What is the only country where they don't celebrate Christmas?
Many countries do not celebrate Christmas. Across the middle east there are many Islamic countried that do not. Moving to the east, many countries in Asia do not as well Many African countries do not either. There may be pockets of Christianity in any country but that is far different than saying the country itself recognizes Christmas as a holiday. There are just too many to list.
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Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Jehovah's Witness, Buddhists, some atheistsand agnostics do not celebrate Christmas.
because different people have different religions
mostly muslim countries which are in the middle east or half cast
Because Christmans is historically a Christain holiday, although these days many people do not celebrate it for its original religious meaning but more for the festivities tha…t have evolved over time into what most people think of when they thing of christmans
It is not an Islamic holiday. They don't believe in Santa Clause and Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h. didn't say that it was an Islamic holiday that Muslims celebrate.
Christmas isn't a national holiday; it is celebratedinternationally by mainly Christians for religious reasons. Manypeople (both Christian and non-) celebrate Christmas, thoug…hnon-Christians celebrate it only as an event for gift-exchange orparties. This said, most Japanese people do celebrate Christmasboth for religious practice and simply eventful partying.
No. Because there not Christians people that celebrate Christmas are Christians the above answer is right, because christians belive in Christmas and hindus are a different… religon, they have celebrations like Christmas though. .eg. divali. xx
The main populous of non-christian countries will not celebrate Christmas. Where Christmas is celebrated, it is always on a day we call Christmas....for a reason....
It is a pagan holiday and in Jeremiah 10:1-5 FATHER YAH tells Israel " Learn not the way of the heathen, "....
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Holidays are celebrated by people, not countries. This is particularly the case for countries which are (a) democratic, and (b) which observe separation of church and state, s…uch as the U.S.A. There may be goverments which do not honor or recognize other holidays, but where freedom is allowed to exist, holidays are celebrated by the people, not the goverments of countries. In the muslim world, Christmas is often not recognized as a national holiday; however, this does not mean that Christians, Protestants, catholics, etc., who live there are prohibited from observing Christmas. Israel is a Jewish country which observes Jewish holidays; however, it is a modern democracy which observes equality and freedom to its people. 20% of the people in the Israeli government seats (Kneset) are Muslims, and a significant percentage of each religion is also represented among its citizens. So while it is a Jewish state, its people are free to celebrate Christmas. Again, the main point is: Christmas is celebrated around the globe by people, not countries.
Traditionally, Christmas has been a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. In more recent times, it is often celebrated as a secular holiday by non-religious people as well…. Countries that have been predominantly Christian in the past tend to be the ones in which Christmas is celebrated.
Because turks believe in islam. Christmas celebrates the birth of christ. christians are deemed the followers of christ Turks believe in allah and are followers of Muhammad so… they do not celebrate Christmas
Many Asians do celebrate Christmas. There are a lot of Christians from Asia. Jesus himself was an Asian. Asians that do not celebrate Christmas are ones that are not Christian….
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They do not celebrate Christmas, as it's a Christian holiday. It'sthe same reason Christians don't celebrate Ramadan.
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All countries in the Souther Hemisphere have Christmas duringsummer. These countries have summer during December, January andFebrurary. Some examples are Australia, New Zealan…d, South Africa,etc.