People are still struggling to identify where their country belongs in the world.
For example, some people may think they are British or French or German, but when they go to the airport to board a plane or take a train, they will be greeted by a poster reading “Boris Johnson is a Muslim.”
The same is true of a map of countries with Muslim populations, where the red countries are Muslim countries, and the blue countries are non-Muslim countries.
If a country’s flag is the same color as its population, that country’s population is Muslim.
But if the flag is different colors than the population, it is non-Islamic.
That makes it an anomaly and a challenge for the world to understand.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.