Even without new migration Europe Mulsim population will rise to 7.4% by 2050

A poll from Pew Research gives some startling news for Europe in the coming decades.


Muslims are projected to be the world’s fastest-growing major religious group in the decades ahead:

By 2035, the number of babies born to Muslims is projected to modestly exceed births to Christians, mostly due to Muslims’ relatively young population and high fertility rates.

The Muslim population in Europe, now accounting for 4.9% of the total population, is projected to continue to rise. Even if there is no new migration in the coming decades (an unlikely scenario), the Muslim share of the region’s population is expected to increase to 7.4% by 2050.

This is troubling for Europe due to what we have already seen happen in Europe as they deal with the crisis of refugees mixing with western society. None of the areas that took in heavy migrants have been left unscathed and a small portion of the population of Europe has greatly affected every portion of it. The question is going to come down to a few things. The first is how many of these kids will be born to radical Muslims. If Muslims who wish to assimilate to society have the majority of these children then you will see this not affect Europe. The issue comes in if the people who have children are the ones who are drastically trying to change Europe. The ones who go to the Mosques of radical clerics who are creating terror cells in the communities of Europe. If kids are born to these parents or these kids become brainwashed by these Islamic preachers then Europe will continue its spiral into destruction.

The only chance Europe has to fix this is simple. Do everything you can to root the radical Islamic preachers out and control any new ones from entering the country. If they do this then the increase in Muslim population should have little effect on society.

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