According to recent research conducted by the Pew Research Center, 10% of all Europeans are anticipated to be members of the Muslim faith by the year 2050. This projection is based on the fact that Islam is the religion that is expanding at the quickest rate throughout the world. Islam is and will become the fastest-growing religion by the end of the century.
According to the findings of the study, the global population of Muslims is projected to have grown by 73% between the years 2010 and 2050. This is followed by the global population of Christians, which is projected to grow by 35% during the same time period, and Hindus, which is projected to grow by 34%.
According to the study’s projections, Islam will become the world’s largest religion by the turn of the century, overtaking Christianity in the process.
This transformation can be connected to a variety of factors, including higher birth rates in Muslim households, conversions to Islam, and migration patterns, to name a few of these factors.
The vast majority of the world’s Muslims live in Asia, with Indonesia being the country on the continent with the largest Muslim population. Pakistan and India come in second and third, respectively.
According to the most recent counts, there are around 2 billion Muslims worldwide, making Islam the religion with the highest rate of expansion.
It is projected that this pattern will continue for the foreseeable future, given the tremendous implications that the growth of the Muslim population has had and will continue to have on global politics, the global economy, and the cultural dynamics of the globe.