Islam in Lesotho

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Muslim population of Lesotho in 2013 is about 3000 plus around the country. Immigrants from Asian and Arabian world contributes significant adding-up the local adherents. There are various mosques and prayer halls in Lesotho at the Capital City Maseru to Butha-Buthe and other places around geography of Lesotho. Jamaat Khana at Jackpot Market, Bus Stop Jamaat Khana and Thabong are the places where people offer their Friday Prayer in Maseru City. The vast majority of Muslims are Sunni. The Ahmadiyya Muslim community claims 350 members in the country.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around the World. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. 2008. pg. 107. ISBN 1-882494-51-2