Question: What religion is Lebanon?

Statistics Lebanon, an independent firm, estimates 67.6 percent of the citizen population is Muslim (31.9 percent Sunni, 31 percent Shia, and small percentages of Alawites and Ismailis). Statistics Lebanon estimates 32.4 percent of the population is Christian.

What is Lebanons main religion?

According to latest global estimations, 61% of Lebanons population identify as Muslim while 33.7% identify as Christian. The Muslim population is somewhat evenly split between followers of Sunni (30.6%) and Shia (30.5%) denominations, with smaller numbers of those belonging to Alawite and Ismaili sects.

Is Lebanon a Catholic country?

The Maronite Church constitutes the largest Eastern Catholic church represented in both Lebanon, and the Middle East. The Land of the Cedars, as Lebanon is known, is the only one in the region where Catholics play an active role in national politics....Catholic Church in LebanonMembers1.8 million11 more rows

Is English spoken in Lebanon?

Arabic is the official language of Lebanon, but English and French are widely used. Some even speak to their children in French or English in the home.

Do Arabs drink alcohol?

Islamic countries have low rates of alcohol consumption. However, a minority of Muslims do drink despite religious prohibitions. Muslim-majority countries produce a variety of regional distilled beverages such as arrack and rakı.

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