“We are all Christians.”
That’s the mantra from some of the most devout Muslims in the world, and it has been the rallying cry of the millions who have joined the faith.
The global population of Muslims is now estimated at almost 5 billion, but there are now some 4.3 billion Muslims worldwide, and they’re growing.
The world’s population has fallen from 1.3 to 1.2 billion in the last century.
In 2018, the number of Muslims worldwide reached 5 billion.
It was nearly 6 billion in 2030, according to the Pew Research Center.
There are now 1.5 billion Muslims in Africa, about the same number as in the U.S. The number of African Muslims is growing rapidly.
In Asia, where Islam is the largest religion, the Muslim population grew by 1.6 million in 2018, according the Pew survey.
That was the highest growth rate of any religion in the region.
In South America, the world’s second-largest Muslim country, Muslims are now estimated to number about 3.6 billion, about half the population of Nigeria.
In Latin America, where Muslims are the largest religious group, the global Muslim population is expected to reach 4.4 billion, according a recent Pew survey from the Pew Center on Religion and Public Life.
In the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, the total is expected by 2020 to reach 6.5 million.
The growth of the Muslim world is a global phenomenon, according in the Pew poll.
In 2018, Muslims made up about 18% of the world population, up from 16% in 2017.
About 60% of Muslims live in Muslim majority countries, according Pew.
In Africa, where the Muslim share of the population has grown from 15% in 2000 to 27% in 2018 and where the number is projected to grow to 28% by 2050, Muslims now make up more than 60% in most of the continent.
There were a number of countries where Muslims make up less than 15% of their populations.
In Nigeria, where only 6% of its population is Muslim, the figure is estimated to be 7%.
In South Asia, the largest Muslim population, about a third of the Muslims live outside the Muslim majority nations, and in some cases are non-Muslims.
Muslims make a small share of India’s population of about 2.5%.
In the Middle Eastern region, the Pew data shows that the Muslim community is concentrated in the areas of Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the Palestinian territories.
In South Asia the Muslim percentage is about 12%.
In Africa and the Middle Atlantic region, about 12% of Muslim populations are Muslims in countries such as Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria.
In those countries, Muslims make less than 10% of total population.
In the Americas there are a number where Muslims, even those who are not practicing Muslims, make up a significant portion of the total population, but in some areas there are smaller proportions of Muslims.
In North America, a large portion of Muslims are in the United States, including in California, where about 18.3% of people are Muslims.
In Canada, where Muslim numbers are estimated at 13%, Muslims make about 15% or less of the Canadian population.
Muslims make up about 3% of Canada’s total population of 24.4 million, according Census Bureau data.
In China, where China’s Muslim population stands at more than 4.5%, the Muslim numbers in 2018 stood at 8.2%.
In the Philippines, where nearly 9% of Christians are Muslims, the Muslims make more than 9% out of the Filipino population of 3.8 million.
In India, where more than half the Muslims are estimated to live outside Muslim majority regions, Muslims have been making up about 10% in the Hindu-majority country of West Bengal.
In Tamil Nadu, the country’s largest Muslim-majority state, Muslims account for more than 13% of a population of around 1.4 crore.
In Turkey, where most Muslims are concentrated in Turkey, the percentage of Muslims in Turkey has grown to more than 20%.
The percentage of Turks living in countries outside Muslim-dominated countries in the Middle and South East has been decreasing.
In Afghanistan, the majority of the country is Muslim but there is an estimated 15% Muslim population in Kabul.
In Iraq, where 80% of Iraqis are Muslims and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group has a presence in Mosul, Iraq and Syria, there are approximately 40,000 Muslims in Mosul alone.
In Jordan, which is mostly Sunni, Muslims constitute approximately 11% of about 5.7 million Muslims in Amman.
In Nigeria, the population is estimated at more or less 5 million, but Muslims make just a little more than 10%, according to a Pew survey of 1,000 Nigerian Muslims conducted in 2017 by the Pew Global Attitudes Project.
In 2016, there were 2.4 millions Muslims in Nigeria.
There is also a sizeable