“…Cautious estimates from other research suggest that Muslims may be responsible for somewhere between twenty and thirty percent of anti-Semitic incidents in Britain, despite making up only five percent of the population. Yet, talking honestly about this problem remains difficult. The notion that one minority group might be responsible for directing bigotry against another seems to be incomprehensible to polite opinion. The overarching narrative remains that racism only happens in one direction, from the Caucasian majority toward everyone else.
Nevertheless, the findings of this survey have ramifications with the potential to impact wider society far beyond only Jews and homosexuals. It reveals a subculture among British Muslims where extreme social conservatism winds its way on into religious extremism and eventually toward support for terrorist violence and, in some cases, even sympathy with ISIS.”