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|Islam by country|
About 15.6% of Singapore's residents are Muslims, according to the most recent 2020 census. Islam is the third largest religion in the country, after Buddhism and Christianity. Over four-fifths of Singaporean Muslims are ethnic Malays, while 13 percent are Indian; the remaining proportion include local Chinese, Eurasian, and Arab communities, as well as foreign migrants. The majority of Muslims in Singapore are traditionally Sunni Muslims who follow the Shafi‘i or the Hanafi school of thought.