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Islam is the fastest growing religion

Islam is the fastest growing religion and
the second largest religion in the world

Muslims in Asia (1996) 1,022,692,000 (30%)
Muslims in Africa (1996) 426,282,000 (59%)
Total Number of Muslims on the Earth (1996) 1,482,596,925
Total Number of People on the Earth (1996) 5,771,939,007
Percentage of Muslims (1996) 26%
Islam annual growth rate (1994-1995) from U.N. 6.40%
Christianity growth rate (1994-1995) from U.N. 1.46%
Total Number of Muslims on the Earth (1998 ) 1,678,442,000
Expected Number of Muslims on the Earth (2000) 1,902,095,000

This table below shows the growth of Islam:

North America (1989-1998 )
Africa 2.15%
Asia 12.57%
Europe 142.35%
Latin America -4.73%
Australia 257.01%

Among every four humans in the world, one of them is Muslim. Muslims have increased by over 235 percent in the last fifty years up to nearly 1.6 billion. By comparison, Christians have increased by only 47 percent, Hinduism, 117 percent, and Buddhism by 63 percent. Islam is the second largest religious group in France, Great Britain and USA (Muslims in USA are 10 millions <http://www.islamicw religions_ changes.htm> and Jews are 6 millions).

For a list of all Muslim countries and where the total number of Muslims came from, please click here.
<http://www.islamicw population. htm>
The numbers of the growth rates have been taken from here
<http://www.islamicw religions_ changes.htm>
The number of the total population has been taken from The CIA World’s Facts Book.



July 15, 2008 - Posted by | Ilmu

1 Comment »

  1. True, so true.

    Comment by Yoyodawg | January 13, 2010 | Reply

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