Well, first, are there 1.8 billion people who call themselves “Muslim?” No. Why, then, do we hear it stated with certainty that there are 1.8 billion Muslims? Every country reports its numbers. Muslim countries count anyone who lives in their borders as Muslim, including Christians, Jews, Buddhists, atheists, etc., etc. The actual number of Muslims is:
Less than 1 billion (989,333,061).
However, let us say for the sake of argument that there are 1.8 billion Muslims. Well, the Muslim’s religion, Islam, is not a freely chosen religion. It is an enforced religion.
34,000+ detail-level surveys have been taken globally by the United Nations and various other organizations over the past ten years. We, ourselves, have surveyed every nation on earth at least 3 times. All the numbers add up to the following facts:
1. 60% of all Muslims are forced conversion Muslims; that is, they have converted to Islam under threat of economic deprivation or worse, including torture and death.
2. 90% of forced conversion Muslims admit in anonymous surveys in 90% of Muslim countries that they would leave Islam if they could do so safely.
The main conclusions to be drawn from these facts are that:
There would be no more than 828 million Muslims who really believe in the religion and, based on common international estimates and confirmed by our own extensive research, of these only 3.2 million would be “ready to die for Allah.”
Now, let us say for the sake of argument that there are 1.8 billion Muslims “ready to die for Allah.” Well, the world’s population is 7.2 billion. That would mean that:
For every Muslim ready to die for Allah there would be 3 non-Muslims not ready to die for Allah.
To put it another way:
The 1.8 billion Muslims would face an army of 5.4 billion non-Muslims, who would not take it kindly if the Muslims tried to torture or kill them.