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Depressing German survey on third generation integration

Eight percent of Muslim students admitted in a survey in Lower Saxony, to be advocating the violent spread of the Islamic State.

Published: January 11, 2018, 12:15 pm

    There were also sympathies expressed for terrorist attacks. The survey is part of the study on immigrant crime published last week, which caused quite a stir even before the public’s attention were drawn to the point of ISIS fanboys in German schools.

    Incidentally, the survey took place in 2015, but for a long time – like so much else which is swept under the politically correct carpet not to “unsettle the population” – it was not publicly presented.

    Out of 10 638 9th-grade adolescents, only 500 said they were members of the Islamic faith. Of these, only 280 responded to the statements in question. It can only be speculated as to how the result would turn out in a school with predominantly Muslim students.

    However, in addition to the countless reports on the spread of imported anti-Semitism, a study by the University of Münster from 2016 provided more insight. Turkish youths were interviewed and presented with the statement: “Muslims should seek a return to a social order as in the times of the Prophet Muhammad.”

    At that time some 32 percent of young German Turks felt somewhat or even strongly that it should be the case. One in two Muslim youths agreed that Islam was the only true religion.

    Again, Muslims supporting these fundamentalist statements were Turkish youths. In other words, they represented those Muslims who had lived in Germany for generations and who were often used by mass immigration advocates to prove that integration had worked well on the whole.

    The survey, which has just been published, is also more cause for concern since eight percent of students would not mind fooling around with ISIS.

    So, every third person can imagine risking his or her life in the fight for Islam. In fact, some 27.4 percent consider Sharia law and its harsh punishment for adultery and homosexuality to be “much better than German laws”.

    As in all surveys, Muslims in Germany and around the world feel discriminated against, marginalized and oppressed.

    For many of them sadly, accessing Western society by embracing and respecting western culture seems to be out of the question. Instead, 19.8 percent say they “have to defend themselves against it by force”.

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