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Historically, Islam is no stranger to Austria, indeed, in 1908 the country had annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina, representative of an important Muslim community.

In addition, Austria was the first European country to officially recognize the presence of the Muslim community on its soil by a law dated July 15, 1912.

Then, around the 1960s, the country experienced large waves of immigration, especially from Turkey and the Balkan countries, most exogenous were refugees from the former Yugoslavia, representing countries with previous relations with Austria. There are also immigrants from Arab countries and Pakistan.

The number of Austrian Muslim faithful is estimated at 6% of the population, that is to say between 500,000 and 600,000 individuals, making Islam the second religion of the country after Catholicism.

Austria pays great attention to its Muslim community, among other things it promotes Muslims' involvement in community life by encouraging the creation of organizations and associations.

In addition, children can attend Islamic education courses in public schools, courses for which teachers are paid by the state. Moreover, there are dedicated cemeteries for Muslims.