Youthful Muslims’approval for radical actions continues to increase. The percentages and overall numbers are becoming quite staggering. In Britain alone, the actual number of persons who would approve of the attack in Brussels would/could exceed three quarters of a million people. That is significant and is the product of accommodating immigrants and not requiring assimilation. Read all the data points in this article.
As Written by RAHEEM KASSAM for Breitbart:
DATA: Young Muslims in the West Are a Ticking Time Bomb, Increasingly Sympathizing with Radicals, Terror.
On the back of the Brussels terror attack it is worthwhile remembering that while a majority of Muslims in the West appear to have no truck with terrorism or extremism, there are a significant number who sympathize with terrorism and repeatedly attempt to justify attacks on the West.
An ICM poll from 2006 revealed that 20 per cent of British Muslims sympathized with the 7/7 bombers who brought terror to the streets of the British capital, killing 52 and injuring hundreds. This number rose to one in four British Muslims, according to NOP Research for Channel 4. With a British Muslim population of over 3 million today, that translates to roughly three quarters of a million terror-sympathizing people in the UK.
The number rises for younger British Muslims – a sure sign that radicalisation through schools, mosques, and prisons (often via Saudi-funded groups) is creating a long-term problem in Europe. Thirty-one per cent of younger British Muslims endorsed or excusedthe 7/7 bombings of 2005, with just 14 per cent of those over 45 doing so.
Twenty-seven per cent of those polled in the United Kingdom say they had sympathy with the attacks on Charlie Hebdo – the French satirical magazine that published cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammed last year, with 78 per cent supporting punishment for the publication of cartoons featuring Muhammed and 68 per cent supporting the arrest and prosecution of British people who “insult Islam.”
And this number pales in comparison to global Muslim population figures. According to World Public Opinion (2009) at the University of Maryland, 61 per cent of Egyptians, 32 per cent of Indonesians, 41 per cent of Pakistanis, 38 per cent of Moroccans, 83 per cent of Palestinians, 62 per cent of Jordanians, and 42 per cent of Turks appear to endorse or sympathise with attacks on Americans or American groups.