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Monday, December 11, 2017

Christians Population Grows in Myanmar


The Christian population of the Buddhist nation Myanmar has expanded by about 33% in three decades, new figures uncover.

Christianity is the second biggest religion in Myanmar. About nine in ten individuals are Buddhist. There was additionally a little increment in the quantities of Hindus and a fall in agnostics and Muslims in spite of the fact that Rohingya Muslims were excluded as these Muslims don’t have native status. In the event that they did, Myanmar would have twice the same number of Muslims as it confesses to, adding up to four for every penny of the populace.

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