Muslims in Wales and England practise and pass on their faith at much higher rates than any other religion, a Cardiff University study says.
Researchers found 77% of adult Muslims actively practise the faith they were brought up in, compared with 29% of Christians and 65% of other religions.
They also found 98% of Muslim children surveyed said they had the religion their parents were brought up in.
They said the research suggested religion helps minority communities.
The research found 62% of Christian children surveyed had the same religion of their parents, compared with 98% of Muslims and 89% of other religions.Continue Reading on www.bbc.co.uk