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Muslim Piety In Southeast Asia Mirrors Increased Religious Traditionalism In The Middle East

Muslim Piety In Southeast Asia Mirrors Increased Religious Traditionalism In The Middle East

Update: 2022-09-28
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In a mirror image of recent polling in the Middle East, a just-published survey of Muslims in Southeast Asia suggests Islam’s central role in people’s daily lives and choices.

Political and business leaders in Southeast Asia, home to 276.5 million Muslims who account for 40 per cent of the region's population, are likely to take note of the Southeast Asian survey as well as the recent polling in the Middle East amid perceptions of greater religious conservatism in their countries that are not only aligned with trends in other parts of the Muslim world but also in major non-Muslim faith groups across the globe.
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Muslim Piety In Southeast Asia Mirrors Increased Religious Traditionalism In The Middle East

Muslim Piety In Southeast Asia Mirrors Increased Religious Traditionalism In The Middle East

James M. Dorsey