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Muslims more likely to help someone being attacked than Christians, survey finds

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In a world that seems to be getting angrier and more hectic, lots of people have witnessed violent or aggressive incidents and wondered whether or not they should intervene.
Muslims more likely to help someone being attacked than Christians, survey finds

according to rapporteur report from independent, link ,A thousand questions race through the mind: do you risk your own safety, are you actually witnessing what you think you are witnessing, and could getting involved even make things worse?

A new survey questioned 2,000 people about their willingness to intervene in an “extreme situation” and came up with some interesting findings. One was that greater percentage of people who identify as Muslims and Hindus said they would spring into action than Christians.

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Christian respondents suggested they were the least likely to intervene (Bay Alarm Medical)

Just 24 per cent of people said they would get out their phone and start videoing if they saw a police officer harassing an African American man for no reason, while 21 per cent said they would get out of it. Meanwhile - both typically and depressingly -  nearly twice as many people say would step in if they witnessed violence against a dog, rather than a person.

The survey, entitled Bystander Backlash and which makes no claims to being entirely scientific, was conducted on behalf of Bay Alarm Medical, a California-based medical services company.

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