2013-03-27: Study: Half of Belgian Muslim teens have anti-Semitic views
A major survey among Belgian teenagers indicated that anti-Semitism was seven times more prevalent among Muslim youths than in non-Muslim teens. Conducted in recent months by three universities for the Flemish government, the survey was published last month based on questionnaires filled out by 3,867 high school students in Antwerp and Ghent, including 1,068 Muslims. Among Muslims, 50.9 percent of respondents agreed with the statement “Jews foment war and blame others for it,” compared to 7.1 percent among non-Muslims. Among Muslims, 24.5 percent said they partially agreed with the statement, as did 20.6 percent of non-Muslims. The statement “Jews seek to control everything” received a 45.1 approval rating among Muslims, compared to 10.8 approval among non-Muslims. Of Muslims, 27.9 percent said they partially agreed, as did 29.2 percent of non-Muslims. Approximately 35 percent of Muslims agreed with the statement that “Jews have too much clout in Belgium,” compared to 11.8 percent of non-Muslims who participated in the “Young in Antwerp and Ghent” survey.
2012-10-26: Fransk undersökning: 60 % anser islam fått allt för stort inflytande
– 43 % är negativa till att det byggs moskéer. 89 % är motståndare till slöja i skolan (75 % 1989). 63 % är motståndare till slöja på allmänna platser (13 % 1989). 68 % anser att muslimerna vägrar låta sig integreras i det franska samhället. 60 % anser att islam fått alltför stort inflytande. 52 % anser att de kulturella skillnaderna är alltför stora. 45 % är motståndare till att folkvalda i kommunfullmäktige med islamisk profil. 43 % uppfattar islam som ett reellt hot mot landets identitet.
Två tredjedelar av muslimer mellan 16 och 34 anse att den egna gruppen borde leva enligt “izzat” (heder); av 500 intervjuade svarade 75 procent av männen ja, och 63 procent av kvinnorna. En av fem menar också att ett visst beteende som “vanärar” familjen rättfärdigar våld, exempelvis att inte lyda sin far, gifta sig med någon oacceptabel eller vilja skilja sig.
2011-04-24: Pew Global Attitude Project
About six-in-ten (62%) think laws should strictly follow the teachings of the Quran. 85% har en mycket positiv eller positiv syn på MB. By a margin of 54% to 36%, Egyptians say their country should annul the treaty with Israel.
2011-11-02: Strong support for Shariah in Canada
A newly released survey suggests a large number of Muslims living in Canada will not disown Al-Qaida. […] The study, conducted by the MacDonald Laurier Institute, found 65% of Muslims questioned said they would “repudiate absolutely” the terrorist organization, while 35% would not do so. […] According to the Ottawa based think tank, only a small minority of Muslim newcomers to Canada reject Hamas, Hezbollah, or the Iranian regime. […] The survey, which was released Tuesday, found 62% wanted some form of Shariah law in Canada, 15% of them saying it should be mandatory for all Muslims.[…] The report also states support for extremism is just as high among Muslims born in Canada, or other Western countries, as it is among those hailing from oppressive dictatorships.
2010-12-22: 1 in 3 Muslim students back killing for islam
A survey of 600 Muslim students at 30 universities throughout Britain found that 32 per cent of Muslim respondents believed killing in the name of religion is justified.
A U.S. diplomatic cable from January 2009 quoted a poll by the Centre for Social Cohesion as saying 54 per cent wanted a Muslim party to represent their world view in Parliament and 40 per cent want Muslims in the UK to be under Sharia law.
2010-12-02: Pew Global Attitude Project
At least three-quarters of Muslims in Egypt and Pakistan say they would favor making each of the following the law in their countries: stoning people who commit adultery, whippings and cutting off of hands for crimes like theft and robbery and the death penalty for those who leave the Muslim religion. Majorities of Muslims in Jordan and Nigeria also favor these harsh punishments.
2010-06-08: BBC News – Britons link Islam with extremism, says survey
En majoritet av britterna anser att islam är våldsamt och kvinnoförtryckande
2010-01-20: Europe: National identification among Muslims
2010-01-09: Var fjärde ung muslim sympatiserar med islamismen
Hver fjerde unge muslim i Danmark sympatiserer med eller støtter direkte den yderligtgående islamisme. Men det fremgår også, at de radikaliserede unges problem ikke er manglende integration.
2009-08-31: Muslimer röstar rött
70 procent av muslimerna sympatiserar med S. De borgerliga partierna får endast 4 procent av muslimers partisympatier.
2008-07-27: A third of Muslim students back killings
ALMOST a third of British Muslim students believe killing in the name of Islam can be justified, according to a poll. The study also found that two in five Muslims at university support the incorporation of Islamic sharia codes into British law. In the report, 40% of Muslim students said it was unacceptable for Muslim men and women to associate freely. Homophobia was rife, with 25% saying they had little or no respect for gays. The figure was higher (32%) for male Muslim students.
- Prefer to live under Sharia law: 30 percent.
- Wish to see Britain as an Islamic state: 28 percent.
- Punish the people who published the Danish cartoons: 78 percent.
- Arrest and prosecute British people who insult Islam: 68 percent.
2006-07-06: 13-Nation Pew Global Attitudes Survey
- Think there is a growing sense of Islamic identity among British Muslims: 77 percent.
- Think that a growing sense of Islamic identity among British Muslims is a good thing for Great Britain: 86 percent.
- Were sympathetic to the French youths who rioted in late 2005: 75 percent.
- Favor Iran acquiring nuclear weapons: 40 percent
2006-07-04: Muslim Britain split over ‘martyrs’ of 7/7
The Populus survey for The Times and ITV News has found that more than one in ten thinks that the men who carried out the London bombings of 7/7 should be regarded as “martyrs”. Sixteen per cent of British Muslims, equivalent to more than 150,000 adults, believe that while the attacks were wrong, the cause was right.
2006-02-16: Poll reveals 40pc of Muslims want sharia law in UK
Four out of 10 British Muslims want sharia law introduced into parts of the country, a survey reveals today. The ICM opinion poll also indicates that a fifth have sympathy with the ”feelings and motives” of the suicide bombers who attacked London last July 7, killing 52 people, although 99 per cent thought the bombers were wrong to carry out the atrocity.
2005-07-22: Inside Islam: Young Muslims Reveal Beliefs
The interviewees were asked to respond to the statement: ”Muslim clerics who preach violence against the West are out of touch with mainstream Muslim opinon.”; nearly half – 46% – disagreed or strongly disagreed. And 46% said they thought of themselves as Muslim first and British second, Only 12% saw themselves as British first and Muslim second.