In recent years, the Muslim population in England and Wales has grown significantly.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) census, which was published on Tuesday, November 29, acted as its foundation.
The census, which was held on March 21, 2021, shows that the Muslim population in England and Wales has increased by 44% in a decade, comprising 3.9 million people, or 6.5% of the country's population.
It has improved from the 2.7 million Muslims who called England and Wales home in 2011, which became 4.9% of the overall population.
According to the statistics, if the Muslim populations in Scotland and Northern Ireland are also considered, approximately about four million Muslims are living in the UK.