Saudi Arabia

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Top 5 People Groups

Najdi Saudi Arab: 12,595,000

Hijazi Saudi Arab: 9,901,000

Bedouin Arab: 1,248,000

Saudi Arab: 929,000

Tagalog Filipino: 896,000


Muslim: 91.6%

Christian: 4.4%

Evangelical: 0.6%

Hindu: 2.6%

Non-Religious: 0.7%

Buddhist: 0.3%


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About Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is the largest country on the Arabian Peninsula and is home to 42 People Groups, 28 of whom remain unreached according to the Joshua Project. It is the birthplace of Islam and the majority of Muslims practice the Wahhabi version of Islam. Non-Muslims can live in Saudi Arabia but they cannot practice their religion openly and they are forbidden to congregate together privately. In spite of this there are Christian converts in Saudi Arabia but there is a death penalty for converting from Islam and it is enforced there.

Recent Prayerline Posts

ARAB GULF STATES. While people of Saudi Arabia must strictly conform to Islam when they are at home, they often travel out of the country where they sometimes forsake religious taboos. Last summer 200,000 Saudis visited the Mediterranean beaches of Lebanon, while others went to the mountains of Syria for a cooler climate. Christian Aid wants to help indigenous missions hand out New Testaments ...

SAUDI ARABIA. Pray for a ministry that is recording the four Gospels in Arabic, using 23 Saudi voices. A CD with a Saudi accent will make the Gospels more accepted among the people of Saudi Arabia. This project requires gathering the Saudi believers in a safe place to record their voices. The voices will then be edited together for a word-for-word reading of the Gospels. They need $1000 for travel expenses ...

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