KARACHI - As Eid celebrations dawn and Ramazan draws to a close the world over, the majority of Muslims living and working overseas wish for peace and happiness, followed by health and family belonging, over desire for wealth and success, the second phase of a newly-released Western Union-sponsored study has found, says a press release.

Specifically, nearly half of the Muslims living and working overseas said that they valued peace and happiness (48%), followed by health (17%), family belonging (14%) and wealth and success (9%).

The study has also revealed that global Muslims, who have resided for a shorter period of time (five years or less) in their host countries, tend to place more importance on wealth and success, than those who have stayed overseas for an extended period.