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Still Muslims have a higher fertility rate than the Jews

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Submitted by Respect (Canada), Jun 13, 2013 at 20:08

here is an answer for you, despite the drop among the Muslims they still have a higher birth rate than the jews

Meanwhile, CBS's new data also show that the birth rate of Israel's Muslim citizens, which has been on a similar rapid and long-term increase, dropped between 2005 and 2010, to 3.5 children per family, down from 4.6.

Experts say that the drop is significant from a cultural standpoint, though it does not change the basic assertion of most demographers that the Jewish majority of territory under Israeli control — namely Israel and the West Bank — is in jeopardy if a Palestinian state is not created. This is because despite the drop in Israeli Arab fertility, it is still higher than overall Jewish fertility, as is Palestinian fertility.

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