Thursday, May 24, 2007

Two Muslim Authors React to Survey of Muslim-American Attitudes Toward U.S.

OK, this discussion has good and bad news. Only 25% of American Muslims want to blow themselves up in crowds. Yay!

However, that is over a million terrorist Muslims living in the US. Yikes!

I am wondering how many Islamists lied on this survey. A good Muslim is encouraged to lie to his enemy to placate the enemy. Is that happening here? That could seriously increase these numbers!

Final point, Muslims have large families. They are expected to have many kids. That means the average size of Muslim families is larger than four. Which averages out to every Muslim household having a terrorist. Harboring a terrorist is illegal. How many criminal families are in Islamic America?


FOXNews.com - Two Muslim Authors React to Survey of Muslim-American Attitudes Toward U.S. - Bill O’Reilly | The O’Reilly Factor: "JOHN KASICH, GUEST HOST: A new poll of American Muslims is really raising some eyebrows. Here are some of the most interesting findings. One in four of those younger than 30 say that suicide bombings are sometimes acceptable to defend their religion. Only 40 percent believe Arab men were behind the 9/11 attacks. And more than half say it's harder being a Muslim in America since 9/11.

Joining us now with reaction, Irshad Manji, author of the book 'The Trouble with Islam Today' and Ahmed Younis, the author of the book 'American Muslims Speak the Truth.' Irshad, pretty stunning to me. Twenty-six percent of young Muslims saying that somehow suicide bombing can be justified. How is this possible?

IRSHAD MANJI, MUSLIM AUTHOR: Well John, first of all, in the spirit of no spin, let me say that I'm disappointed with FOX News. A patriotic channel like this ought to be emphasizing all of the good news that's coming out of this report. And there's plenty of it, showing that the condition of American Muslims is so much better than that of Muslims in Europe. And that's the pat on the back for the United States. So let's not lose focus of that bigger context."

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