Europe’s Muslim population to grow, migration or not, study says

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Europe’s Muslim population to grow, migration or not, study says

Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers in a convention center in Marseille, southern France. A new study on Europe’s Muslim population suggests that even if all migration into the continent were to stop permanently, the group’s share would still be expected to increase to 7.4 percent from the current level of 4.9 percent by 2050. The report by the Pew Research Center modeled three scenarios on Europe’s future Muslim population that vary depending on future levels of migration.
Demonstrators, in 2012, display signs with crossed mosques during a protest in front of a mosque in Berlin, Germany. A new study on Europe’s Muslim population suggests that even if all migration into the continent were to stop permanently, the group’s share would still be expected to increase to 7.4 percent from the current level of 4.9 percent by 2050. The report by the Pew Research Center modeled three scenarios on Europe’s future Muslim population that vary depending on future levels of migration.

Europe’s Muslim population to grow, migration or not, study says

Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers in a convention center in Marseille, southern France. A new study on Europe’s Muslim population suggests that even if all migration into the continent were to stop permanently, the group’s share would still be expected to increase to 7.4 percent from the current level of 4.9 percent by 2050. The report by the Pew Research Center modeled three scenarios on Europe’s future Muslim population that vary depending on future levels of migration.
Demonstrators, in 2012, display signs with crossed mosques during a protest in front of a mosque in Berlin, Germany. A new study on Europe’s Muslim population suggests that even if all migration into the continent were to stop permanently, the group’s share would still be expected to increase to 7.4 percent from the current level of 4.9 percent by 2050. The report by the Pew Research Center modeled three scenarios on Europe’s future Muslim population that vary depending on future levels of migration.
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