STUDY SHOWS THAT MUSLIMS WILL CONQUER THE WORLD BY 2050
Posted by sioespain en 25 noviembre, 2010
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) calculations show that the world population is rapidly increasing, having reached 6.9 billion in 2010 and will near 9.15 billion by 2050.
The world of the future will be crowded, impoverished, and Islamic.
The UNFPA data suggests that India’s population rose by 16 million, totaling 1.21 billion, this year and it is expected that the nation’s population will witness an increase of 400 million, reaching 1.61 billion and surpassing China, in 2050.
The sharp rise in India’s population will come from Muslims, who now constitute 14% of the country’s population. Muslim women in India display a much higher Total Fertility Rate (TFR) than Hindus. On average, the number of children born to Indian Muslim women is 4.1, for Indian Hindu women 2.9.
The TFR figures support the calculation that the Islamic population of India will reach 340 million within the next forty years.
The fund speculates that the United States, thanks to Hispanic migrations, will be the world’s third most populous country by 2050, with 403.9 million inhabitants.
Pakistan’s population will reach 335 million by then and will rank fourth in terms of population. Presently, 97% of the Pakistanis are Muslims
Nigeria will be the fifth country followed by Indonesia, with 289.1 and 288.1 million inhabitants, respectively. 70% of Nigerians and 88.2% of Indonesians are Muslims.
Large countries like Japan, Russia, Germany and Italy are expected to witness a population decrease of 25.3, 24.3, 11.6 and 3 million, respectively.
Separately, the UNFPA data suggest that women in Afghanistan have an average of 6.42 children, which is followed by Somalia and Uganda – 6.31 children for the former and 6.16 for the latter.
Hong Kong has the least children per women with a TRF rate of 1.01.
The Last Crusade believes the United Nations report has greatly under-estimated the demographic threat posed by the New Caliphate.
(Source: The Last Crusade)