The region of Russia that is called the Derbent is the region that is predominantly Muslim. This was as a result of the Arab conquests in the eight century.
Northern and North Eastern Africa
region of Punjab known as punjabis, predominantly Muslim
Yes, there appears to be link between region and religion because areas, such as the Middle East are predominantly Muslim or Islam.
The country of Georgia is predominantly Orthodox Christian but has a large Muslim population in its southwest region.
Chechnya won virtual independence from Russia in 1996 after a two-year war and declared the region an Islamic republic.
Iran is predominantly Shiite Muslims.
The Northern and Central parts of Sudan are predominantly Muslim, with the Southern parts being predominantly Christian
No predominantly Muslim countries have legalized same-sex marriage.
The Middle East is predominantly Islamic.
Gambia is predominantly Muslim but they also have a minority of Christians
by Muslim merchants who came from Yemen to Indonesia
No. The Philippines is a predominantly Catholic country. However, there is a region of the country (Mindinao) where there is a sizable Muslim population which has recently achieved political autonomy.
No. To see which Arab nations are predominantly Muslim, see the related link.
Shiite Muslims are located mainly in Iran. There are some Shiite communities in the Persian Gulf, Iraq, Turkey and south Lebanon.
Chechnya is an Autonomous Republic of the Russian Federation and it wants complete independence from Russia. Russia does not want to give them independence because, amongst other things, Chechnya is geographically in the path of a major oil pipeline to the south which is economically important to Russia. Chechnya could probably not stand in the international community because it does not produce anything. The Russian Mafia is said to consist predominantly of Chechnyans. One of Chechnyas neighbours, Dagestan, has similar objectives but has not been so militant about it. Both Chechnya and Dagestan are predominantly Muslim which is a further problem they have with non-Muslim Russia.
Yes, Islam is a recognized religion practiced publicly in Russia. 6.5% of Russians are Muslims. The largest concentrations of Russian Muslims are in the Caucasus Region. Notable Russian Ethnicities that are overwhelmingly Muslim include: Adyghe, Balkars, Bashkirs, Chechens, Ingush, Kabardin, Karachay, Tatars, and numerous Dagestani peoples. The predominantly-Muslim Soviet Republics of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Azerbaijan broke away from former USSR in 1991.
Egypt is predominantly Muslim today so their culture is Muslim culture.
no it isn't, Croatia is considered to be predominantly Roman Catholic.
The population of Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao is 4,120,795.
No. Egypt today is predominantly Muslim, and the meat of a cat is Haram.
Yes the Muslims there are 70% shia and 30% sunni
Mali is predominantly a Muslim country, anyhow there are Christians as well.
orthodox are 71.8% of the population in Russiaa further 5.5% of russia are muslim