POLITICAL ETHNICITY AND MUSLIMS AROUND THE WORLD A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Political ethnicity has remained a core analytical aspect for individuals, politicians, and scholars regarding their substantial roles in society, economy, politics, and religion. Under some extensive measures, the study of ethnic politics is not as new as it seems. Eventually, the politics revolving around the state arena started from the advent of the imperial rules of empires vesting towards the voyage of obtaining substantial interest and economic gain, which surprisingly oriented the turmoil of class differences and other racial and religious conflicts over the decades. Furthermore, the concept of ethnic politics has often changed its dimensional paths with the unification of revolutionary, ethnic groups, which conjugates into never-ending movements with incessant consequences. Wherever ethnic politics tend to exist, world politics' climax drifts apart because a humanitarian approach does not just infer superficial societal changes. There is a common assumption, and the West's misconception is effective than the East, and Muslims are not much advanced as they often exhibit incapacity. Unlike other ideologies and civilizations, Islam, from its very start, acknowledged the sociopolitical rights and obligations of people. The view of Islam for individuals is the total submission to Allah's need, not subjugation to people's will. The study focusses on the issues of Muslim political ethnicities around the world in the sociological point of view.