Why a Muslim-majority country is the best place to be an immigrant: The Muslim world

By Mark BittmanNovember 13, 2017When it comes to the global refugee crisis, the Muslim world is not the only one with an important role to play.

As many as three-quarters of the world’s refugees are Muslim, and nearly a third are Muslim-Christian, according to a recent report from the World Resources Institute.

The United Nations’ refugee agency (UNHCR) estimates that more than 20 million people worldwide are living in extreme poverty, with more than half of them Muslim.

This year alone, UNHCR has documented 1.1 million new cases of severe acute malnutrition and 1.2 million deaths due to diarrhoea and pneumonia.

The UN Refugee Agency’s Refugee Resettlement Programme (RRRP) estimates more than 70 million people have been displaced around the world, including 1.6 million refugees in Africa, 1.4 million in the Middle East and 1 million in Asia.

The report found that Muslims are the most vulnerable group to persecution in the world.

The vast majority of those experiencing persecution in Muslim countries are men, women and children, with Muslims under age 30 being the most affected.

While there is a broad consensus on the refugee crisis that it is primarily a Muslim problem, there are a few specific reasons that can lead to a particular Muslim community being targeted.

One is religious identity.

The Refugee Residence Program (RRP) for Muslims provides grants to Muslim refugees and their families to settle in other countries.

But the RRP is a legal and administrative process.

A person’s religious identity is determined by their religious beliefs, not the person’s political beliefs.

This is the main reason why a lot of Muslim refugees are fleeing Syria or Iraq.

The same applies to Muslim countries such as Jordan and the United Arab Emirates.

The second reason for Muslims being targeted is their social and political status.

For instance, the UN estimates that in 2016, nearly 70 percent of Muslim women in the West were in or near the labor force.

This has a major impact on their economic prospects.

The report says that this could have a profound impact on the ability of Muslims to assimilate and maintain their traditional social roles.

It also points to the impact that Muslim men’s lower social status and lower economic status have on the social and cultural life of Muslim communities.

A third reason is that the religious beliefs and practices of Muslim countries can lead Muslims to become more accepting of other religions.

This in turn, can contribute to increased support for Islam among Muslims.

In many countries, Muslims are still largely viewed as the “other” of a larger group of people.

In the West, this is seen as a problem because it can lead Muslim immigrants to feel isolated and discriminated against.

In some Muslim countries, this isolation is also seen as Islamophobic, such as Saudi Arabia.

As Muslims become more politically involved, their views on political correctness and other social justice issues become more prominent, as well.

This can lead many Muslims to find other ways to express their beliefs, including violence.

The World Resources Project report cites one example of this: “In 2015, several Islamic State-affiliated youth groups attacked members of a minority Christian congregation in Sweden for their views.”

In addition to being persecuted by their own people, many Muslims are targeted because they are perceived as being less liberal or more tolerant.

The International Muslim Forum for Democracy and Human Rights (IMFID) says that in 2017, Muslim countries saw the highest number of hate crimes reported to the UN.

Muslim groups also face increased attacks on their property and personal safety.

As a result, a lot more of their resources are needed to protect them.

The fact that Muslims in some Muslim nations are still not as protected as they could be shows that there is still a lot to be done to make their lives safer.

The Muslim World Foundation, which has a program called the “Muslim Global Crisis Response,” says that there are currently around 500,000 Muslim refugees in the Muslim-dominated world.

This number is growing rapidly and will continue to grow.

The group is working to find ways to help more Muslims find and integrate into mainstream societies.

The World Resources Report also notes that there have been some notable successes for Muslims, such in terms of reducing poverty and violence, in the region.

For example, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has rated Morocco as the world leader in reducing poverty among Muslim countries.

The Global Crisis Project also points out that there has been some progress in tackling religious intolerance, especially in Muslim-controlled countries.

However, this progress has been hampered by the fact that governments are reluctant to help out.

As such, the report notes that this needs to change.

The bottom line is that, as the Muslim population grows, Muslim-led governments and institutions will be the most effective partners to address the root causes of the refugee situation.

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