According to a 2010 Pew Research Center study (released in January 2011), Islam has 1.6 billion adherents, making up over 22% of the world population. Pew Research Center figures also outline in 2015 there were 50 Muslim-majority countries.
Further figures by the Pew Research Center determine that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world (despite what Scientologists may think) and is expected to outstrip Christianity by the end of the century. Given this trajectory Muslims will multiply twice as fast as the world’s population from now until 2050.
So how is this being accomplished you may ask?
If you consider the undeniable cultural traits in Islam towards polygamy and rearing a plethora of offspring (which would rival the Fundamentalist Mormons breeding patterns) one can understand how this trend occurs even before factoring in converts from other faiths.
As astrophysicist David Spergel aptly observes “If you have a religion that encourage people to have many children, it has many followers. If you have a religion that tells people not to reproduce, that religion tends to die out.”
This is further reinforced by self-induced segregation from Western society by Islamic adherents establishing communal enclaves separate from the society. Explosively volatile attitudes and violence are shown to be fostered in these Western based enclaves, and are plainly shown to lead to riotous action against the West and mass attacks against peaceful protesting Christians in Western countries.
If you couple this with the Islamo-centric political correctness that engulfs the mainstream media, all levels of government, NGOs, schools, universities and even churches it is of little consequence that our Western Judeo-Christian-Secular Humanist society faces significant hurdles now and into the future.
While “progressives” sneeringly dismiss such talk as “Red-baiting” conspiracy theories against adherents of Islam, the figures don’t lie (but it’s of little surprise that facts and figures are of no importance to Leftists).
Food for thought.