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Zanzibar Islands

Many countries include different islands, and one of those countries is located in eastern Africa, in which there are the islands of Zanzibar, located 35 kilometers from the coast of Tanganyika, and most of them distinguishes that they belong to an autonomous authority far from their state, as they are formed from 52 islands, the largest is an island Angoga (East African grove), which is 85 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide, and which passes the longest river, the Moira River, which is the capital of the Zanzibar State of Tanzania, and then followed by the island of Pemba with a length of 78 kilometers and a width of 23 kilometers, and the island of Angoga With her stone land, and abundant There are rice, cereals, tales, mahogos, carrots, as well as clove trees. As for Pemba Island, its land is fertile, in which the nargile (coconut) is cultivated in abundance, and the name of the islands comes back to the Arabic language. The Greeks called it Menothias, and it is also mentioned in many historical books.

Its population

The population of the Zanzibar Islands reached nearly one million, according to a statistic conducted in the year 2004 AD, and the majority of its population are of African, Persian, Pakistani and Indian descent, and the official language of the population was Arabic, but with the British occuAl Bahahn it changed its official language to become foreign and Swahili.

Her religion

As for the religion prevalent in the islands, it is the Islamic religion, where nearly 98% of the population adhere to it, while the rest follow the Christian or Hindu religion, and the reason for the large number of adherents of the Islamic religion in the islands is a result of Islamic immigration to it, especially in the Umayyad era.

Its economy

The islands depend mainly on their economy for agriculture, as they contain millions of trees of cloves, which made them occupy the first rank in exporting them, as well as abundant mango trees, coconuts, and islands. Sufficient to its population, and then export the surplus, and currently the tourism sector has a role in increasing the economy of the islands, as it contains long coasts and beaches, in addition to scenic views.

The suffering of Muslims in it

Muslims suffered from many human abuses, attacks on them, and were killed in many wars and conflicts that occurred in the islands. In 1964 AD, a military coup occurred against the government at the time, and the coup ended with the handing over of the rule to a Christian priest called Julius Nyerere, supported by the West, which increased Persecution against Muslims, and fighting Islamic rituals.

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