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    1/4 of Norwegians Think That Islam is a Threat

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    25 percent of the population thinks there are too many Muslims in the country. Just as many believe Islam is a threat to the Norwegian culture, a new study.

    But minority researcher Randi Grass Farm is not surprised by the results that emerge from the survey Norstat has conducted on behalf of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.

    - There is a general tendency in Europe and the U.S. that people look at non-Western culture as a threat to national and Western culture. We talk about culture match or clash of civilizations, says Grass Farm to NRK.

    - Saliva for on street

    Shortly after the bomb hit the city center Friday afternoon on 22 July, thought both journalists, experts and people on the street that Islamic terrorists were behind.

    Researchers speculated on TV about al-Qaeda was responsible. Journalists called the leader of the Islamic Council of Norway and asked if he knew who the terrorists were, and the Norwegians with dark skin color should have been spat for on the street.

    But the very same evening told police that a white Norwegian from westside in Oslo was the culprit.

    Norway was not attacked by foreign Islamists, but by one of our own.

    Signs of "22 July-effect"

    In the days afterwards talking politicians, priests and imams of the importance of tolerance and understanding.

    Several Muslim Broadcasting Corporation spoke to two months of terror expressed the hope that the 22 July attacks would lead to less prejudice against Muslims as a group.

    - We all feel the same loss of losing friends, relatives and fellow citizens - we are all part of the Norwegian "we", said author and social commentator Mahmona Khan.

    Now showing also the poll NRK reviews currently tracks the change in the Norwegians' attitudes to Islam.

    - This suggests a sort of 22 July-effect where we might see a more positive view of the multi-cultural Norway, says political scientist Anders Ravik Jupskås at the University of Oslo.

    He cites previous studies where about half of the population has expressed the view that Islam is not compatible with Norwegian values​​.

    Half of skeptical Muslims

    According Integration and Diversity (IMDI) there is a "stable and widespread skepticism about Muslims" in Norway. Since 2005, TNS Gallup conducted a so-called integration survey commissioned by the Directorate.

    Each year the Norwegians asked if they mean 'values ​​in Islam are compatible with the fundamental values ​​of Norwegian society. "

    The answer turns little from year to year, and average from 2005 to 2010 show that over fifty percent believe the values ​​are not compatible.

    48.2 says the skeptical people of Muslim faith.

    Serious misunderstandings

    At the same time other studies that the majority population's view of what Norwegian Muslims think and believe, in fact, true little with reality.

    "On average, we believe that Norwegian Muslims are far more religious, fundamentalist and negative to the Norwegian society than they really are," concluded Liberal laboratory in 2007.

    The background was a survey conducted by TNS Gallup in which the population was asked what they thought Norwegian Muslims claimed about Norway and Islam.

    The responses diverged very with the Norwegian Muslims responded in a similar survey TV2 published the year before.

    93 percent of Norwegian Muslims said they wanted more integration. At the same time said only 38 percent of the rest of the population that they believed Muslims wanted the same.
    48.2 says the skeptical people of Muslim faith.

    According to Grass Farm is a misconception become more widely used in the West that all Muslims want to impose Islamic law, also known as Sharia.

    - Liberal equality ideals and gay rights is against the Muslims' way of life, and used to justify strict immigration and integration policies as well as military intervention in Muslim countries, she says.


    Men more skeptical than women

    The study NRK has ordered also says something about who is most critical of Muslim immigration.

    Men appear to be generally more skeptical than women, and people with low education are more skeptical of Islam than those with high education.

    While there are regional differences. While only six percent of the inhabitants of Oslo believes the vote "very good" that Islam is a threat to the Norwegian culture, says 20 percent of those living on the South Coast the same.

    - We also see a tendency for people who know some Muslims are more positive than those who do not know any Muslims, says Jupskås.

    He said similar studies from other European countries shows that a higher proportion of Muslims in the population does not necessarily lead to more prejudice.

    - This applies also in Scandinavia, where Sweden has been the most positive country, despite the fact that they have received the most immigrants, he said.
    http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/norge/1.7847186

    What does this mean? Is 1/4 of norwegians potential terrorists? Or is 3/4 of norwegians mentally insane?

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    I think these studies never really show the actual thoughts of people, because far too many are scared to speak out about what they think, and they have their reasons. So, I think the number is actually higher, but we still have a lot of work to do.

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    All I know for certain is that way more than 1/4 of my friends see Islam as a foreign thing to be shunned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granraude View Post
    All I know for certain is that way more than 1/4 of my friends see Islam as a foreign thing to be shunned.
    Why shun it? Maybe it's a good friend for us in cracking down on this corrupt regime that the politicians force on us. All this immigration just shows that Norway is really sick.

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    From the study page 13
    http://www.imdi.no/Documents/Rapport...ellrapport.pdf

    How well does the following statement correspond with your opinion: We shouldn't let any more immigrants into Norway.

    Corresponds fully 23,4%
    Corresponds somewhat well 30,3%
    Corresponds somewhat badly 31,6%
    Doesn't correspond at all 12,8%
    This is from 2010 with pretty stable percentages over time since 2005 (the years included in the table).

    So 23,4% think that no more immigrants should be allowed in while 30,3% agree somewhat with that statement. Then you have the 31,6% who think that the statement doesn't correspond with their opinion very well, and 12,8% who are staunchly opposed to it.

    The enthusiasm for more immigration can safely be described as low according to this study. I wonder what would have happened if they had tried to dissect this side of public opinion by posing two additional questions, one stating that no more immigrants from Europe/western Europe/northwestern Europe should be allowed to enter Norway. And the other stating that no more non-European immigrants should be allowed to enter Norway.

    This would allow the respondent to differentiate inbetween the two whilst also allow for more specific opinions about further immigration. A Norwegian might be okay with Swedish immigrants for example, just as a Swede might be okay with Norwegian immigrants, but they might want to put an end to non-European such, which alternative should that person choose in the original question? Does he choose the first option which clearly misrepresents his views? Does he choose the second option which more clearly represents his views?

    It's anyone's guess without additional questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granraude View Post
    All I know for certain is that way more than 1/4 of my friends see Islam as a foreign thing to be shunned.
    I'm sure the proportion of Norwegians that see Islam as a threat is far higher than 25%. These kinds of polls or surveys are often inaccurate and are often manipulated in favour of some political or ideological position.

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    I would doubt very much that this 'study' actually took place, any more than all the other studies, surveys and opinion polls that are regularly diffused by the MSM in order to manipulate public opinion.

    As such, I don't waste my time commenting on them but still find these articles interesting, if only to analyse the disinformation methods used and the subtle propaganda to which the public is being subjected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingvaeonic View Post
    I'm sure the proportion of Norwegians that see Islam as a threat is far higher than 25%. These kinds of polls or surveys are often inaccurate and are often manipulated in favour of some political or ideological position.
    This is the truth right here. Absolutely bullcrap. It's way higher ... lying bastards!
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    After being raped, murdered, robbed, beaten up etc. in extremely disproportionate amounts by these people, is it really any surprise that Norwegians feel this way about them? I think that the percentage of people who think Islam is a threat would be higher were it not for the fact that many feel ashamed of admitting it, thinking themselves racist for doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anita View Post
    After being raped, murdered, robbed, beaten up etc. in extremely disproportionate amounts by these people, is it really any surprise that Norwegians feel this way about them? I think that the percentage of people who think Islam is a threat would be higher were it not for the fact that many feel ashamed of admitting it, thinking themselves racist for doing so.
    Islam is not the real threat. It's just an indicator of how sick our society is.

    And why place hate on muslims, and not the guys who let them in? Themselves and the politicians

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