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Description العربية: الإسلام حسب الدولة
Deutsch: Richtungen des Islam nach Staaten
English: Islam by country
Español: El Islam por país
Türkçe: İslam Ülkeleri
   Sunni Mezhebi
   Şii Mezhebi
   İbadi Mezhebi
Date 11 April 2006
Source Own work, Data from CIA World Factbook, ca. 2005
Author Baba66, NNW ( talk)
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