Category:Muslims (ethnic group)

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ethnic group in former Yugoslavia
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musulmanes (es); Musulman (nazionalitatea) (eu); Славяне-мусульмане (ru); Slawische Muslime (de); Muslimanët (sq); Муслимани (sr-ec); Мюсюлмани (bg); Müslümanlar (etnik grup) (tr); مسلم (ur); Мусульмани (народ) (uk); Muslimit (fi); Muslimano (eo); Муслимани по националност (mk); Muslimani (bs); Slavi musulmani (it); Musulmans (fr); Muslimani (hr); Muçulmanos (pt); Муслимани (sr); Moslim (nationaliteit) (nl); ムスリム人 (ja); Muslim (id); Muzułmanie z narodowości (pl); Musulmani (naționalitate) (ro); Muslimani (sh); Muslimani (sr-el); Musulmans (ca); 穆斯林 (zh); Etniniai musulmonai (lt); Muslims (en); مسلمون (ar); Μουσουλμάνοι (εθνότητα) (el); 무슬리마니 (ko) término utilizado en la República Federal Socialista de Yugoslavia para describir a los pueblos eslavos que practican el Islam (es); Ethnie (de); ethnic group in former Yugoslavia (en); etnische groep (nl); етничка група у бившој Југославији (sr) Славянские мусульмане, Мусульмане, Славяне-мусульмане Косова и Метохии (ru); モスレム人 (ja); Muslimische Slawen, Slawische Moslems, Islamische Slawen, Moslemische Slawen (de); Муслимани по националности, Босански Муслимани, Муслимани (националност) (sr); Musulmanes de nacionalidad, musulmanes eslavos (es); Muslimanai (lt)
English: Muslims or Muslimans as a designation for a particular ethnic group, refers to one of six officially recognized constituent peoples in the former Yugoslavia.

Media in category "Muslims (ethnic group)"

The following 21 files are in this category, out of 21 total.