Indeed, nearly two-thirds of Muslim Americans say they are dissatisfied with the way things are going in the U. I was very nervous about providing the feedback initially. Due in no small part to their wide range of geographic origins, U. In the new survey, respondents were asked whether Trump makes them feel four emotions — two positive hope and happiness and two negative worry and anger. We have to take extra caution scanning our surroundings — know where we are, who is around and what kind of thoughts they might hold for Islam, about Islam or against Islam. Muslim population, see Chapter 1. I feel sympathy for them; empathy as well. Muslims are a racially and ethnically diverse population. Overwhelmingly, they say they are proud to be Americans, believe that hard work generally brings success in this country and are satisfied with the way things are going in their own lives — even if they are not satisfied with the direction of the country as a whole. Muslims say they have a lot in common with most Americans.
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Muslims are strongly Democratic Two-thirds of U.
This question was designed to be asked of the general public as well. Australia's first openly-gay imam Nur Warsame is supporting the 'yes' case for gay marriage However, Mr Ali said plenty of Muslims supported gay rights.
I was very nervous about providing the feedback initially.
Now, I get questions a lot, but people are not afraid. They shared it with their friends.
Muslims are strongly Democratic Two-thirds of U. His new group, Muslims for Marriage Equality, was set up only days after Islamic Friendship Association of Australia founder Keysar Trad declared gay relationships were wrong because 'they should not be encouraged to engage in sexual activity'.
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So, we really felt like we were threatened. This is similar to the percentage of the U.
The overall American public is more divided on this question. In addition, nearly one-in-five U.
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