Islam in the United Arab Emirates

Islam In The United Arab Emirates

Islam in the United Arab Emirates

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More than 80% of the population of the United Arab Emirates are non-citizens. Nearly all of the country's citizens are Muslims; approximately 78% are Sunni, 22% are Shi'a, and a small Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Foreigners are predominantly from South and Southeast Asia, although there are substantial numbers from the Middle East, Europe, Central Asia, the former Commonwealth of Independent States, and North America. The Al Nahayan and Al Maktoum ruling families adhere to the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence.

Unofficial figures estimate that at least 15 percent of the population is Hindu, 5 percent is Buddhist, and 5 percent belong to other religious groups, including Parsi, Bahá'í, and Sikh. These estimates differ from census figures because census figures do not count "temporary" visitors and workers, and Bahá'ís and Druze are counted as Muslim..

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