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The religion(s) of Yemen include: Muslim (Shaf'I, Zaydi), Jewish, Christian, Hindu.
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Religion in Yemen - Wikipedia


Yemen is an Islamic society. Nearly all Yemenis are Muslims, with approximately 56% Sunni Muslims, the majority belonging to the Shafi'i school of thought and ...

Religion in Yemen | Yemen.com


Yemen holds close to their religion, which for the most part is Islamic. There is less than 1 percent of Yemen that follows other religions. When Israel became an  ...

Yemen / Religions - LookLex Encyclopaedia


Description and figures on Yemen's religions and religious sub-groups. Article in the LookLex / Encyclopaedia.

Religious Beliefs In Yemen - WorldAtlas.com


Nov 29, 2016 ... Islam is the official religion in Yemen and legislation is firmly founded in Sharia Law. The constitution allows for the freedom of worship, and ...

5 facts you need to know about Yemen and its conflicts — RT News


Mar 27, 2015 ... Its member – a Zaidi religious leader and former member of the Yemeni parliament, Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi – was accused by the ...

yemen 2012 international religious freedom report - US Department ...


is the state religion and Sharia (Islamic law) is the source of all legislation. It effectively ... Yemen has a long history of religious moderation, and this violence.

Religious beliefs in Yemen - StudyCountry.com


The constitution of Yemen officially declares that Islam is the state religion. With an estimate of 98 percent of its population Muslims, they would belong to either ...

Religion in Yemen - Yemen Religion - Major Religions of Yemen


The state religion of Yemen is Islam. Most people of Tihama and the southern and eastern part of the country belong to the Shafai sect of Sunni Muslims.

Freedom of religious expression | Yemen Times


Apr 3, 2014 ... Article 19 radio show this week discussed the diversity of religious sects in Yemen, freedom of religious expression, freedom to perform ...