Anonymous asked in TravelMexicoOther - Mexico · 8 months ago

Do most Latino / Hispanic-Americans view Islam positively or negatively?

6 Answers

  • 6 months ago

    They feel pretty negatively about the way predominantly Islamic countries treat minority Christians, but otherwise they don't waste their spare time worrying about other people's beliefs.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Positively. They are really biased to Islam and other reverse racists. 

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Americans are "Latino" because they were given rites under god by the Church who speaks Latin. The Latin church is more commonly called the Roman Catholic church.

    Islam conflicts with their core ideology even if Latins don't technically support a theocratic state anymore ... even if we ignore all the other bad history.

    Anyone who claims a heritage from Valle Latina or Iberia Hisapnia shouldn't even want to be around Muslims.

    Update @Leo -

    The oldest Roman Theocracy supported blood lines. But, they're not called Latino or Hisapnic (it's a different inflection).

    The Catholic church says blood lines (and genetic race) have no meaning. That's because the mythology behind "Latin blood" conflicts with Catholic doctrine.

    And you can look up the term Reconquista if you want to see how Hispania felt about Islam.

  • 8 months ago

    Here in the US where it basically isn't a force at all? I'm more concerned with how we react to it than the religion itself.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Well I’m Hispanic and I don’t care really just don’t push your Islamic beliefs off on me. I don’t care to hear about allah or. Whatever personally. We really do our own thing. 

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    More than likely negatively. Most Hispanics are Catholic.

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