I'm currently living in Australia as it is generally a great place. Not much religious discrimination, very diverse community, I can freely go to a mosque and pray and such.
I also am studying at Melbourne high school, a great place with a friendly community and highly intellectual students. I came here with my parents when I was only 6 (I became 14 a month and a half ago) for e.g. giving me a better education and letting me grow up in a safe environment.
I originally Uighur, from China, and there is ongoing persecution in China, partly due to the infamous Daesh, and also radicalism around the world including a few Uighur individuals.
We still go back once per a year for a month or two to visit our relatives and such. My mother wants to go back to live with them and my grandparents, but she values my education and environment so she isn't.
I will most likely spend my life here and I don't exactly dislike it as it is very safe and open for me and the other Muslims who are here. However, I recently read that a person shouldn't live between non Muslims for his life, which I find pretty worrying.
Question: Is it wrong for me to want to live in Australia, despite Muslims being in the minority?
I have a friends here who are Christians, but they respect my religion and don't try to convert me or anything. I just want to be able live in a peaceful place where I can freely practice my religion and not be oppressed or be in constant danger, and Australia fits this description very well.