Have you read any of the recent restrictions in Turkey on teaching evolution? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40384471
I grew up in Niger (the son of missionaries) and while there was not much education there, the typical approach is very much that Islam is very scientific (Bucaille was a French physician who argued that the Qur’an was concordant with evolution; one of my medical education texts in the US tried to argue in a foreword by Keith Moore’s partner that Muhammad miraculously predicted that the zygote/early embryo was like a drop (“nutfa”). It’s not only here. I’m not aware of anyone arguing in Asia that the world was actually created on a back of a turtle, though.
It just shows that we all struggle with changing a paradigm, I guess. I still struggle a great deal.