How to be an atheist in India


Muslims are becoming increasingly secular in India as their numbers grow.

A study by the Pew Research Center in October found that in India, Muslims now make up about 5 percent of the population, up from less than 1 percent in 2009.

A majority of them, 51 percent, say they believe in God, up five percentage points from a decade ago.

They are also more likely to believe in a literal interpretation of the Quran and to have less faith in the concept of God.

India has a growing Muslim population, which was almost 4 million at the end of 2015, according to the latest census data.

The number of Muslims in India grew by 10.5 percent between 2015 and 2019.

They comprise 7 percent of India’s population, but about one-third of India is Muslim.

India is now home to more Muslims than any other nation in the world.

The country is home to 1.3 billion Muslims, more than any of the countries in Asia and Africa combined.

India’s Muslim population has increased in recent years, driven largely by the increasing presence of young Muslims, who make up around 35 percent of Pakistan’s population.

But the majority of Pakistanis are Sunni Muslims, which means they adhere to Sunni Islam.

In India, some Muslims are taking to social media to spread the word that Islam is a faith that is not a religion.

The hashtag #Muslims4All began trending on Twitter in September and has since been used over 1,000 times.

India may be a secular country, but Muslims have become more outspoken and are being vocal in their opposition to what they see as an increasingly intolerant Indian state.

In August, a Muslim woman was killed by a Hindu mob outside a mosque in Uttar Pradesh, the state in which she lived.

India, which has more than 90 million Muslims, is home for over one-fifth of all Muslims in the World.

They account for around one-quarter of the country’s population and nearly 40 percent of its non-Muslim population.

The Hindu-Muslim divide in India has been the subject of a number of social media campaigns by groups such as the Islamic Society of India and the Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUI-P), which seeks to spread a message of non-violence.

The JUI-F is the most prominent of the groups that have launched campaigns to fight intolerance in India.

The group is led by a Muslim, Maulana Masihuddin Khan.

In the past, Maulan Khan has advocated a “zero-tolerance” approach to violence.

In the run up to the elections in 2019, Maulam Khan has taken to Twitter to promote the “zero tolerance” message.

He has called for India to end the divisive caste system, saying that the government should take a “hands off” approach towards Hindus.

Maulan Khan’s tweets have not gone unnoticed by the Hindu-majority Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is fighting to form a majority in Parliament.

In May, a video of Maulana Khan was shared on social media that sparked protests by the BJP.

He also recently tweeted that Hindus were “stupid” for their opposition and said that Hindus would “never be in power”.