A new study from the Pew Research Center found that Muslim-majority countries have become more tolerant towards homosexuality and the transgender community in recent years, while a majority of Muslims say they are not against Islam’s teaching of the Prophet Muhammad.
While most Muslim-Americans support LGBT rights, the vast majority of the population believes that Muslims should keep their religion private, according to Pew.
The report, “Muslims: The Making of a Global Community,” analyzed the attitudes of more than 100,000 Muslims from around the world.
In their results, the Pew researchers found that more than 80 percent of Muslim-American respondents are in favor of LGBT rights.
The survey found that a majority (56 percent) of Muslims also support the freedom of expression of the LGBT community.
However, there was some notable differences between groups in terms of their attitudes towards homosexuality.
For example, only 23 percent of Muslims in the U.S. support gay marriage, while 65 percent in Pakistan support it.
In Bangladesh, the number of Muslims who support same-sex marriage is much higher at 82 percent.
The survey also found that only 32 percent of American Muslims support the use of Islamic courts to settle disputes between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Only 39 percent of Americans in general supported that type of action.
While Muslims are a relatively new community, they have been in the spotlight since the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, who often spoke out against Islam.
The United States is home to some of the world’s largest Muslim populations, including in cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York.
In 2018, the United Nations voted to officially recognize the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as a terrorist group.
The U.K. and France also formally declared ISIS a terrorist organization.
The Pew study found that over the last year, Muslims have been more vocal about their support for ISIS.
The Pew Research Centre surveyed 1,005 Muslims between October 2018 and January 2019.
It also included 1,065 Muslims from other Muslim countries.