68 % of our readers believe that "Every Muslim is a Potential Terrorist"

28 %  deny it

4 %  opted for “not sure”

New Poll:

Splattered with blood, a wounded man makes a phone call on his mobile outside the Park Kultury metro station shortly after a female suicide bomber blew herself up/ EU Union Times

Regarding the recent Islamic terrorist attacks in Russia. What should Russia do?

1. Deport all Muslims to North Caucasus and give them independence

2. Kill all Muslims and keep its territories

3. convert to Islam and pray for mercy from Muslims

4. Just complain to UN and NATO

5. Do nothing about it, just welcome more terrorist attacks

6 thoughts on “68 % of our readers believe that "Every Muslim is a Potential Terrorist"”

  1. Due to an escalation of jihad, I am sure that if you ran this Poll “Every Muslim is a Potential Terrorist” again, say in six months time, the response would be higher than 68%.

  2. We would need to take option 2. if we take option 1 they will regroup and start all over again. Options 3,4,and 5 are not options at all. We have to purge the earth from this evil so we, can live without the “Satanic, Cult of Peace”.

  3. Another poll, just in case you are interested:

    [Dr. Aaron Lerner – IMRA:

    American Jews answered:

    8. In the framework of a permanent peace with the Palestinians, should
    Israel be willing to compromise on the status of Jerusalem as a united city
    under Israeli jurisdiction?
    Yes 35 No 61 Not Sure 4

    10. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? „The goal of the
    Arabs is not the return of occupied territories but rather the destruction
    of Israel.‰
    Agree 75 Disagree 20 Not Sure 5

    If they already realize this – the rest of the answers only the extent to
    which they fail or do not fail to connect the dots.

    Then again – they are not alone. There are many Israelis who fail to
    connect the dots.]

    2010 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion
    http://www.ajc.org/site/c.ijITI2PHKoG/b.5915517/k.D620/2010_Annual_Survey_of_American_Jewish_Opinion.htm

    The data reported here are taken from the 2010 Annual Survey of American
    Jewish Opinion, sponsored by AJC. Among the topics covered in this survey
    are U.S.-Israeli relations, the Arab-Israel conflict, and the Iranian
    nuclear threat. Some of the questions appearing in the survey are new;
    others are drawn from previous AJC surveys, including the various Annual
    Surveys of American Jewish Opinion carried out between 1979 and 2009.
    The 2010 survey was conducted for AJC by Synovate (formerly Market Facts), a
    leading research organization. Respondents were interviewed by telephone
    between March 2 – March 23, 2010; no interviews took place on the Sabbath.
    The sample consisted of 800 self-identifying Jewish respondents selected
    from the Synovate consumer mail panel. The respondents are representative of
    the United States adult Jewish population on a variety of measures. The
    margin of error for the sample as a whole is plus or minus 3 percentage
    points.

    A. Obama Administration
    1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job
    as President?
    Approve 57% Disaprove 38% Not sure 6%

    2. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling each of
    the following?

    A. The economy
    Approve 55
    Disapprove 42
    Not sure 3

    B. Health care
    Approve 50
    Disapprove 48
    Not sure 3

    C. Homeland security
    Approve 62
    Disapprove 33
    Not sure 5

    B. U.S.-Israel Relations

    3. How would you characterize relations between Israel and the United States
    today? Are they very positive, somewhat positive, somewhat negative, or very
    negative?
    Very positive 10
    Somewhat positive 63
    Somewhat negative 22
    Very negative 4
    Not sure 1

    4. Do you approve or disapprove of the Obama Administration’s handling of
    U.S.-Israel relations?
    Approve 55% Disaprove 37% Not sure 8%

    5. Do you approve or disapprove of the Netanyahu government’s handling of
    Israel-U.S. relations?
    Approve 57% Disaprove 30% Not sure 12%

    C. Arab-Israel Conflict
    6. As compared with one year ago, are you more optimistic about the chance
    for a lasting peace between Israel and the Arabs, less optimistic, or do you
    think the chance for a lasting peace is about the same as it was one year
    ago?
    More optimistic 6
    Less optimistic 22
    Same as one year ago 72
    Not sure 1

    7. In the current situation, do you favor or oppose the establishment of a
    Palestinian state?
    Favor 48% Oppose 45% Not sure 7%

    8. In the framework of a permanent peace with the Palestinians, should
    Israel be willing to compromise on the status of Jerusalem as a united city
    under Israeli jurisdiction?
    Yes 35 No 61 Not Sure 4

    9. As part of a permanent settlement with the Palestinians, should Israel be
    willing to dismantle all, some, or none of the Jewish settlements in the
    West Bank?
    All 8 Some 56 None 34 Not sure 2

    10. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? „The goal of the
    Arabs is not the return of occupied territories but rather the destruction
    of Israel.‰
    Agree 75 Disagree 20 Not Sure 5

    11. Do you think that Israel can or cannot achieve peace with a Hamas-led
    Palestinian government?
    Can 16 Cannot 80 Not Sure 4

    12. Should the Palestinians be required or not be required to recognize
    Israel as a Jewish state in a final peace agreement?
    Required 94 Not required 3 Not sure 1

    D. International Issues
    13. Do you approve or disapprove of the Obama Administration‚s handling of
    the Iran nuclear issue?
    Approve 47% Disaprove 42% Not sure 11%

    14. How much of a chance do you think there is that a combination of
    diplomacy and sanctions can stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons? Is
    there a good chance, some chance, little chance, or no chance?
    Good chance 5
    Some chance 27
    Little chance 45
    No chance 23
    Not sure 1

    15. Would you support or oppose the United States taking military action
    against Iran to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons?
    Support 53
    Oppose 42
    Not sure 4

    16. Would you support or oppose Israel taking military action against Iran
    to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons?
    Support 62
    Oppose 33
    Not sure 5

    17. Barack Obama has approved the deployment of an additional 30,000 U.S.
    troops in Afghanistan. Do you agree or disagree with this decision?
    Agree 62
    Disagree 35
    Not Sure 4

    18. I would like you to rate your feelings towards some countries, with one
    hundred meaning a very warm, favorable feeling, zero meaning a very cold,
    unfavorable feeling, and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold. You
    can use any number from zero to one hundred. How would you rate your
    feelings toward . . .
    Mean Score
    a. Russia 54
    b. India 64
    c. Venezuela 42
    d. Jordan 47
    e. Turkey 52
    f. China 49
    g. Egypt 49
    h. United States 88
    i. Saudi Arabia 34
    j. Germany 57

    E. Anti-Semitism
    19. Do you think anti-Semitism in the United States is currently a very
    serious problem, somewhat of a problem, or not a problem at all?
    Very serious problem 25
    Somewhat of a problem 66
    Not a problem at all 9
    Not sure 0

    20. Do you think anti-Semitism in Europe is currently a very serious
    problem, somewhat of a problem, or not a problem at all?
    Very serious problem 51
    Somewhat of a problem 44
    Not a problem at all 3
    Not sure 2

    21. Do you think anti-Semitism in the Muslim world is currently a very
    serious problem, somewhat of a problem, or not a problem at all?
    Very serious problem 87
    Somewhat of a problem 11
    Not a problem at all 1
    Not Sure 1

    22. Looking ahead over the next several years, do you think that
    anti-Semitism around the world will increase greatly, increase somewhat,
    remain the same, decrease somewhat, or decrease greatly?
    Increase greatly 14
    Increase somewhat 36
    Remain the same 41
    Decrease somewhat 7
    Decrease greatly 1

    F. Background Factors
    23. In politics as of today, do you consider yourself a Republican, a
    Democrat, or an Independent?
    Republican 15
    Democrat 50
    Independent 32
    Not sure 2

    24. Do you think of yourself as . . .
    Orthodox 10
    Conservative 24
    Reconstructionist 2
    Reform 26
    Just Jewish 37
    Not sure 1

    25. How important would you say being Jewish is in your own life?
    Very important 51
    Fairly important 34
    Not very important 15
    Not sure 0

    26. How close do you feel to Israel?
    Very close 30
    Fairly close 44
    Fairly distant 20
    Very distant 5
    Not sure 0

  4. 68 % of our readers believe that “Every Muslim is a Potential Terrorist”
    by sheikyermami on April 11, 2010

    Therese April 12, 2010 at 5:41 am.
    Oh, wishful thinking!
    My finger wavered over option 2 for a few seconds. I was seriously tempted. Deep in my heart of hearts I know that it is the solution…BUT…then we would be like them, Hitler, Stalin, Attaturk, Mussoulini, Saddam Hussein, etc., etc.
    And no. I never want to be like that.
    Whatever solution we choose it will be developed with our strong Judeao-Christian values.
    Something like:-
    PERMANENT geographical quarantine,
    PERMANENT economic management,
    PERMANENT education of their women and children with our values, PERMANENT limiting of the size of their families,
    UNTIL their populations are reduced to extinction.
    This is similar to the solution for Japan, except the population measures.
    Drastic solutions for drastic situations.

  5. I was also tempted with option 2. I reckon the best solution for world peace would be to quarantine them enmass as a people, with no exceptions, Obama included. It seems from your poll that the Jews living in America are a deluded people. I do not agree that 68% of muslims are potential terrorists, i believe that they are 100% terrorists in waiting.

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