[Ed. – History here, not just ponderous demographic projection based on complacent Western assumptions.]
Some muddled thinking is evident among those who think rapid Islamification of a nation cannot occur. They perhaps look at graphs of exponential growth of the Muslim percentage in the general population and think the rate surely must slow down and stop, either before a Muslim majority is reached or at least well before 100%.
Not so. …
Between 1960 and 1978, the percentage of Muslims within the total population for North Cyprus increased from 18% to >98%, with most of the increase taking place between 1973 (32%) and 1978 (>98%).
In Turkey, the Muslim proportion of the general population increased from 80% to >97% between 1914 and 1927.
From 1941 to 1951, the percentage of Muslims in Pakistan increased from 79% to >97%.
In Mali, the Muslim proportion went from just 30% in 1910 to 93% in 1987.
Over a half-century between 1910 and 1960, Niger’s Muslim proportion increased from 56% to 99%. …
Sierra Leone transitioned from 35% Muslim in 1963 to 60% by 1980 and 77% by 2004.