Wie Islam und Terrorismus zusammenhängen

After all, if one in six people in the world is Muslim, then five out of six are not – right? Accordingly, if there were no inordinate Islamic affinity for violence/terrorism, the number of Muslim acts of terrorism should be one-fifth that of non-Muslim terrorism – i.e. if Islam had no greater propensity for terrorism, one should expect non-Muslim acts of terrorism to be five times (!) those perpetrated by Muslims. This is not the case. Terrorist attacks committed by adherents of Islam far outstrip those carried out by non-Muslims.

It would therefore seem that – in stark contradiction to the dubious precepts of political correctness – there is little choice but to accept the commonsense conclusion that there is a wildly disproportionate causal connection between Islam on the one hand, and acts of ideo-politically motivated violence against civilian populations, i.e. terrorism, on the other.

Try as one may, there is no way that, in the modern world, any other faith/creed can be associated with such violence/ terrorism – in scope, size, frequency or ubiquity of occurrence.“ (Martin Sherman, Gründer und Direktor des Israeli Institute for Strategic Studies, in der Jerusalem Post: „Into the Fray: Bombs in Brussels (or ‚It’s Islam Stupid revisited)

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