SCREWED: Guess Which Religion Is The ‘Fastest Growing In The World’

If you don’t think this is a problem, then you are a part of the problem.

Muslims are the fastest-growing religious group in the world and will overtake the number of Christians by the end of the century, research suggests.

A collection of studies by the Pew Research Center also found they make up a growing share of the immigrant population in America every year.

In 2002, Muslims comprised 5 percent of the immigrants coming into the US, while in 2012 they made up 10 percent – the equivalent of 100,000 arriving every year.

Pew also found that Muslim immigrants prefer more government services and that 70 percent lean towards the Democrats, while just 11 percent identify with Republicans.

The statistics were released as worldwide condemnation of Donald Trump’s wishes to stop all Muslims at the US borders grew.

Muslims currently make up less than 1 percent of the US adult population. Just less than two thirds (63 percent) are immigrants.

By 2050, Pew says 2.1 percent of the population will say they are Muslim, surpassing those who identify as Jewish.

A majority of the Muslims globally (62 percent) live in the Asia-Pacific region, including large populations in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran and Turkey.

Read more: Daily Mail

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