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“De er en del af omkring 8.000 mørke ekstremister, som blandt andre tæller religiøse grupperinger og organisationer som Hizb ut-Tahrir og salifister. Med pres og trusler afholder de, ifølge Rafiq, cirka 30.000 fra at stemme - altså til at fravælge demokratiet til fordel for sharialov.”

Sverige är ett av de tio länder i världen där sociala konflikter med religiös koppling ökar mest, enligt en ny studie. Kravallerna i Rosengård 2008 och ökat antal hatbrott mot muslimer är några av orsakerna.
Det amerikanska forskningscentrumet Pew har undersökt utvecklingen av religiösa konflikter och förtryck i världen mellan 2006 och 2009. Sverige sticker ut som ett land där konflikterna ökar allra mest. I Pews index går Sverige från att vara ett av de lugnaste länderna till att ligga i mitten av den globala skalan, med en indexhöjning från 1,2 till 2,3 mellan 2008 och 2009. Som jämförelse låg då Finland på 0,6 och Norge på 1,3.
Ökningen beror enligt rapporten på “ökad fientlighet mellan befolkningen i stort och den växande muslimska minoriteten.” Som exempel på konflikter med religiös bakgrund tar Pew bland annat upp kravallerna i Malmöstadsdelen Rosengård 2008, som utlöstes av utrymningen av en källarmoské. Pew hänvisar också till en rapport från Brottsförebyggande rådet om ökat antal hatbrott mot muslimer, och dessutom uppgifter om en ökning av antisemitism i Malmö.
Sett över hela välden ökar både religiöst våld och religiöst förtryck. Vad gäller våld är Irak värst, med index 9,0, medan det svåraste förtrycket sker i Egypten, Saudiarabien, Iran och Uzbekistan. Undersökningen sträcker sig fram till 2009, då Hosni Mubarak fortfarande styrde över Egypten och bland annat Muslimska brödraskapet var förbjudet.

“The overwhelming majority of American Muslims say they are not sympathetic with terror groups like al Qaeda, but they identify less strongly with the United States than other religious groups in the country, according to a new poll on Tuesday.

While 69 percent of American Muslims identify either very strongly or extremely strongly with the U.S., that compares with about 90 percent of Christians and Jews in the U.S. who hold those views, the Gallup survey found.

A full 91 percent of Protestants, 89 percent of Catholics, 86 percent of Jews and 92 percent of Mormons say that they identify either very strongly or extremely strongly with the U.S.

American Muslims and Mormons tend to identify with their faith and the U.S. equally, but Catholics, Protestants and Jews all said that they identified more with their country than with their religion, Gallup said.

Since the attacks of September 11, 2001, American Muslims have been in the spotlight for a variety of reasons, many of them associated with prejudice toward Muslims as supporters of terrorism.

An overwhelming number – 92 percent – of American Muslims said that Muslims in this country are not sympathetic toward al Qaeda, but that number was significantly lower among other religious groups with 56 percent of Protestants, 63 percent of Catholics and 70 percent of Jews saying that American Muslims do sympathize with the organization.

And Tuesday’s poll echoed that experience, with nearly half of American Muslims saying they had experienced religious or racial discrimination within the past year. About one-third of Mormons said that they had faced discrimination, compared to only one-fifth of Jews, Catholics and Protestants.

American Muslims also overwhelmingly said that they opposed military attacks on civilians, with 78 percent saying that such attacks are never justified and 21 percent saying they are sometimes justified. In other religious groups – except Mormons – the proportion saying such attacks are sometimes justified is twice that.

The poll found that Muslim in the U.S. were broadly critical of American foreign policy, with 83 percent of American Muslims saying the war in Iraq was a mistake, which, except for Jews and atheists, was about twice as high a number than other religious groups.

Unlike other religious groups in the U.S., Muslims said that widely unfavorable views of the U.S. in predominantly Islamic countries was caused by U.S. actions and not misinformation spread by those countries’ governments. Two-thirds of Muslim Americans said they believed that U.S. actions had tarnished its reputations, while about 70 percent of Protestants, Catholics and Mormons blamed the unfavorable views on misinformation.”

Four out of 10 British Muslims want sharia law introduced into parts of the country, a survey reveals today.

The ICM opinion poll also indicates that a fifth have sympathy with the “feelings and motives” of the suicide bombers who attacked London last July 7, killing 52 people, although 99 per cent thought the bombers were wrong to carry out the atrocity.

Overall, the findings depict a Muslim community becoming more radical and feeling more alienated from mainstream society, even though 91 per cent still say they feel loyal to Britain.

Forty per cent of the British Muslims surveyed said they backed introducing sharia in parts of Britain, while 41 per cent opposed it. Twenty per cent felt sympathy with the July 7 bombers’ motives, and 75 per cent did not. One per cent felt the attacks were “right”.

Nearly two thirds thought the video images shown last week of British troops beating Iraqi youths were symptomatic of a wider problem in Iraq. Half did not think the soldiers would be “appropriately punished”.

Half of the 500 people surveyed said relations between white Britons and Muslims were getting worse. Only just over half thought the conviction of the cleric Abu Hamza for incitement to murder and race hatred was fair.

“Varda is among more than a quarter of a million Pakistani students attending an all-female madrassa, or Islamic seminary, where legions of well-to-do women are experiencing an awakening of faith, at the cost of rising intolerance.

In a nation where Muslim extremists are slowly strengthening their grip on society, the number of all-female madrassas has boomed over the past decade, fueled by the failures of the state education system and a deepening conservativism among the middle to upper classes.

Parents often encourage girls to enroll in madrassas after finishing high school or university, as an alternative to a shrinking, largely male-orientated job market, and to ensure a girl waiting to get married isn’t drawn into romantic relationships, says Masooda Bano, a research fellow at the British-based Economic and Social Research Council.

But, like Varda, many students at the 2,000 or so registered madrassas are university students or graduates looking for greater understanding of Islam, as well as housewives who, like others in Pakistani society, feel pressured to deepen their faith.”

“4. (S/NF) The local Deobandi or Ahl-e-Hadith maulana will generally be introduced to the family through these organizations. He will work to convince the parents that their poverty is a direct result of their family’s deviation from “the true path of Islam” through “idolatrous” worship at local Sufi shrines and/or with local Sufi Peers. The maulana suggests that the quickest way to return to “favor” would be to devote the lives of one or two of their sons to Islam. The maulana will offer to educate these children at his madrassa and to find them employment in the service of Islam. The concept of “martyrdom” is often discussed and the family is promised that if their sons are “martyred” both the sons and the family will attain “salvation” and the family will obtain God’s favor in this life, as well. An immediate cash payment is finally made to the parents to compensate the family for its “sacrifice” to Islam. Local sources claim that the current average rate is approximately Rps. 500,000 (approximately USD 6500) per son. A small number of Ahl-e-Hadith clerics in Dera Ghazi Khan district are reportedly recruiting daughters as well.


5. (S/NF) The path following recruitment depends upon the age of the child involved. Younger children (between 8 and 12) seem to be favored. These children are sent to a comparatively small, extremist Deobandi or Ahl-e-Hadith madrassa in southern or western Punjab generally several hours from their family home. Locals were uncertain as to the exact number of madrassas used for this initial indoctrination purpose, although they believed that with the recent expansion, they could number up to 200. These madrassas are generally in isolated areas and are kept small enough (under 100 students) so as not to draw significant attention. At these madrassas, children are denied contact with the outside world and taught sectarian extremism, hatred for non-Muslims, and anti-Western/anti-Pakistan government philosophy. Contact between students and families is forbidden, although the recruiting maulana periodically visits the families with reports full of praise for their sons’ progress. “Graduates” from these madrassas are either (1) employed as Deobandi/Ahl-e-Hadith clerics or madrassa teachers or (2) sent on to local indoctrination camps for jihad.

Vi køber deres olie. Pengene bruger de til at støtte terrorister, der vil slå os ihjel.

“Saudi Arabia, UAE funded jihadi networks in Pakistan

(Reuters) - Islamic charities from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates financed a network in U.S. ally Pakistan that recruited children as young as eight to wage holy war, a local newspaper reported on Sunday, citing Wikileaks.

A U.S. diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks said financial support estimated at $100 million a year was making its way from those Gulf Arab states to a jihadist recruitment network in Pakistan’s Punjab province, Dawn newspaper reported.”

Koranen er anti-semitisk, så derfor er det vel ikke så underligt:

“The Flemish-language newspaper De Morgen (link only in Flemish) has a major article about a survey of Muslim students in Brussels high schools. The professor who conducted the survey concludes that half “can be described as antisemitic which is a very high rate.’’ Five times higher, in fact, than among Flemish-speaking Belgians, who historically have been relatively anti-Jewish.

Incidentally, what was being measured here was not antagonism toward Israel but traditional anti-Jewish stereotypes. No doubt, the former attitude is even stronger.”

Religiøs undertrykkelse. Solidariteten blandt kristne er desværre meget lav, så forfulgte kristne må oftest klare sig selv:

59 procent af den tyrkiske befolkning er imod, at kristne og andre ikke-muslimske trossamfund får lov til at udbrede deres tro ved gudstjenester, viser en undersøgelse fra Sabanci Universitet i Istanbul.

Flertallet af tyrkere er imod kristnes ret til at holde gudstjeneste, og seks præster lever under beskyttelse. Fjendtligheden fostres af skolebøgers fordømmelse af mission

Mens den tyrkiske regering bejler til EU ved at give flere rettigheder til religiøse mindretal, er befolkningens fjendtlighed over for kristne i det altovervejende muslimske land steget de seneste år.

59 procent af den tyrkiske befolkning er imod, at kristne og andre ikke-muslimske trossamfund får lov til at udbrede deres tro ved gudstjenester, viser en undersøgelse fra Sabanci Universitet i Istanbul. Ifølge undersøgelsen har 40 procent af befolkningen et negativt eller meget negativt syn på kristne, som tæller færre end en procent af befolkningen.”—tro-Tyrkiets-kristne-udsaettes-for-chikane?all=1

“Det religiøse overhoved i moskéen på Ørbækvej, imam Sheik Abu -Alamin , der forestod forlovelsesritualet med en 8. klasses skolepige, tager de islamiske skrifter helt bogstaveligt… …

Årsagen er angiveligt, at den islamiske præst er en de imamer, som de muslimske familier i Odense lytter mest til. Både når han færdes blandt trosfæller i Vollsmose, hvor han selv bor, og når han samler mellem 500 og 700 muslimer til fredagsbøn på Ørbækvej.”

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