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April 11, 2016

Kyrgyz in Uzbekistan

Population: 267,000

Primary Religion: Islam (95%)

Known Christians: 5% (13,350)

More than any other Central Asian people, the Kyrgyz have clung to their traditional way of life as nomadic livestock producers. They have also maintained their tribal organization. The basic unit of their society is the "extended family," which consists of between five and fifteen families who have all de...

March 1, 2016

Char of Afghanistan

Population: 295,000 

Primary Religion: Islam (100%)

Known Christians: 0% (0)

The Char are comprised of four major tribes divided into a further 250 sub-tribes. Never politically united, tribal alliances joined them for protection against invaders. They are known as formidable warriors. For such a large population, little has been recorded about them, leaving them relatively obscure. As...

February 15, 2016

Java of Indonesia

Population: 36,069,000 

Primary Religion: Islam (97.2%)

Known Christians: 2.8% (1,009,932)

The Java inhabit the villages, small towns and cities which stretch south from the North Java Sea to the hills and mountains that span two-thirds of the length of the island of Java. They are not emotionally reserved and in personal communication they can be direct and aggressive. Reading the Qur'a...

January 25, 2016

Bahraini of Bahrain

Population: 722,000 

Primary Religion: Islam (96.0%) 

Known Christians: 3.4% (24,548)

Bahraini are related to the two million Arabs spread over the Middle East and North Africa, bound loosely together by a religious and cultural heritage. Arabs trace their ancestry back to Ishmael, the son of Abraham, and his wife's maid, Hagar. During the seventh century, Mohammed drew many of the Ara...

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