How many Muslims live Brazil?

How many Muslims live Brazil?

Islam is practiced by over 200,000 Brazilians—making it the largest Muslim community in Latin America—most of whom are Arab in origin, with smaller but growing numbers of Brazilian converts. The Brazilian Muslim community includes both Sunni and Shi’a Muslims.

Where do most Muslims live in Brazil?

greater São Paulo region
The biggest concentration of Muslims is found in the greater São Paulo region.

What is Brazil’s main religion?

Roman Catholic
Brazil’s religious landscape is as diverse as it’s ethnic and geographic diversity. Accordingly, the majority of Brazilians in the country identify as Roman Catholic (64.4%), thus reflecting it’s historical relationship with Portugal and the Catholic Church.

Is Russia a Muslim country?

An estimated 17% of Russia’s population are Muslims. The Russian regions with the highest Muslim population are Ingushetia 96%, Chechnya 95%, Dagestan 83%, and Karachay-Cherkessia 64%. Islam is the state religion. Saudi citizens are 85-90% Sunni and 10-15% Shia).

How many Hindus are there in Brazil?

According to the 2000 census, there are about 2,905 Hindus in Brazil. According to the 2011 census, there are about 9,500 Hindus in Brazil constituting 0.005% of the population of Brazil.

How many mosques are there in Argentina?

There are more than 10 established mosques in Argentina. The number of are increasing with the growth of Islam in Argentina and increasing number of Muslim tourists visiting the country. However finding a mosque or Muslim prayer facilities outside major cities is difficult.

Are there any Muslims in Bolivia?

Bolivia has a Muslim population of 1,000 people, constituting less than on tenth of one percent of its total population.

How many Muslims are in Argentine?

Argentina is also home to the largest Muslim community in Latin America, numbering at around 400,000 people or 1% of the total population.