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Our pathetic leaders in the West keep on telling us that it just a tiny minority of Muslims who are radical. If that were true it is irrelevant because even a tiny minority are a big threat, but the truth is that it is a huge minority doing the killing and an even larger amount who support them. The truth is now staring everyone in the face for those that have the courage to admit it; that in Britain at least it is 27% who support or “sympathize” with murdering ISIS Muslims. The tragedy is that even the low life politicians know the truth but none in the West have the courage to stand up and declare war and then commit to fight the war to destroy ISIS. We have the means but we do not have the stomach. If you wish to support us to send fighters to defend the Christians in Iraq and Syria click here
Some 27 per cent of British Muslims sympathise with Paris gunmen, while more than one in ten say satirical cartoons “deserve” to be attacked
city councilors and relatives pose…Paris city councilors and relatives pose on January 9, 2013 outside the Paris City Hall with
The partner of slain Charlie Hebdo editor Charb, Jeannette Bougrab, outside the Paris City Hall after the city made the weekly satirical magazine ‘Charlie Hebdo’ an honorary citizen of Paris Photo:
One in four British Muslims sympathise with terrorists behind the Charlie Hebdo attacks, a new poll shows.
A poll reveals how a significant minority of Muslims endorse terrorist atrocities against those who mock the Prophet Mohammed.
Some 27 per cent of British Muslims said they have “some sympathy for the motives behind the attacks” on the Paris magazine, according to polling by ComRes for the BBC.
A further 32 per cent said they were not surprised by the attacks. Some 11 per cent said that magazines which publish images of the Prophet Mohammed “deserve to be attacked.”
And only 68 per cent of British Muslims said that attacks on the publishers of images of the Prophet are “never” justified, while 24 disagreed.
A strong majority – 78 per cent – said they find depictions of the Prophet “deeply offensive to me personally”.
Some 12 people were killed and 11 wounded in an attack by two Islamist terrorists at the office of Charlie Hebdo in Paris on January 7. The magazine had published satirical images of the Prophet.
At the same time, the polling shows a high degree of loyalty to Britain, with 95 per cent saying they feel loyal, and 93 per cent saying British laws should always be obeyed.
However, some 20 per cent say Western society is incompatible with Islam, 46 per cent say British is becoming less tolerant of Muslims and prejudice against Islam makes it “very difficult” being Muslim in Britain. Of those polled, 35 per cent said they did not feel British people trust Muslims.
Baroness Warsi, the former Foreign Office minister, said the level of sympathy for the motives behind the Charlie Hebdo attacks was “worrying”.
She said the decision to abandon an annual survey of different communities across the UK as part of cost-cutting had left Whitehall without the comparative detail needed to understand sentiment.
“One of the problems we have had in relation to good policy-making around our minority communities is that it has become headline-driven, it has become sensationalist and it is therefore not dealing with the long-term problem in a calm way.”