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Are Muslims Distinctive?A Look at the Evidence$

M. Steven Fish

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199769209

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199769209.001.0001

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(p.273) Appendix 2.C Female and Male Attendance at Religious Services among Muslims in Countries with a Muslim Population of 25 Percent or Greater

(p.273) Appendix 2.C Female and Male Attendance at Religious Services among Muslims in Countries with a Muslim Population of 25 Percent or Greater

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Are Muslims Distinctive?
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Oxford University Press

Country

Percent of Muslim women who attend services one or more times per week

Percent of Muslim men who attend services one or more times per week

Albania

20.2

20.8

Bangladesh

49.6

63.3

Bosnia and Herzegovina

38.4

34.9

Egypt

42.3

42.6

Indonesia

63.4

64.4

Iran

24.3

29.2

Iraq

8.0

58.6

Jordan

6.5

81.7

Kyrgyzstan

17.2

28.8

Macedonia

34.2

71.0

Morocco

20.0

65.1

Nigeria

82.8

94.7

Pakistan

75.6

72.8

Saudi Arabia

16.8

41.3

Singapore

43.0

72.4

Tanzania

81.9

83.0

Turkey

6.5

67.2

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