The majority of Muslims everywhere believe that. Including the U.S. If they don’t, they aren’t Muslim.
An analysis of surveys conducted among Muslim migrants in Europe shows that the majority of them value sharia law over national law and believe in the supremacy of Islam over other religions, according to Gatestone Institute.
Citing a recent study done by Ednan Aslan, professor of Islamic Religious Education at the University of Vienna, the Institute reported that for more than 51 percent of the interviewees, the supremacy of Islam over other religions is undisputed, and 55 percent believe in hell for unbelievers.
Aslan interviewed a sample of 288 of the roughly 4,000 predominantly Afghan asylum seekers in the Austrian city of Graz, on behalf of the city’s integration department.
Another 2016 study in the U.K. showed that 43 percent of British Muslims “believed that parts of the Islamic legal system should replace British law while only 22 percent opposed the idea,” the Institute highlighted.
Yet another poll, also from 2016, found that nearly a quarter of all Muslims supported the introduction of sharia law in some areas of Britain, and 39 percent agreed that “wives should always obey their husbands.” Nearly a third thought it was acceptable for a British Muslim man to have more than one wife.
The Institute further cited a 2014 study of Moroccan and Turkish Muslims in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Sweden, which revealed that an average of 65 percent said that Sharia is more important to them than the laws of the country in which they live.
The author of the analysis, Judith Bergman, commented: “None of these studies, polls, and intelligence reports appear to be making the least impression on European leaders. In the starry-eyed words of [EU’s Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, Dimitris] Avramapolous, it is not enough that the mainly Muslim migrants who have come to Europe, ‘have found safety in Europe.’ According to him, ‘We also need to make sure they find a home.’
“The question that remains unanswered — as European leaders seek to make Islam great again on the continent — is where Europeans are supposed to make their homes.”
Other findings cited by Gatestone revealed that 43 percent of Afghan migrants in Graz believe that fathers have a right to use violence on children if necessary, according to Aslan’s survey.
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