There are millions of people who claim to be Muslims from around the world.
But what does it mean to be a Muslim?
A number of scholars, including sociologist Amy Barret, have made arguments that there is a wide range of Muslims in the world, ranging from those who are very religious to those who believe in many other religions.
Barret and others argue that Muslims who don’t subscribe to any one religion are also Muslims who are not Muslim.
The vast majority of Muslims are Muslim.
It is true that a minority of Muslims live in the West, and many Muslims in America, for instance, are observant Muslims.
Barreret’s research has been a key factor in shaping the thinking of many American Muslims.
She says that the overwhelming majority of Muslim Americans do not subscribe to the traditional Muslim beliefs and practice.
But that doesn’t mean Muslims are not Muslims.
They are not.
They simply have different ways of understanding the religion.
Barret has found that the vast majority Muslims are very comfortable being called Muslim and that they see themselves as belonging to a unique group of people.
In some ways, Barret says, the term Muslim has become a label that is increasingly used by Muslims in their lives.
Muslims are now used to being in the limelight.
They have an identity that they are proud of, and they have the ability to tell their own story, and not just to be part of something that’s a part of the mainstream.
“I think Muslims have become a little bit more comfortable in this, in a sense, having a certain type of identity that’s different from the mainstream,” Barret said.
Barres point comes from her work as a professor of sociology at Boston College, which is the largest university in the U.S. and home to the nation’s largest Muslim population.
She has written books on the origins of Islam and Muslim identity.
She argues that Muslim Americans are not all Muslim.
“The Muslim identity is not the same as that of other Muslims,” Barreres said.
“It’s not the Arab identity or the Indian or any other kind of identity.
There’s a certain sort of sense of belonging to this community.”
She points to several instances where Muslims have been targeted in recent years for being Muslims who do not adhere to certain religious rules.
One example is when the Islamic Center of Chicago, which provides shelter for Muslims in need, was shut down by the mayor.
Barrez says that there are a number of reasons for Muslims being less accepting of Muslims.
Many Muslims who have been harassed or abused in the past have become less religious, she says.
But there are other reasons as well.
One of them is that Muslims are becoming more visible.
Barret believes that many Muslims are beginning to see themselves more as American citizens, even though many of them have not officially renounced their citizenship.
Barrets findings, like the findings of many scholars, show that Muslims and non-Muslims are diverse and often have a range of beliefs.
It’s also important to remember that the people who live in Muslim communities are often very connected to each other.
Barrett says that Muslims tend to have strong religious identities.
They identify with a particular religion and they often feel close to it.
They often believe in certain values and practices that are consistent with their religion.
Barrette says that she does not think that Muslims will be more accepting of other Americans, or that they will necessarily be more tolerant.
Still, she believes that Muslims have an important role to play in shaping American society.
“Muslim Americans can have a role to have a voice, and to have an influence in American society, in the United State,” Barrette said.
“There’s an opportunity here for us to make a positive contribution in American history.”
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