What part of Sudan is Muslim?
The Northern and Central parts of Sudan are predominantly Muslim, with the Southern parts being predominantly Christian
They don't, as Sudan is a Muslim country.
Sudan is strict Muslim, all public dancing is banned
there isn't really one. Sudan isn't safe for Americans because of the population of Sudan is mostly Muslim.
Islam is the main religion in Sudan; around 97% of the population are Sunni Muslim.
Sudan is mostly Muslim. 70% muslim, 25% Animist, and 5% Christian.
yes sudan is part of the african continent
An adherent of the religion of Islam from the country of Sudan.
What country has a long-standing civil war between an Arab Muslim north and a black African south with a loss of an estimated 4 million people?
Sudan. The conflict has been resolved in large part by the independence of South Sudan.
Sudan is for the most part an Arab country. Most of the Africans of Sudan live in the South which recently seceded. Sudan, however, is part of the Arab league and is classified as part of the Arab world.
Sudan celebrates all Muslim religious holidays as well as Christian religious holidays
northern Sudan and southern Egypt
South Sudan declared independence from Sudan July 9, 2011.
Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Sudan, Morroco
most people in sudan are muslim. some people are christian, but even so sudan is an extremely poor country so i doubt christmas presents would be part of their christmas tradition even if they had one. they might have a word or phrase that means santa claus but i think your best shot is to try a language translator?
Sudan's legal system is based on Muslim Sharia law
There are 2 most significant differences between Northern and Southern Sudan. First being, the ethnic differences. In South Sudan, majority of the population is Sub-Saharan descent (Black). While in North Sudan, the majority of the population is Semetic (Arab). The other difference is religion. North Sudan is predominatly Muslim, while South Sudan is Christian.
Sudan is part of Africa next to Chad and Ethiopia and underneath Egypt.
Sudan is in the southern part of Egypt: princess doade , love me or hate me
Sudan receives aid from different neighboring Arab and Muslim countries but doesn't give any because the country is mostly impoverished.
Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Nigeria, Ghana, Sudan, Chad
70% of the sudanese people are Muslim, 30% are either Christian or some other religon
No, it is in Africa
The Republic of Sudan is located on the northeastern African Continent, and is bordered by Egypt and the Red Sea.
More than 30 millions as of October 2009. See link below.
Muslim Arabs from Egypt spread into North Sudan and brought their Islamic faith.
There are three main regions of Sudan. They are North Sudan, Darfur, and the Blue Nile Region. Other subregions include the Eastern Front and Abyei.
The Civil War in Sudan was caused by religious tensions between the North and the South. The two main religions are Sunni Muslim (North) and Christians or other traditional beliefs (south).
Republic Islamic countries are much more in number than five. However, some of them are: Indonesia Pakistan Bangladesh Iran Egypt Algeria Sudan Syria Iraq Sudan
Sudan is in Northern Africa to the South of Egypt, West of Ethiopia, East of Chad, and Northeast of Uganda and Northwest of Kenya Sudan is located on the northern part of Africa. It boarders South Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea , Red Sea and Egypt.
Sudan is in Africa. Egypt is mostly in Africa and is generally considered to be an African country, but a small part of it is in Asia.
Sudan was part of the main shipping route to the East. Britain needed to control the Suez Canal.
A formerly independent sultanate that is now a part of Sudan,
Typically Sudan and South Sudan are considered part of Northern Africa, as defined by the United Nations.
The Sahel aka The Sudan (the country Sudan is named for it, but only comprises part of it)
Yes, but indirectly. Sudan was part of the Khedivite Sultanate in Egypt which Britain ruled via a protectorate as opposed to a colony.
Only part of the Sahara Desert is found in Sudan (north Sudan). The Sahara Desert is vast and streaches through most north African countries. See related question
Sudan is predominantly a Muslim country and as such celebrates all Muslim Holy days such as the Eid holidays, The Prophet's Birthday, the celebrations and fasting of Ramadan. In addition to this the country also celebrates a number of local holidays such as National Day as well as the Christian celebrations of Easter and Christmas and public holidays on the 26th of December and 1st of January.
Yes, it is actually the largest country in Africa.
The red sea or a.k.a the Suez Canal
Darfur is a part of Sudan that is about the same size as France
The kingdom of Nubia
Sudan is in Africa. Yes Africa is a continent. I'm not saying you don't know that, but you'd be surprised how stupid some people are
i don't think i understand your question but if your asking "Do Sudanese people dance" then the answer is OF COURSE there are many different types of dances that both men and women do but are different .Sudan has a very interesting history of dance and have many dances that are done and differ from the North and the South. While the North is more Muslim and Arab the South is Christian and more African… Read More
Sudan used to be the largest country in Africa (area wise), before the country split in two last year (North Sudan and South Sudan). The White and Blue Nile rivers run through Sudan, they Merge at Khartoum and become the Nile River before flowing into Egypt. North Sudan is largely arid and forms part of the eastern border of the Sahara Desert. The southern part of Sudan becomes waterlogged in the rainy season making transportation… Read More
well , there was abdullah the butcher from Sudan in the 50's . so i guess he counts !!
Up until 2011 Sudan had been the largest country in Africa. In July 2011 part of Sudan became independent to form a new country called the Republic of South Sudan, and making Sudan itself smaller. The result of this is that Algeria is now the largest country in Africa, and Sudan is now the third largest.
The newest country in the world is currently Kosovo. Kosovo was part of Serbia until February 2008. South Sudan is the newest country of the world. South Sudan, on 9 July 2011, became independent from Sudan.
There are slightly more Christians, but some countries are mainly Muslim (Egypt, Morocco, or Sudan) and some are mainly Christian.
Egypt and Sudan took part in building the Aswan High Dam.
The terms democratic and republican are NOT opposites. It is possible to have a democratic government as a republic or as a monarchy. This means that your question can not be answered. Sudan titles itself as "Republic of the Sudan", a Federal presidential, constitutional republic. However, Sudan is known to be one of the most corrupt nations on Earth and while this state persists whatever Sudan titles itself is meaningless - there is no effective… Read More