DENMARK[ISTAN]: Over 40% of Muslims Want Quran-Based Laws

Screen Shot 2015-10-20 at 9.41.41 AMTry more like all of the Muslims want it.

The real number is no doubt much higher, but people have a tendency to tell pollsters what they think they want to hear. “Just over half, 53.9 percent, said that Denmark’s laws should be solely based on its constitution.” That number should be 100%, and Danish officials should be working to make sure of that, but they aren’t. “The poll results come just a week after another survey found that 77.2 percent of Danish Muslims agreed that ‘the Quran’s instructions should be followed completely’, a marked increase from 2006 when just 62.4 percent agreed.” That number will continue to increase. Just wait and see what Denmark will be like in ten years.

“4 of 10 Danish Muslims want Quran-based laws,” The Local, October 19, 2015 (thanks to TheReligionofPeace.com):

Nearly four out of ten Danish Muslims think that Denmark’s laws should be at least partly based on the Quran, according to a new survey.

In a a poll conducted by Wilke for Jyllands-Posten, 11.3 percent of Danish Muslims said that the Quran should serve as the sole basis for Denmark’s laws, while an additional 26.5 percent said that the nation’s laws should be built upon a mixture of the Quran’s teachings and the Danish constitution.

Just over half, 53.9 percent, said that Denmark’s laws should be solely based on its constitution.

The poll results come just a week after another survey found that 77.2 percent of Danish Muslims agreed that “the Quran’s instructions should be followed completely”, a marked increase from 2006 when just 62.4 percent agreed.

Read more: pamelageller.com

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