Sunday, August 27, 2006

Americans suspicious of Mohammedans

Poll news:
A 2006 Gallup survey of American public opinion found that "many Americans harbor strong bias against U.S. Muslims".
22% say they would not like to have a Muslim as a neighbor.
34% believe U.S. Muslims support al-Qaeda.
Only 49% believe U.S. Muslims are loyal to the United States.
39% advocate that U.S. Muslims should carry special ID
There is some justification for questioning the loyalty of Mohammedans. recent Pew poll:
Fully eight-in-ten (81%) British Muslims think of themselves as Muslims first rather than as British.
Killing infidels has been a core Mohammedan belief for 1400 years. I'd like to see some polls on how many Mohammedans endorse that view, and how many repudiate it.

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