You seem to be full of percentages. Got any links from credible sources to back those up?
Victoria Lamb Hatch
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I’d be delighted to give some sources to you.

Here are the statistics gathered by the Pew research center on opinions on Sharia law in the Middle Eastern/SE Asian countries.

The 75% figure comes from Professor Ruud Koopermans for the Wissenschaftszentrum in Berlin.

As for your attacks: This month it was Ahmad Khan Rahami. Before that it was Omar Mateen. Then Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel. Then Abdelhamid Abaaoud.

I’m from Britain, so the European attacks are more relevant to me, but the US is no exception.

You may check almost every page of the Quran and something is written about disbelievers.

Also for the record, whites are the minority.

An interesting website to look at is this:

http://jihadwatch.org/

Especially the “Islam 101" section at the top of the page.

But what do I know, I’m just living in my little bubble.

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