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Those Danes...: 59 percent think that immigrants from the Middle East are "religious fanatics"
Danes have the world record when it comes to believing that "Greater interaction between Muslim and Western worlds is a threat" (Islam and the West: Annual Report on the State of Dialogue, January 2008 - page 25). 79 percent of Danes think that greater interaction is a threat. We are also the happiest people in the world, our self-confidence is the highest (19,3 times higher than Arabs) and we are among the world's most trusting people.
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More reasons for Muslims not to immigrate to the land of Holger the Dane:
Translated from Danish by Nicolai Sennels, Ugebrevet A4, June 21: "Denmark is a Tea Party-movement":
The study shows, among other things, that 59 percent of Danes think that the term 'religious fanatics' describes immigrants from the Middle East well. In the U.S., only 37 of the population share this view. In Norway, the percentage is 47. ...
'We need to go all the way back to the time after 9/11 to find similar opposition to Muslims in America. The position you see in Denmark is very similar to those we see in the Tea Party movement in the U.S.' ...59 percent of Danes think that immigrants from South Asia are willing to integrate, while only 16 percent of Danes think that this applies to immigrants from the Middle East. ...Only 19 percent of Danes think that immigrants from the Middle East are law-abiding ...Three out of four Danes believe that immigrants from the Middle East increase the level of violent crime. ...Only 20 percent of Danes think that immigrants from the Middle East are willing to learn Danish.