Americans say there is a fair to great amount of support for Islamic extremism in their community.

ICM Poll: 11% of British Muslims find violence for political ends acceptable

Wenzel Strategies (2012): 58% of Muslim-Americans believe criticism of Islam or Muhammad is not protected free speech under the First Amendment.
45% believe mockers of Islam should face criminal charges (38% said they should not).
12% of Muslim-Americans believe blaspheming Islam should be punishable by death.
43% of Muslim-Americans believe people of other faiths have no right to evangelize Muslims.
32% of Muslims in America believe that Sharia should be the supreme law of the land.

Pew Research (2013): “At least half’ of Muslims surveyed believed polygamy is morally acceptable.
“Muslims in most countries surveyed say that a wife should always obey her husband.” (including 93% in Indonesia and 65% in Turkey).
Only 32% of Muslims in Indonesia say a woman should have the right to divorce her husband (22% in Egypt, 26% in Pakistan and 60% in Russia).

The polls show that most Muslims are not peaceful. They may not involve themselves in terrorist acts, but a large number of Muslims support violence and women’s oppression. Whatever the polls say, I still believe Muslims will be better people if they get secular scientific education, if they live in secular state, under secular laws, and if they start learning about democracy, women’s rights and free speech when they are just little children.

Comments

  1. says

    I am rather skeptical about some of these findings. This is mere polemic dressed up as statistics. There have been times when you’d find Glasgow Rangers supporters sympathetic with terrorist organisations. I don’t really
    think Amartya Sen would use this data.

      • Madhumati Adhikari says

        You are right Taslima dear ! i fully support you ! But when you talk of scientific education, i wonder if the Islamic Majority states will ever do it, because Islam is a political move and not even a religion. To keep ppl out of otuch with scientific education is their first policy.

        • Parixit says

          Religion and politics are always deeply intertwined. But it is rather disagreeable to say Islam is not a religion. The catholic church or Hindu sanatan dharma has played an equally important role in maintaining political structures over hundreds of years. In what way do you think is Islam different from these two so as to identify it purely as a political ideology and not a religion?

          • Anil says

            Yes Islam is a political ideology. A system evolved by Mohamad to fulfill his Empirical Ambition. I have tons of data to support this theology.

          • Rose says

            Paraxit–Because built within the Quran is not just a book of religion, like other religious texts. It’s a full book of societal control. It contains legal structure, political structure, and penal structure. It is a fully developed political system ready to be set up in any country at any time. All other religious entities focus on the heart and soul and behavior of the person. Quran focuses on controlling all of the peoples and determining their actions and their fate.

  2. Steersman says

    “Quite shocking”, indeed.

    But maybe we should be thankful that, for example, some 59% of Pakistanis do not approve of attacks on Americans. And which suggests that the majority – maybe, at a stretch – of Muslims can actually integrate into Western cultures. However, Ibn Warraq argued in his Why I Am Not a Muslim that Islam is intrinsically antithetical to democracy.

    In which case, one might suggest that what Western cultures are doing with their rather short-sighted immigration polices, is tantamount to clasping vipers to their breasts. If I were a Muslim, particularly a fundamentalist one, I would be a little apprehensive, if not more circumspect, on reading the historical record which is replete with cases of countries expelling or exiling various minorities and religions which didn’t mix well with their hosts.

    • Hugor Hill says

      I would argue that most religions are intrinsically antithetical to democracy and secularism in their original core form. The difference between Islam and most religions is that Islam today is stuck in a rut and unwilling to accommodate changes. Most Muslims still continue to take lessons on how to live their lives from an obsolete book

      We know that the Bible condoned slavery. The Hindu scriptures state explicitly that women’s sole goal in life must be taking care of their family and are not capable of anything else. But you would find very few Christians and Hindus who would stand by these teachings. Most religions have learnt to move on; Islam, not so much.

      I would also argue that the western immigration policies are actually rather far-sighted. Race and religion problems exist when people think of it in terms of us-versus-them. But because of immigration people can actually observe the other race and/or religion and note that despite our differences we are not so different after all. This is merely my opinion; it have nothing to back up my hypothesis. But is the only thing that might work to bring in global peace.

      • Steersman says

        Hugor Hill said (#2.1):

        I would argue that most religions are intrinsically antithetical to democracy and secularism in their original core form.

        You wouldn’t get much if any disagreement from me on that point. Seems most religions are rather hierachical and authoritarian – largely the antithesis of democracy. And while Jesus reportedly said “render unto Caesar that which is Caesars, and unto God that which is God’s” which seems be predicated on a separation of church and state, it seems that, in practical terms, Christians are all too ready to ignore that principle.

        I would also argue that the western immigration policies are actually rather far-sighted. Race and religion problems exist when people think of it in terms of us-versus-them.

        There might well be some justification for that perspective. However, it also seems like it is a two-way street which many Muslims (40% to 60%) insist is only one way – their way. I think if they continue to insist on that, and push-comes-to-shove then they are likely to be badly disillusioned, and seriously discomfited.

  3. wtfwhatever says

    As shocking as this is, I can go worse: 95% of online feminists think misandry ain’t a real thing, or that women aren’t equal initiators of domestic violence, or that malicious false rape accusations should go unpunished.

    Feminists and Islam, two peas in a pod.

    • Steersman says

      I’ll certainly agree that there are some brands of feminism that exhibit degrees of dogmatism that are of the same kind if not the same degree as that exhibited by some Muslim fundamentalists.

      But I will seriously question your “95% of online feminists think misandry ain’t a real thing”. You have any statistics to back up that claim? Certainly many “online feminists” – many over on the AtheismPlus site – seem to be of that view. But “95%” seems to be a serious stretch.

    • Parixit says

      I dont think feminists reject the idea of misandry or domestic violence by women. They think it is not ‘equal’ in magnitude with misogyny or domestic violence by men.

  4. Steersman says

    Well Wisher:

    Maybe a straightforward question, but a rather complicated answer. A couple of relevant quotes from a rather detailed and admirable book – highly recommended:

    A note from recent history:

    Two other skeptics also doubted Islam’s ability to provide any solutions to modern-day problems. In 1986, a Cairo lawyer, Nur Farwaj, wrote an article criticizing the sharia, the Islamic law, as “a collection of reactionary tribal rules unsuited to contemporary societies.” Also in 1986, Egyptian lawyer and essayist Faraj Fada published a pamphlet under the aggressive title of NO to Sharia. The work argued for the separation of religion and state because Islam could not provide the secular constitutional framework necessary for running a modern state. [pg 7]

    On the question of types of Islam:

    Even more dishonest is the continuing attempt to exonerate Islam itself—especially by using phrases such as “Islamic fundamentalist,” “Muslim fanatic,” and so on.

    The term “Islamic fundamentalist “is in itself inappropriate, for there is a vast difference between Christianity and Islam. Most Christians have moved away from the literal interpretation of the Bible; for most of them, “It ain’t necessarily so.” Thus we can legitimately distinguish between fundamentalist and non-fundamentalist Christians. But Muslims have not moved away from the literal interpretation of the Koran: all Muslims—not just a group we have called “fundamentalist”—believe that the Koran is literally the word of God.

    The preceding examples of mob riots show that ordinary Muslims very easily take offense at what they perceive to be insults to their holy book, their prophet, and their religion. Most ordinary Muslims supported Khomeini’s fatwa against Rushdie. [pg 11]

    Although I would dispute his assertion about “most Christians have moved away from the literal interpretation of the Bible”. The Pew Forum surveys generally give the lie to that contention, although it seems, from recollection, more true of Christians than of Muslims.

    Similarities with fascism:

    The Scottish essayist [Carlyle] sees the Arabs in general as active but also meditative, with wild strong feelings, and they possess that supreme quality “religiosity.” Their religion is heartily believed. What is most important is sincerity, not truth—it hardly matters what is believed as long as it is believed with a fierceness that goes beyond mere reason. “The very falsehoods of Mahomet are truer than the truths of [an insincere man].”

    Russell and others have seen in Carlyle’s ideas the intellectual ancestry of fascism. Carlyle’s fascism can be seen not only in his uncritical adulation of the strong leader, but also in his sentimental glorification of violence, cruelty, extremism, and irrationalism, in his contempt for reason: “A candid ferocity … is in him; he does not mince matters.” [pg 24]

    From the first chapter, section therein titled Trahison des Clercs [Betrayal by the Intellectuals ?]:

    Another disturbing development in recent years explains the uncritical attitude of Islamicists toward Islam. A British university dismissed one scholar from his academic post as lecturer in Islamic studies because of pressure from the Saudi Arabian sponsors, who decided that they did not like the way he was teaching Islam. [pg 32; D. Easterman, New Jerusalems; pgs 92-93]

    Entirely consistent with the recent kowtowing by other English Universities to permit gender segregation which should by rights, I think, raise a stink in the nostrils of every last person in Britain – if not the World – with any commitment to any brand of feminism – or humanism.

    And a last quote or two from the last chapter on Islam in the West:

    Britain is said to have approximately one-and-a-half million Muslims, a majority from the Indian subcontinent. Most, if not all, are there of their own free will, seeking to better their economic situation. In the last fifteen years, many Muslims have made it clear that they have no intention of being assimilated into the host society; instead, it is up to the host society to change, to accord them separate rights, and separate privileges. Some of their most articulate spokesmen have spelled out what they hope to achieve. Dr Zaki Badawi, former Director of the Islamic Cultural Centre, London, wrote: “A proselytizing religion cannot standstill. It can either expand or contract. Islam endeavors to expand in Britain. Islam is a universal religion. It aims at bringing its message to all corners of the earth. It hopes that one day the whole of humanity will be one Muslim community, the Ummah.”

    One might quibble about his “many Muslims”, but I think that Taslima’s statistics suggest rather strongly that that “many” constitutes a very large percentage – possibly in the 40% to 60% range, depending on the particular social issue being discussed.

    A report on Muslim attitudes to education in Britain, prepared by the Islamic Academy, Cambridge, and the Islamic Cultural Centre, London, makes it clear that Muslims are not happy about the secular approach to education. Muslims want to keep their basic, Islamic values, which are threatened by the values of the host community, even if it means disobeying the laws of Britain. As Hiskett justly observes:

    At no point in this joint statement do the scholarly authors address the possibility that the only real way to avoid lifestyles that are “destructive of basic [Islamic]values” is not to have migrated into them in the first instance; but rather to have remained within those vast areas of the Islamic Ummah where the lifestyles remain consonant with these values. Muslim spokesmen, when faced with such a rejoinder, will argue that many of them—the second and third generations—have been born in the United Kingdom and that it is therefore unreasonable to propose this solution. On the contrary, the proper conclusion, so it would seem from their public statements, is that the receiving society must now change to accommodate them and not the other way round. This is surely the crux of the argument that has increasingly vexed public opinion in Britain since these Muslim immigrants have become sufficiently articulate to engage public attention. [pgs 352-353]

    Doesn’t look particularly compatible to democracy or other secular values to me.

    But I think the whole book is a rather damning indictment of virtually every branch of Islam, with the possible exceptions of explicitly secular ones and Sufism, and of the rather short-sighted policies which permit the types of shenanigans Warraq describes in exhaustive detail.

  5. VADIRAJ C S (@vschanna) says

    Scary data indeed. Hope Muslims the world over will have, the courage to face these disturbing data, and start taking correctives. Wonder why none of the surveys cover Indian Muslims, who constitute the second largest among the Muslims in the world.

  6. Anil says

    The Data is indeed right and conservative. There is a website run by EX MUSLIMS. Every one who wants to know why Muslims create problems for every one world over then this is a very authentic source. The website is http://www.prophetofdoom.net
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    Just go to the Islamic Quotes on this website and find out how the Islamic Teachings are commanding every Muslim to do all kinds of Evil things.
    http://www.prophetofdoom.net/Islamic_Quotes.Islam

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    This site gives answers to majority of the Questions of why Muslims:-

    1. Become Terrorists and support Terrorism
    2. Do War
    3. Do Jihad
    4. Become Martyrs/Mercenaries
    5. Become Militants
    6. Become Murderers
    7. Do Torture of Non Muslims
    8. Do Thievery & promote Slavery
    9. Destroy Peace
    10. Destroy Peaceful Muslims
    11. Do Deception
    12. Are Intolerant
    13. Believe in Demons & Devils
    14. Become Immoral
    15. Love Money
    16. Have Lust
    17. Hate Jews
    18. Hate Christians
    19. Promote Racism
    20. Torture Women
    21. Promote Stupidity
    22. Purposely violate Law of the Non Muslim Country

      • Anil says

        I am not Muslim hating person. I have Muslim friends and I say the same thing to them and they have no replies as I have authenticated verses from Islam. You can say that I am Islam hating person.

        A action has emminence by the motive. Same action having different motives cannot be compared. A bullet fired by sodier on border on enemy soldier to protect his nation and a bullet fired by a Muslim to loot a Non Muslim cannot be compared. First one is Servive to Nation and Second one is Murder!

        I was just thinking why Muslims behave like this so gradually I came to know all the things in Islam!

        I am speaking about what is written in Islamic Texts and how it promotes all the evils because Muslims believe that it is the final word and they have to obey it.

        Now there are only 2 ways: Either Edit the Koran and other Islamic texts, which they will not accept or finish the Islam. Finishing Islam does not mean finishing Muslims but to finish the religion by doing the things which will finish the faith. Doing the things which Islam says cannot be done. For example it is written in Islam that no one can attack Kaba as it is protected by Birds who throw stones on any one who attacks, so If the Nukes target the Kaba than the eyes of the Muslims will open when no bird will come to save it.
        Muslims say so much about Qayamat but they will not tell when asked when is the Qayamat, so this riducules them.
        Ask Muslims that where is Allah now? Is he on Vacation till Qayamat? And they have no answer.

        In recent past the American F-16’s were protecting the Kaba during Gulf War. World over whereever Muslims are in Sizable number they start troubling the Non Muslims and Non Muslim Government.

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        This is not the case with the Hindus.

        There are much more Hindus in America and Europe but they are not Terrorists or threat to world peace.

        Hindu scripts do not ask to convert Non Hindus. Parsis came to India after Iran was Plundered by Muslims, ever after so many Centuries still they are not converted by Hindus and both Religion people respect each other. These same parsis had gone to Muslim country there would have been no Parsis left in mere a decade.

        Hindu scripts do not ask to hate Muslims, Christians, Jews, or any other religious people.

        Hinduism is the only religion which does not require its adherents to follow a very strict and singular path to go to God but it gives various options, and the adherent can choose any path or devise his own path as done by various Hindu Saints or choose no path and enjoy life being a Hindu.

        There is not a single Hindu Book that they have to follow strictly and compulsorily again it depends on the adherent which Book to follow or not to follow.

        Hindus are reformists so they accept change as per the times.

        There is no compulsion for Hindus to go to Temples on particular day or particular time but the individual can decide when to go. There is no compulsion to go to Temple. But in other Religions it is compulsary to go on particular day and particular time or else that person is a non believer.

        Your stay in India was not jeopardised by Hindus but by Muslims even though there are around 80% Hindus still you feel Hindus and Muslims are same?

  7. Anil says

    Will you permit entry of Rabid Dogs in your Home?

    But Europe and America is allowing the Entry and Immigration of the Rabid dogs in their Countries!

    Whole Europe and America will be finished by these immigrated Rabid Dogs in just a Century!

    • says

      you are commenting on free thought blogs. I want to remind you that it is not an anti Muslim Hindu fundamentalists’ blog. If you use your stupid hatred not your thinking mind to comment, I will block you. Consider this message as a yellow card.

  8. left0ver1under says

    There’s no surprise in hearing “moderate muslims” support terrorism. Many so-called “moderate christians” support anti-abortion groups, including those who bomb clinics and kill doctors (aka terrorists). Many jewish people who claim not to hate Palestinians keep voting for political parties that order the military to commit mass murder and other war crimes. And the same is true of many other religions.

    http://www.atheistcartoons.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/charlie.jpg

    People will always support “their own” over “the other”, even when they disagree with them, even when “their own” are oppressing them. “Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t” goes the old saying.

    But even worse are those who do agree and just don’t want to say it publicly. They support atrocities behind closed doors and through money and votes.

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