A recent study of Muslim refugees who migrated to Europe and are seeking asylum in Austria has revealed that their attitudes toward Jewish people, woman and those not submitting to Islam ("infidels") are right of Medieval Times.
University of Vienna Islamic Religious Education professor Ednan Aslan conducted an academic survey of asylum seekers in Graz, Austria, on behalf of local authorities responsible for their integration and discovered that Muslims’ worldviews are extremely archaic and increasingly disturbing – reflecting the same views held by Islamic adherents centuries ago.
Islamic anti-Semitism spreading
Aslan, who interviewed 288 of the roughly 4,000 mostly Afghan asylum seekers living under state care in Graz, found that that hatred of Jewish people is standard practice among a substantial proportion of Muslim migrants – strikingly similar to views shared by Nazi Germans in Europe before the outbreak of World War II.
“For certain refugees, anti-Semitism is a matter of course, which has given the refugee movement a new dimension,” Aslan discovered from the study, as reported by the Kurier.
This disturbing fact was corroborated in the results revealed from the study.
“[S]ome 54.5 percent believe Jewish people do not care about anyone but themselves, with 44.2 percent saying that Judaism is actively harmful to the world,” Breitbart London divulged from the survey’s results.
With the current refugee crisis sweeping Europe – complete with more and more no-go-zones and deadly Islamic terrorist attacks popping up from Mediterranean Sea in the south to the Baltic Sea in the North – Kurt Hohensinner, who serves as a city counciillor for the Austrian People’s Party, which governs alongside the Freedom Party of Austria – strives to find out what his fellow Austrians should expect from non-assimilating Muslim migrants.
“We wanted to know, who lives with us?” insisted Hohensinner, who is accountable for Muslim’s integration into society, according to Breitbart.
Disturbingly, it was discovered that a large percentage of Muslim men migrating to Europe hold oppressive views toward women.
“Two-thirds (66 percent) of those surveyed were young men under 30, and Professor Aslan found attitudes which would be considered decidedly misogynistic by Western standards: 44.2 per cent said they would support the use of violence against wives who were disloyal to their husbands,” Breitbart London’s Jack Montgomery shared from the study. “However, the Muslim women Professor Aslan surveyed appeared no less prone to extremism than their male counterparts.”
In fact, signs of indoctrinated oppression and inferiority to men are attitudes adopted by a large percentage of women adhering to the Islamic faith in Austria – as well as to those migrating to other European nations.
“Among the Muslim women surveyed, 62 percent said they attached great importance to wearing the Islamic headscarf in public,” WND revealed from a report on the research. “A little more than 44 percent said they would refuse to shake hands with a man.”
And for immigration advocates who contend that Muslims refugees adopt and respect the mores and cultures of the societies to which they move, the following statistic flies in the face of their arguments:
“Perhaps most striking was a finding that almost half of the migrants surveyed (49.8 percent) said Islam played a bigger role in their lives in Austria than it had in their native countries,” Montgomery pointed out.
Aslan noted that the fundamental Islamic teachings of imams still play an integral role in Muslim migrants’ lives, with 70 percent of those surveyed professing that they attend Islamic prayers every Friday and 55 percent proclaiming their belief that those not professing faith in the god of Islam, Allah, will burn in Hell.
“Mosques have a certain influence on these people,” Aslan gleaned from the statistics, according to Breitbart.
Numbers validate fears
The alarming results of the study reportedly confirm the fears that native Europeans have about Islamic violence in their communities.
“[There have been reports of] concerns that Graz’s mosques have already turned the city into a ‘stronghold’ of radical Islam, with experts saying that 11 out of 20 are under constant surveillance for extremist links,” Montgomery recounted. “It is possible that hardline attitudes may be even more prevalent than Professor Aslan’s study suggests, too, with European Union Counter-Terrorism Co-ordinator Gilles de Kerchove noting that ‘most fanatics disguise their convictions [through] increasing use of taqiyya’ after the Barcelona terror attacks.”
In other words, Muslims are instructed by their Islamic leaders to deceive the nations into which they migrate that they do not hold to fundamental views taught by Koran that include jihad – the waging of Islamic war on infidels – and other violent beliefs, such as practicing Shariah law.
“Taqiyya is a form religiously sanctioned deception, which allows Muslims to lie about their beliefs in the service of a greater cause or to avoid ‘persecution,’ without the threat of punishment in the afterlife,” Montgomery added. “Indeed, a Bosnian migrant who ran down and killed four people in Graz in 2015, including a small child, was found to have lied about being a Christian, when he was really a devout Muslim who attended mosque six times a week.”
Reason to worry?
For those who consider the spread of fundamental Islamic beliefs to be an innocuous trend in Europe, statistics revealed last year show that the rise of Islam across the continent – and the world – is no small matter.
“The Muslim population in Europe also is growing,” the Pew Research Center disclosed last summer. “We project 10 percent of all Europeans will be Muslims by 2050.”
This movement is not only being witnessed in Europe, but around the world.
“There were 1.8 billion Muslims in the world as of 2015 – roughly 24 percent of the global population,” Pew informed. “But while Islam is currently the world’s second-largest religion (after Christianity), it is the fastest-growing major religion, [and] – if current demographic trends continue – the number of Muslims is expected to exceed the number of Christians by the end of this century.”
Pew estimates that the percent change in population size of Muslims from 2015 to 2060 is +70 percent, compared to just +34 percent for Christians, +27 percent for Hindus and +15 percent for Jews, and the increase is by no means concentrated in the Middle East.
“Although many countries in the Middle East-North Africa region, where the religion originated in the seventh century, are heavily Muslim, the region is home to only about 20 percent of the world’s Muslims,” Pew researchers pointed out. “A majority of the Muslims globally (62 percent) live in the Asia-Pacific region, including large populations in Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran and Turkey.”
Nations that are not particularly identified as Muslim are becoming overridden by the adherents to Islam.
“Indonesia is currently the country with the world’s largest Muslim population, but Pew Research Center projects that India will have that distinction by the year 2050 – while remaining a majority-Hindu country – with more than 300 million Muslims,” Pew’s Michael Lipka reported.
Even though Muslim immigration is not as pronounced in the United States, Islam’s influence in America is ever-increasing, as well.
“There are about 3.45 million Muslims of all ages in the U.S., or about 1.1 percent of the U.S. population,” Lipka indicated. “[T]here are [an estimated] 2.15 million Muslim adults in the country, and a majority of them (58 percent) are immigrants.”
This number is expected to double in the decades to come.
“Our demographic projection estimate that Muslims will make up 2.1 percent of the U.S. population by the year 2050 – surpassing people who identify as Jewish on the basis of religion as the second-largest faith group in the country (not including people who say they have no religion),” Lipka continued. “A 2013 Pew Research Center report estimated that the Muslim share of immigrants granted permanent residency status (green cards) increased from about 5 percent in 1992 to roughly 10 percent in 2012 – representing about 100,000 immigrants in that year.”