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Migrations from which former colony created a large muslim minority in france during the late 20th century?

Asked by GotJinks (29points) May 4th, 2008

Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Indonesia, Algeria

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jrpowell's avatar

I am going to assume that this is a multiple choice question on your homework. The most likely answer is Egypt. I can’t give you a definitive answer without reading your notes/textbook. Maybe you could try doing that.

Seesul's avatar

so what class is this a homework question for?

Michael's avatar

Darn, i actually know this one, but i’m not keen on doing your homework for you. Google works though.

peedub's avatar

Think The Stranger [Camus].

scamp's avatar

Here Is your answer.

srmorgan's avatar

Find the former colonies of France on an old map and figure out where the Muslim communities might have come from.

SRM

Jbor's avatar

The answer is definately Algeria, which is a former french colony.

Megan64's avatar

My money’s on Algeria for the win.

Mulot's avatar

Between Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Indonesia and Algeria, most of muslim minority came from Algeria, Maroco or Tunisia. Syrian, Pakistan and Indonesian people are not really numerous in France.

DS's avatar

Algeria followed by Maroc and Tunisia

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