First of all, how many Muslims have you met first hand?
And with first hand you mean people I actually KNOW or just have seen or I've personally had some kind of experience with them?
Second, your example is bad. Skinheads are much, much more specific than Muslims. Skinheads have identifiable Nazi symbols and a CLEAR objective. Of COURSE I'd be scared of a guy with a Nazi tattoo and a bald head: there is no MISTAKE they'd be a skinhead and hate me. That's the point of the club. When you see Muslims, there is no clear objective from them.
There are enough skinheads in the world that are AGAINST Nazism and Racism, in fact, a friend of mine is skinhead and he's against Nazism and Racism. And it's funny how you, when I mentioned skinheads, at once mentioned Nazi symbols while I said no such thing. See what I mean now. If you see a skinhead or hear someone say the word skinhead you would automatically think it's a Nazi. When I see a muslim I automatically think it's a bad person, just because all my past experiences with them have been bad. That's my point, I hope you finally understand it?
Okay, so you have no evidence. Then you don't even have the right to ask others for it (.. even though it's been provided for you time and time again).
I'm not asking for it anymore now. Call me ignorant, but even though "tests" show that most muslims are good persons I still wouldn't believe it just because of my own experiences.
What are you going to do when you meet a nice person and find out they're Muslim, by the way? Will you go silent? Will you run? Will you insult them endlessly?
Hmm, interesting question. That depends, first of all I've never met any white person that is a Muslim and second of all I don't really think a "traditional" muslim would come near me as I am now.
But if I got to know one against all odds I don't know what I would do, to be honest. I guess if that would happen I would come here and take my words back.
Wait, did you have a family member die anyway? If you didn't, why would you compare that to this?
Yes actually, I lost my uncle, he moved to America when I was like 6 or 7. I don't remember much because I was like 8/9 years back then. Only remember my mom came to me and said he was dead.
So as much as you hate Muslims, you wouldn't flinch near an Arabian dressed in a turban? Interesting. It's kinda hard for people to have prejudices without a mental image of the said prejudice (because after all, it'd be like hating something you never met, saw, or even identified in your life. Wait, you haven't anyway!)
Yep. Of course I would probably be watching him to see if he's doing something suspicious. How would you expect me to react?
They all look different, but they're still muslim, and they're easy to recognize.
And what was the last thing you said? That I haven't met, seen or identified a muslim in my life? I don't even know what the hell prejudice means so I can't answer that.