This is another dog-bites-man news story, but still — it’s good to see it in black and white, as published by a major polling service and reported in ANSAmed:
Islam: 80% French Muslims Faithful to Country of Origin
PARIS, MAY 8 — Some 80% of Muslims in France believe they remain faithful to their countries of origin, according to a survey by the American Gallup research institute that questioned a sample of Muslims in 27 countries.
In all 8% said they were not faithful to their original countries and 12% did not reply. The research also showed that in Britain Muslims “loyal” to their original countries amount to 82% and in Germany the figure is 71%.
The survey published yesterday but carried out in 2008 adds that only 44% of French of other religions believe that are faithful to their country against 35% who believe the contrary and 21% who didn’t reply.
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The French emerged as the most tolerant on religious matters and, together with the Dutch, the most willing in Europe to welcome a neighbour of another religion. At the other end of the spectrum are the Israelis who say openly that they do not respect other religions, according to the survey.
The poll, carried out with the support of the Coexist Foundation, a British charity that promotes inter-religious relations, covered a sample of 500 Muslims per country. The samples of people from other religions varied from 100 to 1000 people in size.
Notice the discrepancy between other religions and Islam. Islam is different. What we infidels have intuited all along is borne out by these surveys.
80% of British or French Muslims constitute a huge fifth column that is potentially dangerous to the host countries. Political leaders prefer to deny the existence of the problem, and pretend that somehow, by some magic, their Muslim minorities will change their minds and decide to assimilate.
It should be obvious by now to everyone who is not an imbecile or clinically insane that the assimilation of Muslims into Europe is an unrealizable fantasy.
Yet the denial and wishful thinking persist. Why?
Hat tip: Insubria.