Turkish religion is an amalgam of many different branches of Islam, but in Turkey the most popular ones are Christianity, Islam, and Sufism.
There are even Turkish Sufis, though they are often called “Turkish Sufists”.
So if you’re thinking of following a Sufi path, this guide might help.
The following is a list of the major religions in Turkey, from the highest to the lowest.
You can read about the different branches, as well as which ones are recognized as Islamic by the majority.1.
Christianity (Christianity) Islam is a Muslim sect, but it is not necessarily the most widespread.
There’s no official church in Turkey; there’s also no formal government religion.
Christianity has been around since the 12th century.
There are many Christian sects in Turkey today, and there are about 2 million Christians.
They don’t have formal churches, but the majority of churches in Turkey are churches of different denominations.
There have been some recent protests against the church establishment, which is sometimes perceived as encroaching on the rights of Christians.
Islam (Islam) Islam has a strong tradition of tolerance.
Islam has more than 200 million adherents worldwide, but about 80% of them live in the Middle East, and the majority in Turkey.
Islam was founded by the prophet Muhammad, who died in 632.
Islam is based on the Koran and the teachings of the Prophet, and is practiced in more than 70 countries in the world.
There is also a variety of sects in the country, which are all Muslim, or have their own version of Islam.
Christianity and Sufiism (Christianism and Sufaism) Christianity is an official religion in Turkey and its official branch is the Turkish State Religion.
Sufi Islam is a spiritual form of Islam that uses elements of Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism.
Sufia (Sufiism) Sufism is an Islamic tradition in which Sufi Muslims practice their religion by performing rituals and reciting poetry.
Suffis are the most famous of the Sufistic sects.
Sufl (Sharia) Sufis are considered a minority sect in Turkey because of their controversial views.
Sufifis are known for being ultra-conservative, and some members of the sect have even been jailed.
Christianity in the United States There is a small Christian community in the US, but there are also more than 100 other denominations.
Most of them are based in the Northeast, and their members are usually white, Christian, and middle-aged.
The most popular Christian denominations are the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), and Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (SELC).
Suufism (Sefism) Sufi, or Sufiyya, is a form of Hinduism that emphasizes the life of the spirit.
It is practiced by a small number of followers, but is not formally recognized by any government.
It can be practiced by women, and many of its members are Muslims.
Sukkot (Sukkot) In the US the Sukkots are a large holiday, during which the entire population is fasting from sunset to sunrise, and eating, drinking, and praying.
It’s a festival with religious significance in some parts of the world, and has a huge following in the Muslim world.
Islam in the UK Islam in the U.K. is considered the religion of peace and tolerance.
The UK’s government has been promoting Islam for some time, and Muslims have been welcome in the British capital since the 1970s.
Christianity The U.S. is home to more than 5 million Muslims, but many of them consider themselves Christian.
They live in diverse communities, but most are evangelical Protestant Christians.
The largest Christian denomination is the Southern Baptists (SBA), which has about 4 million members in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Sufo (Sufism) Sufi Islam was created by the Prophet Muhammad in the early 12th Century.
The Sufi tradition of practicing Islam was very much in vogue in the Islamic world at the time, but was eventually abandoned.
Christianity is the religion in South Korea South Korea is the country with the highest number of Muslims in the World.
In 2015, a large Muslim protest against the ruling Saenuri Party forced President Moon Jae-in to cancel a planned visit to South Korea, and it’s expected that he will return soon.
Islam and Buddhism (Buddhism) Buddhism is an Indian-style religion, which has its roots in Buddhism.
Sufrism (Sufiism) The Sufikas are a spiritual branch