The Future of Islam in the UK

on Thursday, August 15, 2013

It is pleasant to know that besides all the hatred for Muslims, all the ignorant acts of terrorists, the biased media, poor and inactive Muslims all around and without taking any interest at government level by the majority of Muslim countries, Islam is still spreading and on its peak in terms of the population today. Islam is on track to turn into the predominant religion in Britain within the following era, as per new statistics information circulated by the British government.

The numbers show that despite the fact that Christianity is still the primary religion in Britain –over 50% of the population portray themselves as being what is indicated –practically 50% of all Christians in Britain are over the age of 50, and, despite any precedent to the contrary, fewer than half under the age of 25 depict themselves as Christian.

The total of Muslims living in Northern Europe, which incorporates the United Kingdom, is required to expand from 3.8 million in 2010 to 7.5 million in 2030. Muslims are relied upon to make up 7.0% of Northern Europe’s population, up from 3.8% in 2010. By the year 2050, in a negligible 37 years, Britain will be in its larger parts a Muslim country.

This projection is dependent upon sensibly great information. Between 2004 and 2008, the Muslim population of the UK developed at a yearly rate of 6.7 percent, making Muslims 4 percent of the population in 2008. Extrapolating from those figures might imply that the Muslim population in 2020 might be 8 percent, 15 percent in 2030, 28 percent in 2040 and at long last, in 2050, the Muslim population of the UK might surpass 50 percent of the aggregate population.

Numerous British individuals find it hard to accept their nation could come to be a dominant part Muslim. All the same, it was never what they needed so why, in a popular government, would it be a good idea for it to be occurring? Yet, we’ve had such skepticism some time recently. Back in the 60s and 70s, numerous individuals jeered at the thought that London could ever be a lion’s share non-white. Anyway, today it is.

Yassir Arafat grasped the political force of the rate of birth. The Palestinian population expanded seven-fold in one era from 450,000 in 1967 to 3.3 million in 2002. The wombs of Palestinian ladies, Arafat said, were the “mystery weapon” in his reason. The Israeli government is really conscious of the Palestinian demographics.

The political and social outcomes of this stuff will be critical. Britain’s universal remote strategy, especially with respect to the US and Israel, might quite likely change. Indeed, the US and Israel are now reckoning the outcomes of a lion’s share Muslim Western Europe.

Britain’s social scene might likewise be updated. The Adhan, the Muslim call to prayer, might quite likely be heard all through a large portion of Britain. The universal notable sights and resonances of the nation might additionally change from church ringer towers to minarets.

Not only the demographics suggest the bright future of Islam in UK, but also the true and knowledgeable Muslims of UK are also struggling hard to make a better place for Islam in the UK. They are helping other people understand the true message of Islam. Quite likely the greater part of this might happen slowly, however; there could be small mistrust that it will happen, and it might happen very soon.

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