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For example, in Russia, Muslims who pray several times a day are 41 percentage points more likely than those who pray less often to believe Islam is the one true path to eternal salvation.

Significant gaps on this question between those who pray several times a day and those who pray less often also are found in Kosovo ( 34 percentage points), Albania ( 28) and Bosnia-Herzegovina ( 27).

Overwhelming majorities of Muslims say that Islam is the only religion that leads to eternal life in heaven in most countries surveyed in the Middle East and North Africa, including Egypt (96%), Jordan (96%), Iraq (95%), Morocco (94%) and the Palestinian territories (89%).

Somewhat smaller majorities take this view in Lebanon (66%) and Tunisia (72%).

Roughly half or more in Kazakhstan (77%), Albania (72%), Bosnia-Herzegovina (59%), Kosovo (55%), Russia (51%), Kyrgyzstan (50%) and Turkey (48%) do not believe Muslims have a duty to proselytize.

Opinion is divided in Azerbaijan (42% say it is a religious obligation, 36% disagree).

Muslims around the world agree that Islam is the one true faith that leads to salvation.

Many Muslims also say it is their religious duty to convert others to Islam.In the majority of countries where the question was asked, Muslims who pray several times a day are more likely than those who pray less often to believe that Islam is the one true faith leading to eternal life.Differences by frequency of prayer consistently are large across the countries surveyed in Southern and Eastern Europe.Few Muslims see conflict between religious groups as a very big national problem.In fact, most consider unemployment, crime and corruption as bigger national problems than religious conflict.Asked specifically about Christian-Muslim hostilities, few Muslims say hostilities are widespread.

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