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Saturday, August 26, 2006

Terror war fans Islamphobia in Britain Regional-UK, Politics, 8/25/2006 Attempts to treat the threat of terrorism as a religious rather than a political issue appear to have hit British perceptions of Islam, according to a new poll carried out for the Telegraph Friday.

Hmmm, 99.99% of the terrorist attacks in the last 30 years are committed by young Moslem men. All of them profess a religious fervor. I suppose the Western world is supposed to just keep their eyes closed to this fact.

The effects have also damaged the image of British Muslims as not being overwhelmingly peaceful and law-abiding citizens and also show support for controversial proposals that the country's 1.8 million community should be targeted to defeat terrorism.

Hmm, I think I’d have to say the damage has been done by. . .young Moslem men, and this time women.

The YouGov poll, conducted in the wake of the latest alleged plot to blow up flights to the US, found that 53 per cent of respondents now felt that Islam posed a major or some threat to Western liberal democracy.

This means that 47% of the British are still being willingly blind.

The number is seven points higher than in the aftermath of last year's London bombings and has grown from 32 per cent following the 9/11 atrocities in the US.

Similarly the view that Islam poses only a small or no threat has declined to only 34 per cent, from 47 per cent in 2005 and from 63 per cent five years ago.

Man there are some blind, deaf, and or dumb people in this world.

This month, the Muslim News condemned the latest rhetoric of the so called war on terror, including the recent call by US President George W Bush's for an all-embracing "war with Islamic fascists" and Prime Minister Tony Blair's war against "reactionary Islam." Last month, it also criticized the "lurid language" used by the press and politicians, saying this was the "fundamental reason why the government is failing to tackle terrorism." "By demonizing Islam, whatever terminology we use - Islamists or Islamic with terrorist, extremist - and using phrases like 'the terrorists are using a deviant form of Islam' etc, Muslims as a whole are being tarred," it warned in its editorial.

Let me see here, you don’t want islam combined with the word terrorist or fascist or extremist but you want your people to keep being all of the above, Look you goat-fellating fools the West is on to your garbage now, you’re about one terror attack from the all-out war of religions for which you have been calling for years. Keep the same old shi’ite going and get ready to say bye bye…can you say Hiroshima?

"The YouGov survey confirms ministers' fears that the country is becoming polarized between Muslims and the rest of the population, which is suspicious of them, and that a belief in 'a clash of civilizations' has taken root," the Telegraph said.

It said that since a similar poll conducted after the July 7 bombings in London, there has been a significant increase in the number of people worried about some of their Muslim compatriots.

There should be, Moslems must always be held under suspicion.

This includes the nearly doubling from 10 to 18 per cent in those who believe that "a large proportion of British Muslims feel no sense of loyalty to this country and are prepared to condone or even carry out acts of terrorism." The number who believe that "practically all British Muslims are peaceful, law-abiding citizens who deplore terrorist acts as much as any- one else" has also fallen from 23 per cent last year to 16 per cent.

But the British, no make that European, Moslems have as much as said that they are Moslems first and feel no loyalty to their countries.

The poll also showed increasing support from 60 to 65 per cent in that the security services should now focus intelligence-gathering and terrorism-prevention efforts on Muslims.

As the old saying goes, “Fish where they’re biting and you’ll catch more fish”

The survey found that an overwhelming 73 per cent of Britons believed that there "actually was a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners." Only 3 per cent suggested that it was organized by Blair's government as a distraction from its current difficulty. A similar number also suggested it was the US and Israel seeking it as a diversion to what was going on in the Middle East.

These 3% are FOOLS!


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