Question: What is the belief of Afghanistan?

Islam is the official religion of Afghanistan and the majority of the population is Muslim (approximately 99.7%). There are some very small residual communities of other faiths, including Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and Bahai.

What religion does Afghanistan believe in?

Islam The Constitution declares Islam to be the official religion of the state, stating that no law can be contrary to the beliefs and provisions of the sacred religion of Islam, and that, the provisions of adherence to the fundamentals of the sacred religion of Islam and the regime of the Islamic Republic cannot be

What is the main culture in Afghanistan?

The culture of Afghanistan is influenced by Islam. There are two official languages in the country; Dari and Pashto. Modernization has resulted in the infiltration of western influences into the Afghani culture, which is most profound in the countrys major cities.

What is the culture of Afghanistan like?

Afghan culture is very collectivistic and people generally put their familys interests before their own. This means that family responsibilities tend to hold a greater importance than personal needs. Loyalty to ones family also generally supersedes any obligations to ones tribe or ethnicity.

What is Afghanistan is famous for?

It has six bordering countries that include Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, and China. Afghanistan is famous for its pomegranates in Asia. Lets explore more about this war-torn country with some interesting facts.

What was the name of Afghanistan in the Bible?

Cabul Cabul (Hebrew: כבול‎), classical spelling: Chabolo; Chabulon, is a location in the north-west of Palestine mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, now the Kabul local council in Israel, 9 or 10 miles (16 km) east of Acco.

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