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    People Are Tweeting Hilarious Made-Up Muslim Facts With #1in5Muslims

    "#1in5Muslims think Ross and Rachel were on a break."

    The Sun has recently faced criticism for claiming that 1 in 5 British Muslims have voiced β€œsympathy for jihadis” fighting in Syria. You can jump over here to see all the reasons why that claim has been called misleading.

    SUN FRONT PAGE: '1 in 5 Brit Muslims' sympathy for jihadis' #skypapers

    OR: You could just dismiss that statistic as obviously ridiculous and enjoy all the πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ #1in5Muslims trolling from Twitter instead.

    #1in5Muslims have forcefully converted their cat to islam

    #1in5Muslims quickly became a trending topic. There were tweets about pop culture:

    #1in5muslims think Ross and Rachel were on a break


    #1in5Muslims thought this was white and gold. #throwback

    #1in5Muslims think Netflix and chill means Netflix and chill.


    #1in5muslims look like Zayn Malik, according to their mums.


    #1in5Muslims are related to the other 4

    Weird questions:

    #1in5Muslims get asked if they shower with their hijab on.


    #1in5muslims wonders what bacon tastes like.

    There was a whole lot of realness, too:

    #1in5Muslims named Mohamed just changed their name to Mo so they wouldn't lose business clients.

    #1in5muslims get through airport security without getting randomly selected for a search.

    #1in5Muslims use 'Inshallah' to politely avoid committing to any plan. (And it works.) "Wanna get coffee sometime?" "Sure, yeah, inshallah."

    And there it is:

    #1in5Muslims are your favorite soccer player

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