The 60 Minutes Interview. Before the London bombings, British intelligence services estimated that one percent of British Muslims either support or are involved in terrorism.
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Thirty percent of British Muslims would prefer to live under Sharia Islamic religious law than under British law. According to the report, "Half of those who express a preference for living under Sharia law say that, given the choice, they would move to a country governed by those laws.
Twenty-eight percent hope for the U. This comports with last year's Daily Telegraph newspaper survey that found one-third of British Muslims believe that Western society is decadent and immoral and that Muslims should seek to end it.
The news is no less alarming on the question of freedom of speech. Seventy-eight percent support punishment for the people who earlier this year published cartoons featuring the Prophet Mohammed.
Sixty-eight percent support the arrest and prosecution of those British people who "insult Islam. Also concerning freedom of speech, as the NOP Research survey reports, "hardcore Islamists" constitute nine percent of the British Muslim population.
A slightly more moderate group is composed of "staunch defenders of Islam. Individuals in this group aggressively defend their religion from internal and external threats, real or imagined. The scary reality is that only three percent of British Muslims "took a consistently pro-freedom of speech line on these questions.
Ghaffur sadly describes "a generation of angry young people vulnerable to exploitation. Before the London bombings, British intelligence services estimated that one percent of British Muslims either support or are involved in terrorism. While this is mainly a peaceful and productive immigrant population, a significant number are prepared to act against their own country. The British government believes that, in recent years, 3, British Muslims have returned home from al Qaeda training camps.
Intelligence experts estimate that 1, Muslim radicals 80 percent of Pakistani origin are currently pursuing a terrorist rather than a democratic option to vent their disgust at Tony Blair's support for America's invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq and opposition to Hezbollah. This terrorist weed that is choking the U. America's fastest-growing religion is Islam, but here in the States the numbers are not a security concern, as a commitment to Islam has not overwhelmed a strong attachment to America itself — another victory for the cultural melting pot.
By contrast, the U. The result — cultural apartheid — has encouraged a significant number of Muslims to exhibit more loyalty to fellow Muslims outside of the U. Patrick Basham is director of the Democracy Institute, a Washington-based think tank.
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