Muslim population growth is the population growth of Muslims worldwide. In 2006, countries with a Muslim majority population growth rate of 1.8% per year (when weighted by percentage Muslim and population size). This compares with a world population growth rate of 1.1% per year. As of 2011, it was predicted that the world's Muslim population will grow twice as fast as non-Muslims over the next 20 years. fertility rate, (median age of 24) compared to other religious groups.

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  • Muslim population growth is the population growth of Muslims worldwide. In 2006, countries with a Muslim majority population growth rate of 1.8% per year (when weighted by percentage Muslim and population size). This compares with a world population growth rate of 1.1% per year. As of 2011, it was predicted that the world's Muslim population will grow twice as fast as non-Muslims over the next 20 years. fertility rate, (median age of 24) compared to other religious groups. "This significant growth has great numbers of forcing people by death threats and uncountable offsprings per parent (as forced in the quran) . According to Pew Research, religious conversion has no net impact on the Muslim population as the number of people who convert to Islam is roughly similar to those who leave Islam. A 2007 Center for Strategic and International Studies report argued that some Muslim population projections are overestimated, as they assume that all descendants of Muslims will become Muslims even in cases of mixed parenthood. (en)
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  • Muslim population growth is the population growth of Muslims worldwide. In 2006, countries with a Muslim majority population growth rate of 1.8% per year (when weighted by percentage Muslim and population size). This compares with a world population growth rate of 1.1% per year. As of 2011, it was predicted that the world's Muslim population will grow twice as fast as non-Muslims over the next 20 years. fertility rate, (median age of 24) compared to other religious groups. (en)
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  • Muslim population growth (en)
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