Managing to 'must-post daily', by reposting comments like this one. Managing to cop-out, more-like.
Someone recently reminded me of the human behaviour, the condition… that pushes everything, too high, or sets everything – too low. 'Moderate' isn't necessarily the third-way, which perhaps involves holding the other two, in their extremes – in a not so comfortable juxtaposition. Another consideration is more personal experience. And how this informs.
Taking this into what's real and Muslim? I've often found Islamic adherents, more-so than Muslims more-by background, to be unusually warm and for-real. Generous and open people. In one or two, as present and considerate, as I've ever met. Perhaps it's their strong family sharing that does it, more than the directly-religious influence. But they stand out in their sincerity to be kind. And consistency.
Of course there's validity to concerns, increasingly raised through the new arrivals to Europe. But I've not found the inner-city is hallmarked in street-based troubles by the Islamic aspect, at least any more than other cultural – race or religion – based groupings and their ideological baggage.
Look for balanced analysis but find too much 'can do no wrong/no right' – and not enough combining and discern.
The spoilers of humanity are all about us sect-ing up and fighting. They want free-speech. Want it gone: Want hate-speech – want it's increasing. Problem, reaction…
We must interrupt