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Former radical Maajid Nawaaz: Dangers of terrorism don't come from foreigners or refugees

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by Honey Bear, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. Honey Bear

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    Rather, second generation migrants.

    The vast majority of those who have joined ISIS from the West are Western citizens. Not refugees. The very second generation moslems we see posting on this board, telling us "not to worry" about such trifling affairs and trying to build a narrative about the "manipulative western media" to deflect from the core issues with their own enabling behavior.

    http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2015/11/15/gps-1115-nawaz-paris-radicalization.cnn

    This is a must watch video.

    Little about the author. A former radical jihadi, now turned to Europe's leading expert on counter-extremism and Muslim ideology.

    http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/politics/2012/07/age-extremes-muslim-mehdi-hasan-maajid-mawaz

    In short, this is not something the West can bomb it's way through. This isn't going to be solved by debating refugees and immigration 24/7. The real threat lies with our muslim neighbors, citizens of the west. No matter what statements they make publicly now, they are susceptible to an ideology of hatred that keeps them from ever truly integrating with a civilization aimed at progress, human rights and personal liberty. It's time for western muslims to stand up and take part in intense civic activism to alienate this hostile ideology, or freedom as they know it will cease to exist.
     
  2. Honey Bear

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    The majority of the Paris terrorists were European muslims. Moderates gone bad - an increasing trend in Islam.

    Its time we get the point - pressure needs to be put on muslims living in the west far more than muslims living in the ME. Teetering on the brink of an ideology of hate.
     

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