What are the religions of Iraq?
Although Iraq is an overwhelmingly Muslim country, it is both religiously and ethnically diverse. More than 95 percent of the population is Muslim, but this total is divided between Shiites who constitute about 55-60 percent and Sunnis who represent 35-40 percent.
What are the 7 religions of India?
Religion in India
- Hinduism (79.8%)
- Islam (14.2%)
- Christianity (2.3%)
- Sikhism (1.7%)
- Buddhism (0.7%)
- Tribal (incl. Sarnaism, Bon, animism, Kirat Mundhum, Donyi-Polo) (0.5%)
- Jainism (0.4%)
- Irreligion (0.25%)
Are there any Hindu temples in Iraq?
Temples. Hindu temples once located in Ma’bad al Banyan and Bayt al Pir, no longer exist. The only active Hindu temples today are the Shiva temple complex in Muscat (locally known as Motishwar Mandir), and the Krishna temple located in Darsait.
What is the main religion in Iraq?
Islam is the principle religion in Iraq, and has a following constituting 97% of the national population. Christianity and other religions consist of only 3% of the people. Islam exists in two sects; Sunni and Shia. Many cities in Iraq are of religious importance to the Sunni and Shiite Muslims.
How many religions are there in India?
India has a population of 1.3 billion people and a huge amount of diversity in which there are 7 major different religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. According to the census, about 80% of the population of India is Hindu, while 14% are Muslim, 2.3% are Christians, 1.7% are Sikh, and 0.7% are Buddhist.
What is the percentage of Christians in Iraq?
Factbook > Countries > Iraq > Demographics. Religions: Muslim (official) 95-98% (Shia 64-69%, Sunni 29-34%), Christian 1% (includes Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Assyrian Church of the East), other 1-4%.
How many Muslims are there in Iraq?
Iraq’s Muslims follow two distinct traditions, Shia and Sunni Islam. According to CIA World Factbook, Iraq is approximately 95% to 98% Muslim. Iraq is home to many religious sites important for both Shia and Sunni Muslims. A 2003 CIA Factbook map which shows the distrubution of ethnoreligious groups in Iraq.