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A majority of Muslims in the South Asian countries surveyed also say trying to convert others to Islam is a religious duty.
This sense is nearly universal in Afghanistan, where 96% of Muslims believe proselytizing is a duty of their faith.
Similarly, in all but one country surveyed in Central Asia, at least six-in-ten Muslims say that Islam is the only path to eternal life.
Somewhat fewer take this view in Cameroon (57%), Guinea Bissau (54%), Chad (50%) and Mozambique (49%).
In most countries surveyed, at least half of Muslims believe it is their religious duty to try to convert others to the Islamic faith.
Only in Indonesia and some countries in Central Asia and Southern and Eastern Europe do a clear majority say Muslims are notobliged to proselytize.
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%).