By The Numbers – The Untold Story of Muslim Opinions & Demographics

By the Numbers is an honest and open discussion, hosted by Raheel Raza president of Muslims Facing Tomorrow, about Muslim opinions and demographics. This is about the acceptance that radical Islam is a bigger problem than most politically correct governments and individuals are ready to admit. Is ISIS, the Islamic State, trying to penetrate the US with the refugee influx, are Muslims radicalised in US soil, are organizations such as CAIR who purport represent American Muslims accepting and liberal or radicalised with links to terror organizations.

  • Chatillon

    Frankly, I don’t understand why this woman is still a Muslim.

    • Yusuf_al_Kafir

      To stay marketable in the eyes of the Left.

      If she were to leave Islam she would instantly become persona non grata, much like Ayan Hirsi-Ali is.

      • terrence

        You become an apostate if you leave, and other moderate mooslimes are required to kill you.

        Ayan Hirsi-Ali stills requires a full time body guard.

        A lot of mooslimes know very little about the koran. What ISIS is doing horrifies them – so they read the koran and see that they are simply doing what the koran requires them to do. If they decide to leave islam, they must do it secretly, else they will be considered apostates and be murdered.

        I used to know an upper middle class woman who lived in West Vancouver; she was also a mooslime because her parents were.
        She said that if she left her mosque they would kill her. She was frightened, but did not see options.

      • moraywatson

        Yup. I call it “narcissism” for short.

  • tom_billesley

    A domino falls …?
    President of Gambia proclaims his country an Islamic State.

  • Spatchcocked

    The woman appears sincere but all she is saying is that radicalism is bad for Islam and bad for us, which is not a very valuable concession…we already KNEW that.

    Just once I’d like to hear an unambiguous renunciation of Islam period.

    • terrence

      you will NOT hear it from mooslimes – that would make them apostates and other mooslimes would have to kill them.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    I’ve watched this three times and sent the link to family members and friends.

    Having said this, I must say that I disagree with one major presupposition she makes, namely that Islam differs from “Radical Islam”. This is mere semantics and unrealistic to imagine there is a substantial difference. As demonstrated by the concentric circles and mere common sense, Islam is Islam and the koran is the koran and the more seriously one follows and practices Islam, the closer and closer to ISIS and Jihadis one must necessarily become.

    The BIG LIE is that Islam and Radical Islam are separate phenomena. Rather, they are inextricably linked, such that any Muslim anywhere on the planet, no matter how ignorant of their religion or secular they may be, may be ‘switched on’ at any moment by the teachings of Islam. Islam is a radical totalitarian system, not merely a “religion”.

    Enough said. I’m sure many readers of BCF out here will agree with this assessment. In a nutshell, the more Muslims, the more potential terrorists. Period.

    • moraywatson

      The problem with islam is its fundamentals.

      • mobuyus

        Ya but that’s what the ists like about it.

      • infedel

        The problem with islam is islam.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        The problem with Islam is virtually all of its theology. Islam and radical Islam are one and the same, but the latter phrase “radical Islam” is the politically correct leftist-approved version.

  • eMan14

    Raheel Raza is still a Muslim. And she has had death threats. We may not agree with everything she says or believes, but she can help us in this battle with our idiot progressives and politicians.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      I reluctantly suspect you’re right re: the “battle” part, but also suspect this video would be viewed as “Islamophobic” in most/all Muslim and many non-Muslim circles in Canada today.

      Call me pessimistic, but I’d bet anything this includes Justin Trudeau and most/all of the Liberal Party and the NDP at all levels of government, along with some useful idiot so-called Conservatives, too.

  • Rosenmops

    There are probably very few Muslims who would agree with Raheel Raza, unfortunately. Likely a very small minority. And even fewer brave enough to speak out.

  • JoKeR
  • pdxnag

    All Muslims are carriers of implied support for Q 47:4 9:29 and 5:33, and also Bukhari 9.84.57 on death for apostasy.

    To proclaim oneself a Muslim but not a dangerous one would require a gargantuan listing of all the evils mandated by Islam but which you personally oppose. Your friends and kids will nevertheless gloss over such nuance and extremism (your departure from the core text and teaching of Islam).

    The clearest way to break from being a party to perpetuating the evil of Islam is to declare yourself an apostate.