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  • 1Discrimination based on skin color — Part of a series on Discrimination General forms …

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  • 2Religion in Albania — The majority of Albanians today are either atheists or agnostics. According to the International Religious Freedom Report 2007 [U.S. Department of State International Religious Freedom Report 2007 [http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2007/90160.htm… …

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  • 3Religion in Turkmenistan — Traditionally, the Turkmen of Turkmenistan, like their kin in Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, and Iran are 89% Muslim, 9% Eastern Orthodox, and 2% unknown. [CIA World Factbook] Although the great majority of Turkmen readily identify themselves as… …

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  • 4discrimination — I (bigotry) noun bias, blind zeal, class prejudice, favoritism, illiberality, intolerance, opinionativeness, preference, prejudice, race hatred, race prejudice, racialism, racism, unfairness, want of forbearance associated concepts: blacklist,… …

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  • 5DISCRIMINATION — DISCRIMINATION, distinguishing between people on the basis of the group to which the person belongs rather than individual characteristics. With rare exceptions, contemporary forms of discrimination against Jews were not based upon the type of… …

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  • 6Discrimination — This article focuses on discrimination in sociology, not statistical discrimination. For other uses of the term, see the entry for discrimination at Wiktionary. Part of a series on …

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  • 7Religion in Iran — Most Iranians are Muslims; 90% belong to the Shi a branch of Islam, the official state religion, and about 8% belong to the Sunni branch, mainly Kurds and Iran s Balochi Sunni. The remaining 2% are non Muslim religious minorities, including Bahá… …

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  • 8Religion in Belgium — A 2006 inquiry in Flanders, long considered more religious than the Brussels or Wallonia regions in Belgium, showed 55% of its inhabitants calling themselves religious while 36% claimed believing that God created the world. [Inquiry by Vepec ,… …

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  • 9Religion in Bulgaria — Bulgaria has been a traditionally Christian state since the adoption of Christianity in 865, with the dominant confession being Eastern Orthodoxy of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. During the Ottoman rule of the Balkans Islam established itself in …

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  • 10Religion in Guyana — Christianity and Hinduism are the dominant religions in Guyana. Data from a 2002 census on religious affiliation indicates that approximately 57 percent of the population is Christian: 17 percent Pentecostal, 8 percent Roman Catholic, 7 percent… …

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  • 11Religion in Rwanda — Parish church in Rwamagana, Rwanda The Rwandan government reported on November 1, 2006, that 56.5% of the Rwanda s population is Roman Catholic, 26% is Protestant, 11.1% is Seventh day Adventist, 4.6% is Muslim, 1.7% claims no religious… …

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  • 12Religion in Niger — Mosque in Niamey, Niger Islam is the dominant religion in Niger and is practiced by 80 to more than 98 % the population.[1][2] …

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  • 13Religion in Bhutan — Approximately two thirds to three quarters of the population practice Drukpa Kagyupa or Ningmapa Buddhism, both of which are disciplines of Mahayana Buddhism. Approximately one quarter of the population is ethnic Nepalese and practice Hinduism.… …

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  • 14Religion in Thailand — According to the last census (2000) 95% of Thais are Buddhists of the Theravada tradition. Muslims are the second largest religious group in Thailand at 4.6%. Thailand s southernmost provinces Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and part of Songkhla… …

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  • 15Religion in Costa Rica — The most recent nationwide survey of religion in Costa Rica, conducted in 2006 by the University of Costa Rica, found that 47.2 percent of the population identify themselves as practicing Roman Catholics, 27.3 percent consider themselves… …

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  • 16Religion in Yemen — IslamVirtually all citizens of Yemen are Muslims, either belonging to the Zaydi order of Shi a Islam or to the Shafa i order of Sunni Islam. While there are no available statistics, estimates are that the Zaydi (Shias) form 42 48 percent and the… …

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  • 17Religion in Mozambique — According to the most recent census conducted by the National Institute of Statistics in 1997, half of the population does not profess to practice a religion or creed; however, religious leaders expected the census scheduled for late 2007 to show …

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  • 18Religion in Cape Verde — Church in Santiago, Cape Verde …

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  • 19Religion in Swaziland — The population of Swaziland is approximately 35 percent Protestant, 30 percent African Zionist, 25 percent Catholic, and 1 percent Muslim. The remaining 9 percent of the population is divided among the Baha i Faith, the Church of Jesus Christ of… …

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  • 20Religion in Samoa — Mulivai Cathedral, Apia (Catholic), Samoa. The earthquake damaged Cathedral has now been demolished …

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