The report by the London-based Center for Social Cohesion (CfSC), entitled “Islam on Campus: A Survey of UK Student Opinion,” showed that 32 percent of Muslim students said killing in the name of religion could be justified, while 60% of active members of on-campus Islamic societies said the same.
His time table may be flawed but when I went to school, I learned that see saw is the best description of the relationship between Europe and the Middle East. When Europe is up the Middle East is down and vice versa.
The Middle East was up during the Great Egyptian and Mesopotamian empires. Europe was up during the Greek and Roman ones. The Muslim conquest redressed the balance but it shifted yet again during the enlightenment. Since then Europe was up. It is now on its way down again. The only questions are how far and how fast and what would the rising Middle East be like? Will it be Islamist and, if so, how will it treat its non Muslim dhimis?
One thing is certain. The Islamists are giddy and the European non Muslims are in denial.
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