(Less than half were either Muslim, standing next to a Muslim when asked, asked by a Muslim, or thought it was really a government survey that might result in anything from job loss, public humiliation to jail)
One in three said the religion promotes violence in the UK with 72 per cent saying most people in the UK have a negative view of Islam.
Professional survey company ComRes questioned 2,012 people, chosen to be representative of the British adult population, on behalf of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to find out more about British attitudes towards Islam.
Just 32 per cent thought Islam promotes peace in the UK.
(For once when they present these survey results, they should show us the real questions. I bet if we saw them we would understand why the results aren’t closet to 90% agains Islam)
UPDATE: Officials said the 19-year-old suspect wanted after two people, including a deputy, were shot has been captured.
Mohammad Abdou Laghaoui was caught around 4:30 a.m., police said.
The shelter in place order for the are has been lifted.
(But he didn’t shoot the sheriff. Mohammad is unlikely to set this one to music though)
“The suspect is still at large and believed to be armed. He’s a 19-year-old Middle Eastern male with a green baseball cap on that says ‘O’Reilly Auto Parts,'” Faine added.
(In France, the most popular sport has to be kept, to a degree, hidden, for fear of the way muslims will act towards fans. Sports represents the lion’s share of the culture. One can’t help but notice that ballet does not require a giant dome seating tens of thousands of people. And now, French police have demanded that no fan-zone may be built near the Eiffel Tower as was planned, and now no large screen public displays of the games. At what point do you either fight back or admit you lost? It would also be interesting to see if they show the games this way in Saudi Arabia. I would not be surprised if they do as its confidently an Islamic nation. The fan-zone is happening anyway. Good to see the spirit of defiance in French fans.)
French authorities say it would be impossible to protect fans outside designated zones
The council in Marseille, where England play Russia tomorrow night, controversially wrote to the city’s cafes, bars and restaurants demanding they do not erect televisions on their terraces […]
The Marseille authorities are also banning swimming on the city’s beach during screenings of matches at the adjacent 80,000-capacity fanzone.
A net will be stretched across the bay to prevent a terrorist attack from the sea and to stop drunk fans from drowning.
(The official policy of secularism is doomed in Bangladesh due to the sheer number of muslims. It will not necessarily have anything to do with official policy change. It will be the way things are if you want to live.)
Bangladesh police say they have detained about 900 suspected militants following a series of attacks on minority and secular citizens.
Police launched operations overnight against Islamist extremists suspected of involvement in the attacks.
About 40 people, including secular bloggers, academics and members of religious minorities, have been killed in attacks in the past few years.
On Friday, a Hindu monastery worker was hacked to death in Pabna district.
Nityaranjan Pande, who was in his 60s, died on the spot after several people attacked him, reports said.
Earlier this week, we reported on accusations that Google is in cahoots with the Clinton campaign. Now, an explosive video from SourceFed claims that the company – which holds a virtual monopoly on search – is actively altering search recommendations in favour of the presumptive Democratic nominee.
(Use duck duck go and that’s that. you get better results with it as well)
White House admits Clinton under criminal investigation