#1. Yes, well. I know it is not your problem and not an american problem. I state in my first post that should be somewhere in the beginning pages that I do not believe sharia to be threat in the USA at all... but it is a real, but small threat in Europe.... or rather, in various European states.
#2. Yes, not all arabs are muslims and not all muslims are arabic people. However, when immigrants move to a new country, their choice in residency lies with their own people and thus, ghettos naturally form.
#3. My life is my own and I would like that if I do not open the door to this discussion, you don't enter through it.
#4. Nobody is saying that all muslims are bad dude. Some are very accomplished in their own rights. But the problem is when they have increasing numbers. When the number of a certain group of immigrants reaches a level between 3-5% there can be noticed the phenomenons we speak of when we discuss the muslims community... which in the UK it reached the 6% margin, and will increase exponentially over the years, causing even more problems if the current trend of islam continues. If Islam doesn't pass through the renaissance phase and the enlightenment phase as Christianity did, it will always be a negative religion for the public life of a society.
The public life of a society, not the individual life. I am certain that for a great deal of individuals, at an individual level, Islam did people a lot of good. It is when it becomes a political power it f*cks things up.
Much like any other religion.
#5. Protecting oneself in Europe is quite different than in the US. Until the arrival of mass, unregulated, unchecked number of immigrants, crime in most European countries was somewhat less. It wasn't innexistent, but it was less. Once the waves of unregulated, unchecked, uncontrolled immigrants came, we have encountered several new types of crimes, that haven't been a thing in Europe for centuries. One of these examples is Honor killings. We didn't have those for a long, long time.... and we didn't miss them, but now that islam is here, we have them back. yippy.
But the notions of protecting oneself are different in Europe than it is in the US because of how we are allowed. Most European countries, except switzerland, have very restrictive gun laws. In Western Europe, Britain and Germany have the harshest gun laws, even against non-lethal guns... while Eastern European countries top the cake when it comes to insane, pointless regulation that helps nobody when you want to get a gun... even a non-lethal one.
Moreover, actions for protection need to be taken as an individual, and as a community. Without a community, you can't do much.
A community can be a group of people, families, from a certain neighborhood to the government... which is not doing its part in defending its citizens.