Question: What God do Syrians believe in?

Sunni Islam is the main religion in Syria. The Great Mosque of Aleppo consists of pre-Islamic, Seljuk, and Mamluk architectural styles.

What religion do Syrians believe in?

According to CIA World Factbook, 87% of Syrians are Muslim, the majority being Sunni Muslims (74%). A further 13% are Shia Muslims, following the Alawite (11%), Ismaili (1%) or Twelver Imami (0.5%) sects.

What are the beliefs of Syria?

Religious Beliefs In SyriaRankBelief SystemShare of Syrian Population1Sunni Islam74.0%2Alawi Shia Islam11.5%3Christianity8.9%4Druze3.0%3 more rows

What was the religion of Syria before Islam?

Until then, Syria was the main center of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Conversion to Islam had scarcely begun prior to the invasion, apart from Arab tribes already settled in Syria; except for the tribe of Ghassan, these all became Muslim.

What is the main religion in Egypt today?

Today, the majority of the Egyptian population is Muslim, with a small minority of Jews and Christians.

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