Category:Muslims (ethnic group)

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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) etnik grup (tr); Ethnie (de); Ethnic group in former Yugoslavia (en); etnische groep (nl); término utilizado en la República Federal Socialista de Yugoslavia para describir a los pueblos eslavos que practican el Islam (es); 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)
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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)"

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