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Islam in Cape Verde

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Islam in Cape Verde

Islam in Cape Verde is a minority religion with a small but growing community.[1] Most Muslims are immigrants from Senegal and other neighboring countries, and are active in small-scale commerce and souvenir trade.

According to A Semana, Cape Verdean Muslims celebrate Muhammad's birthday through the country.[2]

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  1. ^ International Religious Freedom Report 2009
  2. ^ Comunidade Islâmica em Cabo Verde celebra o nascimento do profeta
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