Religion in Jordan
Jordan is a majority Muslim country with more than 95% of the population following Sunni Islam while a small minority follow Shia Islam and fewer than 800 are Bahá'ís. There are also about 20,000 Druz...
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Christianity in Jordan
Christianity in Jordan is among the oldest Christian communities in the world. Christians have resided in Jordan after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, early in the 1st century AD. Jordanian Christian...
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Islam in Jordan
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a majority Muslim country with 95% of the population following Sunni Islam while a small minority follow Salafi and Shiite branches. There are also about 20,000 Druz...
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Churchill White Paper
The Churchill White Paper (also known as The British White Paper of 1922) of 3 June 1922 clarified how Britain viewed the Balfour Declaration, 1917. That Declaration announced the British intent to ai...
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Congregation for the Oriental Churches
The Congregation for the Oriental Churches (Latin: Congregatio pro Ecclesiis Orientalibus) is the dicastery of the Roman Curia responsible for contact with the Eastern Catholic Churches for the sa...
Religious discrimination
Religious discrimination is valuing or treating a person or group differently because of what they do or do not believe. Specifically, it is when adherents of different religions (or denominations) a...
Orthodox Christianity in Jordan
Orthodox Christianity in Jordan refers to adherents of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Jordan, which is a long-established part of Christianity in Jordan. It includes Greek Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox ...
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Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJH) is a Lutheran denomination that has congregations in Israel, Jordan and State of Palestine. First recognized as an autonomous religi...
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land - Wikipedia
Machaerus
Machaerus (Μαχαιροῦς, from Ancient Greek:  μάχαιρα "Makhaira" (a sword); Arabic: ِقلعة المشناقى‎ Qal'atu l-Mishnāqá) is a fortified hilltop palace located in Jordan fifteen m...
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Hashemite
Hashemite (also spelled Hashimite) is the English-language version of the Arabic: هاشمي‎, transliteration: Hāšimī, and traditionally refers to those belonging to the Banu Hashim, or "clan of...
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Sulaiman Ja'abari
Sulaiman Ja'abari (Arabic: سليمان الجعبري‎, 1912–1994) was a Sunni Muslim religious leader of the Palestinian people and the fifth Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. He became Grand Mufti in 1993 unt...
Freedom of religion in Jordan
The Constitution provides for the freedom to practice the rights of one's religion and faith in accordance with the customs that are observed in the kingdom, unless they violate public order or morali...
Roman Catholicism in Jordan
The Roman Catholic Church in Jordan is part of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope in Rome.There are approximately 114,000 Catholics in Jordan or 2.9% of th...
Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem
The Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem is the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Jerusalem, which is a part of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and The Middle East, and based at St. George's Cathedral, Jeru...
Melkite
The term "Melkite" (/ˈmɛlkaɪt/), also written "Melchite", refers to various Byzantine Rite Christian churches and their members originating in the Middle East. The word comes from the Syriac word malk...
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Jordanian Christians
Christianity in Jordan is among the oldest Christian communities in the world. Christians have resided in Jordan after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, early in the 1st century AD. Jordanian Christian...
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