Muslim aggression as function of Muslim percentage of population
Laura G. writes:
On the so-far-unproved assumption that the car bomb in Times Square was the work of a Muslim group, I am reminded of an article by Edward Cline in Family Security Matters from 2008. It described the behavior of Muslims in various societies in relation to the proportion of the population that is Muslim. In light of the number of violent incidents and terror attempts by Muslims that have been occurring in America, it strikes me that the reality is ahead of what Cline estimated, and that the Muslim aggression is significantly more than what would be expected on the basis of numbers alone. Though Muslims are probably no more than one percent of the overall U.S. population, we seem to be moving into the situation that Cline says obtains when the Muslim population reaches ten percent, i.e., lawlessness as a means of complaining, car burning, threats when “offended,” etc.
David P. writes:
Muslim behaviour is not just dependent on their relative size, but also on the character of the local population.LA replies:
Excellent point.Ferg writes:
“At two percent and three percent Muslims begin to proselytize from other ethnic minorities and disaffected groups with major recruiting from the jails and among street gangs.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 02, 2010 04:13 PM | Send