A recent study suggested that many European countries may become Muslim majority within the next 200 years, as a result of the rise in the Muslim birth rate and the increase in refugee migration, but that depends on the ability of Muslims to coexist and integrate into their European societies and achieve lasting stability.
Muslims in India suffer from their educational conditions. Despite being the largest religious minority in the country, Muslim families face difficult circumstances that deprive their children from education, negatively affecting their human development status.
The Federal Ministry of the Interior in Germany revealed the number of hate crimes against Muslims during the second quarter of 2020, which reached 188 crimes caused by Islamophobia. None of the perpetrators have been arrested despite investigations of suspects.
The Kingdom of Morocco has succeeded in becoming one of the pioneering countries in spreading and promoting coexistence, respect for religions and interfaith dialogue. It became an example to follow, which drove European and African countries to study its experience.
Hundreds of years before the world devoted September 29 to raising awareness about the dangers of food loss and waste, the Prophet (PBUH) warned about the necessity of saving food and not wasting it because it poses a risk to societies and increases its gap.
A recent experiment by the Washington Post measures how public school principals in the US respond to families based on their religious affiliation. The results showed that discrimination against Muslims is widespread and systematic in US schools.
In recent years, an increase in violence in schools of Chad, Africa, occurred due to the spread of extremism among students. It necessitated efforts to combat this phenomenon, including the "Peace is Priceless" campaign that targeted Muslim and Christian schools.
The Spanish region of Catalonia decided to embark on an experimental plan to teach the Islamic religion in public schools in preparation for generalizing the experience at all stages of education later and in recognition of the right of Muslim students to obtain religious education.
Literature and culture can play a pivotal role in combating extremism. A study by the University of Cambridge on terrorism and Islamophobia analyzed the books for young adults published in Britain after the attacks of September 11, 2001 until now.