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Since There Are no Churches in Saudi Arabia, This is what Christians do Just to Fellowship Together

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There is no question that worship practices take place in various nations all over the world. There is not a country that you visit that does not partake in one religious ritual or the other. The two primary religions practiced today in the world are Christianity and Islam. The distribution of these religions is not equal; Christians control certain nations, while Muslims dominate others. It is generally assumed that there are no Christian inhabitants of that nation in one of the nations of the world, Saudi Arabia, but research studies have it that in Saudi Arabia there are around 1.8 million Christians (according to Wikipedia). Such groups of Christians are not born and raised in Saudi Arabia but are recognized as expatriates because they are only there for one purpose or another or for official duties.

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It may be said that Saudi Arabia has been the center of all Islamic action since ancient times. The city is renowned for the colossal structure known as Mecca, where pilgrimages are organized by Muslims from numerous parts of the world. The city is also known as the birthplace of Muhammad, the Holy Prophet. Each resident, born and raised in Saudi Arabia, grows up to become Muslim because it is the only religion commonly recognized and openly practiced in the country.

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Today, it is proven that in Saudi Arabia there are Christian expatriates, but the truth remains that among the nation's expats, there are expats. There's not a single church in Saudi Arabia as a whole. How are these expats practicing their faith or converting to Islam, then? No they haven't. Via a digital medium or an internet chat room, these expats communicate with each other and arrange private meetings.

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In an article on travel tips, according to Gov.UK, it is said that the practicing of any religion other than Islam in Saudi Arabia is considered unconstitutional. However as long as it is purely for your own use and does not in any way wish to convert the people, the government of Saudi Arabia recognizes other religions in the country.

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It is very dangerous to live in Saudi Arabia as a Christian and to practice your faith freely and could place such a Christian in a very big dilemma. He/She fears being deported or arrested. While in Saudi Arabia, Christians are urged to keep their faith as secret as possible. Visual Means (Use Zoom, for instance) or closed door Private Homes meetings may be well practiced. It is anticipated that Christians in Saudi Arabia will honor the Islamic faith in Saudi Arabia and exercise their religion privately and not in open spaces.

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