There's a report for the think tank Demos out recently. In it it has some interesting findings about attitudes towards Britain's treatment of gay people. One of the findings is that 47% of muslims agreed with the statement "I am proud of how Britain treats gay people". However, just under 20% disagreed with the statement - something which, predictably, has had the denizens of ConservativeHome complaining about muslims and how they don't fit in with our culture and whether they should be treated as British or not and all sorts of other islamophobic comments.
So, I think it's time for some context.
Muslims make up less than 3% of the UK's population. 20% of 3% is 0.6%. So muslims who disagree with equality for homosexuals make up 0.6% of the population. Contrast this with the 5% of the population who voted for the BNP at the general election - a party which is known (amongst other unpleasant traits) for it's opposition to equal rights for homosexuals. 0.6% of the population versus 5% of the population. I think I know which group I'm more worried about.
And, incidentally, I said all of the above in a comment on ConservativeHome. For some reason it didn't get published. Odd that.