A brand new study of Muslim migrants by Danube University of Krems in Austria. It revealed a big difference between typicial Austrian values & those from places such as Somalia and Chechnya, who hold much more Religious beliefs on society.
The survey, that was released earlier on this week, reveals a huge difference between the attitudes & beliefs from Muslim asylum seekers compared to the mainstream, secular Austrian society. 1,129 Muslims originally from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Somalia and Chechnya were interviewed by researchers, with over 60% saying that jokes about Islam should be banned and roughly 25% saying that Islam should have some influence on Austrian law. Kronen Zeitung has reported.
The people that were interviewed attitudes changed depending on their country of origin. Take the Somalians that were interviewed 70% said jokes about Islam should be banned, after them Afghanis then Chechens. People from Iran seemed least extreme with only 14% saying jokes about Islam should be banned.
The Somalians that were interviewed also seemed to be most eager to die for Islam, with nearly a third saying they would. Somalians & Chechens generally agree Islam should take a major role in Austrian society, with 72% of Somalians wanting more Islam in Austrian culture and society.
The Muslim headscarf has been talked about a lot lately by Austrian politicians like Foreign Minister and Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP) leader Sebastian Kurz, who was largely behind the law that brought about the banning of the full-face veil in Austria.
Another big problem everyone is ignoring is that since the migrant crisis started the number of Anti-Semitic incidents that have happened in places like Austria, Germany & France, which are due to growing Muslim populations in Europe.
In Berlin some playgrounds you can hear the slur “YOU JEW!” it has become quite a common insult there was even one case where a pupil was forced to leave a school due to being harassed & physically assaulted by Muslim students.
The study showed us that 62% of Syrians, 55% of Afghanis & 47% of Somalians agree with the sentence “Jews have too much power in the world”. Hostile feelings towards Jews & Israel is very common, with almost half saying that Israel was the enemy of all Muslims.
Foreign Minister Kurz reaction to this study was by saying it confirmed his views on Islam. He said he would continue to advocate for the reduction of migration from undereducated countries and would seek to reform or shut down Islamic kindergartens and other institutions he believes are creating parallel societies.