In the burial ceremonies followed by the aborigines of Australia, "Mimpi Walitha" is a term that the inhabitants use to refer to the divine self. It is one of the manifestations of Islamic influence prevalent in the indigenous culture of Australia today.
Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina held a festival, that lasted for days, marking the 510th anniversary of the spread of Islam in the 15th century. Thousands, including hundreds of people on horseback and many religious figures, participated in these celebrations.
Official statistics report that Muslims constitute approximately 5% of the population of Europe today, but this number is expected to increase significantly in the next thirty years. The European countries, Kosovo and Albania, will include the most Muslims.