My last post made me recall some more stats from that Channel 4 programme http://www.channel4.com/info/press/news/c4-survey-and-documentary-reveals-what-british-muslims-really-think about what British Muslims believe:
'52% do not believe that homosexuality should be legal in Britain
Q: To what extent you agree or disagree with each one: homosexuality should be legal in Britain?
Net agree 18% (strongly agree 8%, tend to agree 10%)
Net disagree: 52% (strongly disagree: 38%, tend to disagree: 14%)'
Something for the Queers For Islam supporters to think about? Something for the pro homosexuality rights BBC. Not that facts concern them.
47% do not believe that it is acceptable for a school teacher to be homosexual
Q: To what extent do you agree or disagree that it is acceptable for a homosexual person to be a teacher in a school?
Net disagree: 47% (strongly disagree: 35%, tend to disagree: 12%)'
Something that the BBC won't report, preferring to concentrate on perceived homophobia amongst Christians.
'23% support the introduction of Sharia Law.Q: To what extent, if at all, would you support or oppose there being areas of Britain in which Sharia law is introduced instead of British law?
Net support: 23% (strongly support: 7%, tend to support: 17%)'
I've something to post about this statistic later.
'32% refuse to condemn those who take part in violence against those who mock the Prophet
Q: Please tell me whether you sympathise or condemn people who take part in violence against those who mock the Prophet
Net sympathise: 18% (completely sympathise: 9%, sympathise to some extent: 9%, neither symathise or condemn: 14%)'
'39% agree that "wives should always obey their husbands".
Q: To what extent you agree or disagree that wives should always obey their husbands?
Net agree: 39% (strongly agree: 15%, tend to agree: 24%)'
Oddly the pro feminism BBC don't seem at all interested in that inconvenient fact.
'66% completely condemn those people who take part in stoning those who commit adultery.
Q: Please tell me whether you sympathise or condemn people who take part in stoning those who commit adultery.
Net condemn: 79%. (completely condemn: 66%, condemn to some extent: 13%)
Net sympathise: 5% (completely sympathise: 2%, tend to sympathise: 3%)'
7% of British Muslims sympathise with people stoning people for adultery. That's around 175,000 British Muslims.
Figures you won't hear mentioned on the BBC where the fear of promoting Islamophobia is seemingly as important as preventing the killing by Islamist terrorists of British children.