Australia’s Muslim population has exploded in recent years, and is now the country’s second-largest ethnic group after Chinese.
And it’s not just Muslims who are coming into the country: they’re also coming from all over the world.
In the United States, the numbers are even higher.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is single Muslim immigration?
As of January 2018, there were about 2.3 million Muslims in Australia.
That’s roughly the same as there were in the U.S. during that same period, according to Pew Research Center.
But the vast majority of the growth has come from Middle Eastern immigrants.
About half of all single Muslim arrivals to Australia are from the Middle East, according the Migration Policy Institute.
This has become especially true in recent decades, as Australia’s population has increased significantly.
Most of the new Muslim arrivals are from Jordan, with about two-thirds of them coming from there in 2016, according Tokeh Nabi, an Australian immigration policy expert at the Australian National University.
According to Pew, the country has seen an increase of about 3 million Muslims over the past 20 years.
This isn’t just a Muslim influx, either.
The numbers of non-Muslims in Australia have also grown.
In 2015, Pew found that about 17 percent of the population was Muslim.
This figure is projected to grow to 22 percent by 2050.
Australia has also seen a dramatic increase in the number of refugees fleeing conflict and poverty in Syria and Iraq.
Since 2015, about 60,000 refugees have arrived in Australia, according data from the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
In 2016, about 14,000 people fled the conflict in Syria alone.
In addition, the United Nations refugee agency said last year that Australia had the highest number of refugee arrivals of any country in the world, with almost half of those arriving in the last two years alone.
The trend has continued throughout the refugee crisis.
According the UNHCR, more than 1.5 million refugees are currently living in Australia as of August 2018.
The number of Syrian refugees has also doubled over the last five years.
How many people are Muslims in Sydney?
According to figures from the United Nation’s Refugee Agency, there are around 3.3 billion Muslims worldwide.
The largest group of Muslims in the United Kingdom is the Muslim community, with around 5 percent of that country’s population of 2.6 million Muslims.
The United States has the largest Muslim population with about 1.3 percent of its population, according Pew.
About 70 percent of Australia’s Muslims live in the metropolitan areas.
Sydney is one of the most densely populated urban areas in Australia with more than 15 million people.
The city’s population grew by about 1 percent in 2016.
In terms of Muslims, the city has the second-highest Muslim population in Australia after Melbourne, which has around 3 million people and Melbourne is the second most populated city in Australia behind Sydney.
What are the benefits of Muslims living in Sydney’s suburbs?
Sydney has become a magnet for Muslims.
In 2010, Pew Research found that around two-fifths of the city’s Muslim residents live in its inner suburbs.
These are areas of Sydney where Muslims congregate, and where they can feel more secure.
Muslims are able to feel more confident because there are fewer restrictions in these areas, says Nabi.
They also have more social support.
According Tokew Nabi: “When you have more Muslims living there, you have less fear of violence or discrimination.”
It’s also possible that Muslim immigrants will contribute to the local economy, which helps attract more people to the city.
A recent report from the Melbourne University’s Centre for Global Cities estimated that there were 1,400 jobs created by Muslims in 2016 and another 5,000 in 2020.
This is a large number, and one that is expected to grow.
What’s the problem with single Muslim asylum seekers in Australia?
Australia’s government has made a lot of efforts to reduce the influx of refugees into the nation.
In 2017, the government agreed to take in around 50,000 Syrian refugees, with the goal of reducing the number to about 30,000 by 2020.
But many of the migrants are being turned away, because they don’t meet the criteria for refugee status.
According a report from Refugee Watch Australia, the process of determining if a refugee is refugee can take as long as a year.
The majority of refugees are either fleeing violence or persecution in their home countries, and therefore, are not entitled to refugee status, according Refugee Watch.
This means that many of them are stuck in limbo.
According The Conversation, there have been more than 2,300 people who have applied for refugee protection in Australia since August 2017, according a recent report by the Migration Observatory.
Many of these people are women and children who have been forced into prostitution or forced into forced marriages.
According Refugee Watch, women and girls are particularly vulnerable to exploitation and violence,