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I noticed that there wasn't any good map showing the percentage of Muslims in Europe by region (and not just by country), so I searched for the data and made one. Brussels had the highest percentage of Muslims (25%) of any non-Muslim country in Europe, followed by Marseille and Birmingham (both around 22%).

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UPDATE:

The country of origin of Muslims varies greatly between European countries.

Sweden has seen their Muslim population increase very fast over the last 15 years due to refugees from Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Somalia. The two largest groups of foreigners in Sweden are Syrians (200,000) and Iraqi (150,000), who by themselves already account for 3.3% of the population.

The biggest share of Muslims in Austria are Turks and Muslim Europeans (Bosnians, Kosovars, Macedonians, Bulgarians), who make up about 3% of the population.

Germany has 1.5 million people of Turkish origin, 800,000 Syrians, 270,000 Afghans, 260,000 Iraqi, and over half a million of Europeans from traditionally Muslim countries.

Most Muslims in France and the Benelux are of Maghrebi origin, followed by Turks.

The bulk of British Muslims are Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Nigerians.
 
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Corsica is a surprise to me.

It was for me too. But when you think about it Corsica has a small population (330,000 people), so it doesn't take a lot of Muslim immigrants to increase their percentage quickly.
 
The contrast between West Germany and East Germany is interesting.
 
Albanians and Bosnians are majority Muslim since 15th-16th Century


That is incorrect.
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/1931_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

1931:
Serbs: 1,028,139
Muslims: 718,079
Croats: 547,949

2013:
Croats: 544,780
Serbs: 1,086,733
Bosniaks: 1,769,592
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/2013_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

They have become a majority in Bosnia&Herzegovina for the first time ever during the last census in 2013.
They outnumber Croats&Serbs together today.
The country has 3 presidents, 1 Croat, 1 Serb, 1 Muslim (Bosniak today)
With their increasing numbers during the presidential elections it has already happened twice that the Bosniaks have elected the Croat president instead of Croats.

From 30% to 51%.
 
That is incorrect.
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/1931_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

1931:
Serbs: 1,028,139
Muslims: 718,079
Croats: 547,949

2013:
Croats: 544,780
Serbs: 1,086,733
Bosniaks: 1,769,592
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/2013_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

They have become a majority in Bosnia&Herzegovina for the first time ever during the last census in 2013.
They outnumber Croats&Serbs together today.
The country has 3 presidents, 1 Croat, 1 Serb, 1 Muslim (Bosniak today)
With their increasing numbers during the presidential elections it has already happened twice that the Bosniaks have elected the Croat president instead of Croats.

From 30% to 51%.

Just picked up this book on the history of Bosnia.


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That is incorrect.
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/1931_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

1931:
Serbs: 1,028,139
Muslims: 718,079
Croats: 547,949

2013:
Croats: 544,780
Serbs: 1,086,733
Bosniaks: 1,769,592
wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/2013_population_census_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina

They have become a majority in Bosnia&Herzegovina for the first time ever during the last census in 2013.
They outnumber Croats&Serbs together today.
The country has 3 presidents, 1 Croat, 1 Serb, 1 Muslim (Bosniak today)
With their increasing numbers during the presidential elections it has already happened twice that the Bosniaks have elected the Croat president instead of Croats.

From 30% to 51%.

It's not true that the Bosniaks have become a majority only recently. They were already a minority at the census in 1971. The census from 1961 is a bit problematic because a lot of them had to declare themselves as Serbs, Croats or Yugoslavs. Be as it may, they have been a majority in all official statistics since 1971.

Btw, the book by Noel Malcolm is not a serious contribution to historiography. It is a work of journalism at best and a political pamphlet at worst. However, it seems to be very popular among Bosniaks as it feeds their narratives about Bosnian history and the last war.
 
Good to see Poland being free (for now), others can be kicked out.
 
An Kebab an Chachapuri won't change your life, an rape, assault, aggression, terrorist attack will..
 

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