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Many Muslim asylum seekers hold “medieval views”

Many Muslim asylum seekers hold “medieval views”

Country: 
Austria
News Date: 
14/01/2018
Sharia Watch
Summary: 

A new  by Professor Ednan Aslan has revealed some shocking insights. The professor, whose speciality is religious education at the University of Vienna, asked Muslim asylum seekers in the city of Graz about their religious attitudes. Many respondents, it turned out, were holding radical religious views. For example, 44.3 percent of the women interviewed were opposed to shaking hands with men. More than half of the respondents believed “infidels” will be punished by Allah in hell for eternity because they refuse to submit to Islam. The study also showed large opposition to Jews and homosexuals. Half of the participants considered homosexuality to be a grave sin and 54.5 percent believed that Jews are ethnocentric and therefore do not care about anyone but fellow Jews.