Isn’t this backwards? Shouldn’t Muslims be more concerned than non-Muslims about the rise of attachment to jihadism and Islamic supremacism? After all, given that the overwhelming majority of Muslims in America abhor terrorism, as we hear again and again, shouldn’t they be directing their efforts to eradicating sympathy for the jihad terrorists from their community?
But instead, it seems that many are more concerned about perceived discrimination than about jihadists in their ranks:
19% list discrimination, and only 3% cite “Radical Islam/extremists.”