U.S. Muslim Population to Triple by 2050 and What it Means for America

Article author: 
Daniel Horowitz
Article publisher: 
Conservative Review
Article date: 
4 April 2015
Article category: 
Our American Future
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Last month, CR published a series of articles spotlighting the surge in Muslim immigration to America and noted that, if a stronger vetting process is not instated for immigrants from countries with a large concentrations of fundamentalist Muslims, America could easily head down the dangerous path to balkanization that is now plaguing parts of Europe. 

By 2040, there will be more Muslims in the U.S. than Jews. 

As Europe is unfortunately finding out, there is nothing tolerant and pluralistic about admitting radical Muslims who are driven by a hatred of people outside of their religion. In some countries, like France, Jews are now being forced to flee.   

Today, Pew published their biannual projection on world population of major religions, and their findings only reinforce the concerns about letting in more radical Muslims.  Europe will continue to grow its Muslim population, primarily due to fertility rates, according to the Pew projections.  By 2050, 10% of all of Europe’s population will be Muslim, with countries like Sweden and England expected to have an even larger share of Muslims. 

In the U.S., the Muslim population is expected to triple by 2050 – from 2.77 million to 8.1 million. It is expected to double in just 15 years. 

By 2040, there will be more Muslims in the U.S. than Jews. As Pew notes, this is partially due to fertility rates but is primarily based on projections of massive Muslim immigration, which as noted before, is already hovering around 100,000 per year...



Video: John Guandolo discusses the threat that Islam poses to Homeland Security in the United States. Presented at the Social Contract Writers' Workshop, September 29, 2013.

Video: muslim demographics. European countries have reduced their fertility to environmentally sustainable levels, as had native-born American women by 1972. Yet muslim immigration and high fertility of those immigrants are driving unsustainability, cultural conflict, and conquest via demographics.