>>2694695>oh come on, Stating that almost every major terrorist attack in western Europe has been committed by muslims, is in no way "just a narrative" it's plain fact.
I've never contested that, but at the same time you have to admit that saying that virtually no muslim in the general population is a terrorist is a fact too. There are a handful of terrorist attacks and literally tenths of millions of people who are living peaceful lives: those terrorists may be muslim, but maybe the category ''Islam'' is not good enough as a category to invididuate said terrorists, considering that for every positive case you have literally tenths of thousands of people who have nothing to do with it.>if what you stated was true, one would have to place the blame on the host nation and it's citizens.
Not really, I was not saying that more muslims should commit crimes because these nations are oppressing or because terrorism is in their DNA. What I'm saying is that in these 15 years, with the rising of the 2 biggest terrorist Islamic organizations, during periods of mass immigrations from areas that were directly linked to said organizations, we've had not that many terrorist attacks.
As I've said earlier, I'm not justifying, I'm just surprised that there are so few attacks in the West, and that they are so disorganized. I expected different things from Al-Qaeda first and ISIS then, and I think that said expectations were reasonable.
In this expectation there is no judgement towards the nations that hosted these immigrants (which have been, according to the majority of Europe, even too much tolerant), nor I am judging the ''essence'' or ''nature'' of said immigrants, by implying that this is what they do. Rather I'm just pointing out at certain, massive polarizing influences, and their failure in fully radicalizing muslims in the West.