zondag 20 november 2011

Islamisering van Israël vindt niet plaats


Binnen Europa bestaat er angst voor islamisering van het Westen en dat moslims de westerse wereld zullen overnemen. Via bangmakerij worden moslims als vijand afgebeeld en met allerlei fopstatistieken wordt aangetoond dar de moslims de nieuwe vijand zijn. De communisten zijn op en mensen hebben een vijandbeeld nodig om hun angst en haat te kanaliseren. Als er zoiets als islamisering bestaat, hoe is het dan mogelijk dat Israël nog steeds Joods is? 17,2% van de Israëlische bevolking is moslim volgens cijfers die het Israëlische CBS heeft vrijgegeven:


• At the end of 2010, the Muslim population in Israel was estimated at 1.321 million (almost 17.2% of the total population of Israel), an increase of about 35 thousand people compared to the end of 2009.
• The city with the largest Muslim population was Jerusalem with 272,000 people, 20.6% of the total Muslim population in Israel. The next largest concentration was in Rahat in southern Israel, with 53 thousand Muslims, then Nazareth, with 50,500 and Umm al-Fahm (near Haifa) with 47,300 Muslims.
• In 2010, the fertility rate (the average number of children a woman is expected to give birth to over her lifetime) in the Israeli Muslim population was 3.8 children per woman, down from 4.7 children in 2000.
• The percentage of Muslims aged 15 years and older in the civilian labor force in 2010 was 39.9% (60.3 % of the males and 19.2% of the females), compared to 60.6% among the Jewish population (which has a far higher rate of working women - 58.8%). The unemployment rate among Muslims was 9.2% compared to 6.5% among the Jews.
• 40% of the employed Muslim women work in education.
• In the 2010-2011 school year, 20,972 Muslim students studied at higher educational institutions in Israel.
• Almost a quarter (23.7%) of the students at academic teachers' colleges were Muslims.
• Monthly household consumption expenditures among Muslims totaled NIS11,527 ($3,087) compared to NIS13,997 ($3,749) in the Jewish sector.
•  Muslim households expended a higher percentage of their monthly budget on food (23.9%) than Jewish households (15.3%).
• Expenditures for education, culture and entertainment were more than twice as high in Jewish households (NIS1,878 - $503) as in Muslim households (NIS901 - $241).
• Most of the Muslim population aged 20 and older are satisfied with their lives - 42% are "very satisfied" (compared to 35% of the Jewish population) and 45% are "satisfied".

Niet slecht voor een land dat wordt beschuldigd van "apartheid" maar in realiteit toleranter is dan de meeste Europese landen.