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Morocco Religion is marked by tolerance towards all religious beliefs. Though Islam is the principal religion of the land, yet other religious sects derive equal treatment and respect which they expect and deserve.
Islam as the chief Morocco Religion dominates most parts of the country with the highest number of followers. The Sunni sect is prevalent on the land, but that never disrupted the Islamic practices in Morocco.
The early Muslim customs and practices are prevalent till date, like the adoption of a Muslim cloak. In fact, this is an age-old practice Islamic practice in Morocco, indicating the notion of a holy man, popularly called a "Marabout".
Next to importance among religions in Morocco is Christianity. As the second largest religion in the country, Christianity has as many as 100,000 followers. Christians in Morocco are either immigrants or descended directly from the French invaders and settlers in early times.
Judaism is yet another important Religious Beliefs in Morocco, with a handful of only 5,000 supporters. People belonging to this religious sect concentrate mainly in cities like Marrakech and Casablanca. However, their total count is decreasing quite fast and heading towards potential extinction.