Why does it matter more if a Muslim commits a crime?
We see.this all the time whenever a Muslim commits a crime it's taken more seriously and people care more but if somebody else does it nobody really cares lol.
- BrianLv 510 months agoFavorite Answer
Often its because such acts are self labeled by the individuals as being in the name of that religion all be it perhaps that particular individuals skewed interpretation of it.And yes if Muslims are a minority in the country you live in, a magnifying glass will be placed upon their wrong doing by the media and the mainstream population.This happens the world over, when a Christian, Sikh, Hindu etc.. does wrong in say Pakistan ( a majority Muslim nation) they are subjected to extra scrutiny too.
- rickLv 710 months ago
It matters, because they represent their religion as minorities in another culture. What they do is magnified and indicates to everyone, how their culture behaves. It's therefore important that they be model citizens in their adopted country, unless they wish to bring shame on their entire society.
- 10 months ago
Perhaps it is because a certain tiny but troublesome segment of Islam still wants to turn the Western nations into third-world hell holes. They seem to have been at war with the modern world, capitalism and Christianity for a thousand years.