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    • Methodology November 8, 2017
      This report brings together analysis of survey and demographic data from various previously published Pew Research Center reports. It also includes new analysis of the religious beliefs and practices of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia and historical data on the distribution of Orthodox Christians, Catholics and Protestants around the world. Attitudinal data […]
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      This report was produced by Pew Research Center as part of the Pew-Templeton Global Religious Future project, which analyzes religious change and its impact on societies around the world. Funding for the Global Religious Futures project comes from The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John Templeton Foundation. This report is a collaborative effort based on […] […]
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      On environmentalism and homosexuality, Orthodox Christians are largely united in their views. Most Eastern Orthodox Christians – whose spiritual leader, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, has been called the “Green Patriarch” – favor environmental protection, even at the expense of economic growth. And the vast majority of Orthodox Christians say homosexualit […]
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    • 2. Orthodox Christians are highly religious in Ethiopia, much less so in former Soviet Union November 8, 2017
      Orthodox Christians around the world display widely varying levels of religious observance. For example, while just 6% of Orthodox Christians in Russia say they attend church on a weekly basis, a large majority of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia (78%) say they do this. Indeed, by several standard measures of religious observance, Orthodox Christians living i […]
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    • 1. Orthodox Christianity’s geographic center remains in Central and Eastern Europe November 8, 2017
      While the worldwide population of all non-Orthodox Christians has virtually quadrupled since 1910, the Orthodox population has merely doubled, from approximately 124 million to 260 million. And as the geographical center of the overall Christian population has shifted since 1910 from its centuries-old European base into developing nations in the Southern Hem […]
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    • Orthodox Christianity in the 21st Century November 8, 2017
      Concentrated in Europe, Orthodox Christians have declined as share of the global Christian population, from 20% in 1910 to 12% today. But the Ethiopian community is highly observant and growing.
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Female Circumcision -Warning Graphic Video

This is of a three year old female getting circumised. This toture needs to be abolished. Utterly disgusting with no excuses.

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8 Responses

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  2. That procedure is horrific. Just another example of a universal moral truth: Mutilating the genitals of girls is wrong.

    The last time I was in Kenya I was encouraged to see a poster encouraging people to stop the practice. The more information gets out in the open the more quickly it will be reduced and hopefully stopped.

  3. This has nothing to do with Islam, so it’s not clear why you categorized it as such. While this is practiced in some Muslim cultures, it is also practiced by Animists as well. It is a cultural practice and not a religious one, and yes, it should absolutely be abolished, but continuing to classify it as an Islamic practice is completely incorrect.

  4. Saeed is right – it is definitely not just an Islamic practice.

  5. Thats right. Thats why I removed the Islam category. That was a mistake on my part. Just happens however that a lot of them are Muslims….

  6. I had no idea that anything like this even exsist! Why would parents chose to torture there children so? This has to be something that was decided apon by a woman hating leader. The women in these cultures must be forced to do this. The things humans can come up with to control and punish there own species is mind boggeling. You will never here of or see animals doing things like this to one another.

  7. that’s because, as far as we can tell, animals don’t live under the cloud of willful delusion.

  8. THESE ASSHOLES DONE LOST THERE FUCKIN MINDS DAMN WHATS WRONG WITH THE WORLD

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