No so fast, my friend. Read the actual results from the survey, and you'll get a different impression, as I did. The headline in the local fishwrap, The Dispatch, is "Young Muslims differ on suicide attacks" and leads with this sentence:
One in four younger U.S. Muslims say suicide bombings to defend their religion
are acceptable in some circumstances, a poll says.
However, most Muslim Americans overwhelmingly reject the tactic and are critical of Islamic extremism and al-Qaida, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
The problem, as Debbie Schlussel reports, is that the younger the muslim, the more extreme their views, much like the rioting 'youths' in France the past three years.
The fact that ANY muslim in America has so much hate for our society and culture is very scary. Plus, the fact the we continue to allow these people into our country with open arms, to grow and breed their hate here, is frightening as well. I'm not so much afraid for our current generation, I fear for my daughter's generation. With the likes of Pelosi, Kennedy, Reid and Clinton (either one) in power in Washington, by the time she is an adult, we'll no doubt have 'hate laws' preventing us from protecting ourselves from these religious extremists. And it'll probably be illegal to be a Christian by then. It's already politically incorrect.