Considering that amount of hate that occurs between Muslims and Non-Muslims outside the US, I think it's important to note that, in the youth demographics, the Muslims now out-dominate Non-Muslims by a large margin due to their high birth rate, essentially leaving Non-Muslim Indian groups as a weaker communities. I've personally come across more racism from Muslims that any other community in the world - including the far-right that prefer to use the Non-Muslim Indian community to against Muslims. I don't even think the concept of "South Asian" should exist at all!
Even-though we're young and underage, we still get treated as if we're bad and even criminal simply because we dislike all the racism surrounding Muslims. We socioeconomically wildly apart too, living in very different areas.
What are you talking about? I'm from the South Asian region, I don't see the point you're trying to make at all. Non-muslim population is much much higher than the muslims.
The difference is that they standout alot more and most muslim communities try to stick together, so there's a larger number of people in a particular area.
You could take an average batch of students from a school in South Asia, you'd only find 10~11 muslims out of 120 students or so.
I have a number of muslim friends as well but the number of non-muslim friends I have far outnumber them.
It's hysterical viewpoints like this that attract animosity towards muslim communities. Saying such a thing without proper research is a blasphemy honestly. It's the media that's promoting all the poison, people have no other choice than to foolishly accept what they see. Prove to the world through action what you can't through words. Whether you're the son of a criminal or a hero, you'll be treated the same in the ruthless modern society. No one would want someone else to succeed nowadays.
Stay far away from those who do ill, mock and degrade you. There's a plenty of mature people out there.
No Muslims can be any race. There are many white converts myself included. One of the important figures in Islam, Bilal was a black man. Islam has no racism. Individual Muslims, probably can be racists but so can individuals from any background. I've personally seen plenty of Indian (Sikhs) being extremely racist towards black people does that mean every Sikh is racist? No of course not. As for the birth rate myth it's utter nonsense stirred up by far right groups.