According to a recent survey, almost two-thirds of European Muslims want to live under sharia.
by Ingrid Carlqvist
A majority of Muslims want sharia law to take precedence over the secular laws of their European host countries. This according to a new survey WZB Berlin Social Science Center based on interviews with Muslims in six countries including Sweden. The survey ought to raise eyebrows among Western politicians say researchers.
Turkish and Moroccan immigrants to Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Holland and Sweden were asked three questions:
- Is sharia is more important to you than the laws of the land you are living in? (Yes: 66 percent).
- Do you think there is only one legitimate interpretation of the Koran that should be binding on all Muslims? (Yes: 75 percent).
- Do you think Muslims ought to return to the “Islams roots”? (Yes: 60 percent).
Those who answered yes to all questions were labeled “consistent fundamentalists” â€” and they make up 44 percent of all Muslims covered by the survey. Fundamentalist attitudes are equally prevalent among younger and older Muslims.
In other news, the unemployment rate in Italy has reached a record 12%. More than a million Italians have lost their jobs since the crisis began in 2008.
By a Muslim who has acquired British citizenship,Â here.Â (by Hugh Fitzgerald)
“This [deprivation of citizenship] is happening. There are somewhere between 40 and 240 Brits in Syria, and we are probably not as quick as we should be to strip their citizenship.”
Looks like Theresa’s got a winner:
Even the comments of the leftie Independent are in favour. Top comments at 1pm GMT are
- There is nothing remotely British about these people.Â Goodbye
- If your allegiance is first and foremost to your religion and you believe that religious laws are pre-eminent over Britain sovereign law then you don’t have a right to British citizenship anyway.
- I suppose that these Jihadists can always get a job with M & S on the Food & Alcohol section as Security staff.
- Critics warned the practice could leave individuals at risk of torture and ill-treatment in their home countries”.
THEIR HOME COUNTRIES describes the situation perfectly. They chose to leave Britain and go their to kill their specific Muslim enemy. Their choice, they were not forced to go. Having made their choice, they can live with it.
- Why has she not deported their families as well? That at least would be a step in the right direction.