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Asia contains a large variety of religion. West Asians are predominantly Muslims. South Asians are predominantly Hindu (excluding Pakistan and Bangladesh). East Asians (excluding mainland China) tend to be Buddhists, Taoists or Shinto.
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The Asian country with the largest Muslim population is the Republic of Indonesia. Approximately 12.7 percent of the entire Muslim population lives in Indonesia.
You can be Asian because your ancestors were Asian and your culture becomes Asian. Even if you get plastic surgery to change your face, you would still be Asian. You would b…e considered Asian by nationality if born in Asia in certain circumstances. A persons parents could have been born in Asia and lived there for many generations. They move to the USA and give birth to children. Those children would be considered American but of Asian origin.
Asian is a description of someone or something that originates in Asia.
86.1% of Indonesian people are Muslims. 67% of Brunei people are Muslims.60.4% of Malaysian people are Muslims.
How can you find an American widow or divorced Muslim women who like to marry an Asian Muslim age around 39-43?
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Most people in the West do not hate Asians or Muslims. The people that do hate Asians usually think Asians are inferior to Europeans. Some people think Asians or Africans or A…rabs or Hispanics are "less American" than European-Americans. Some people in the west associate Islam with Jihad linked terrorist groups such as Al Queda. Once again some think that Islam is not American. However, In general, Europeans and Americans don't hate Asians or Muslims.
Answer 1 It is not true that Asians hate Muslims. There may be some who hate Muslims but it doesn't apply to all Asians. Answer 2 Asians make up over half of the entire w…orld and a substantial minority of Asians (nearly a billion people) are Muslims. Asia is the most diverse continents in the world where even next-door neighbors are culturally unrelated, such as Burma and Bangladesh or Indonesia and East Timor. Please make your question more specific to a group of Asians for a useful answer.
Christmas is a Christian holiday, and most Asians are not Christians. Muslims are not Christians either.
List and percentages of the southeastern countries that are primarily Muslim: indoneisian-86.1% brunei-67% Malaysian-60.4% ps us is catholic
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You are thinking of becoming a Muslim but you are not Middle Eastern or Asian what steps should you take and is it acceptable for you to become Muslim given you are of Scottish decent?
First of all you have to read about Islam. And if you truly believe that it is the right religion for you, you have to go to an Imam or a Sheikh and make the Shahada. Then you… are a Muslim. Everyone can be a Muslim. Islam is not a religion connected to a country or a continent. Anyone from whatever Country can become a Muslim. .
There were several reasons that Europeans were interested in controlling what are traditionally considered Islamic Lands. Most of those reasons exist irrespective of Islam… and have more to do with the political and social climate in Europe during the Imperialist Period in Europe. The following reasons detail the reasons for European conquests in both Islamic and non-Islamic countries in Asia and Africa: Resources: There were an incredible variety of resources produced around the world that fed into the European industrial machine. Indonesia and Malaysia had rubber trees, India has a great number of spices, the Afghanistan is known for poppy and opiates, etc. The European powers wanted to gain access to these resources to power their industrial rise. Strategic Territory: Numerous colonies had specific strategic locations, such as Egypt with the current Suez Canal, Morocco with the Straits of Gibraltar, India because of its massive spice production and outlets to the Indian Ocean. Indochina was close to the unconquerable Qing Empire. Many colonies were chosen specifically based on where they were and how effectively defense could be maintained by holding those positions. Christian Evangelism: Many Europeans believed quite strongly at the time that their technological success was correlated with their belief in Christianity. In their view, non-Christians like the Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, etc. were hindered by the mentalities present in their religions from being technologically astute. In order to "help" these people to becomes more modern and more worldly, it was "necessary" to teach them the proper way to believe so that they too could succeed. Sometimes this evangelism was benign. At other times, it erupted in full-scale conflict, such as the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. White Man's Burden: Europeans were fascinated with the philosophy of J.S. Mills Jr. and Rudyard Kipling who believed that there was really only one track to humanity and each person was on this track to ultimate advancement. As Europeans were further along this track, it was "incumbent" on them as act of generosity to help those who were not as technologically or "culturally" advanced. There were campaigns across Africa, Asia, and Australia to "Europeanize the Natives" so that they would be "able" to progress properly. On account of the White Man's Burden philosophy, numerous technologies were brought to Africa and Asia with the explicit purpose of teaching the indigenous people how to use such devices (and therefore modernize them). Labor and Military Augmentation: The colonies, especially in Asia, had very high populations relative to European countries. This allowed them to add large numbers to their labor force and to create new military divisions from this large population. Appearance of Power: European Leaders ascribed power and dominance to those countries who were able to amass a large number of colonies, especially if they were in coveted or strategic locations. It is worth noting that Europeans sowed discord between many different ethnic groups which had previous co-existed without problems or with minimal problems in order to more effectively govern. However, as the impetus for this was effective governance (as opposed to seeding discord) it is not a reason why Europeans were interested in controlling those territories. The following reasons detail the reasons for European conquests specifically in the Islamic lands in Asia and Africa: Proximity: Islamic Lands were typically closer to Europe than non-Islamic Lands. Spain was interested in Morocco and France was interested in Algeria for exactly these reasons. The Middle East had heavy interaction with Europe prior to colonization relative to Central Africa or Southeast Asia and therefore, more Europeans were aware of the societies and places there. "Barbarism": This is sort of the corollary to the Christian Evangelism and the White Man's Burden. Muslims were seen as barbaric, backwards, and outmoded. They were seen to be ruling in unconscionable ways according to ridiculous principles. This "barbarity" needed to be set aright and fixed for the benefit of those people.
Indonesia with over 200 million Muslims