October 2007
New Oxford Review;Oct2007, Vol. 74 Issue 9, p18
The article focuses on the result of the sociological survey conducted by Anthony T. Sullivan which highlights the views of Western Christians and Muslim societies on morality. The differing opinions of respondents regarding gender equality, homosexuality, abortion, and divorce; imply that Muslims do not hate America for what it is, but for what it does to seize and occupy oil-rich Arab and Muslim lands. Sullivan also stresses that Muslims find the U.S. and Israel to be morally corrupt.


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