Protestantism in Qatar
Protestants comprise less than 1% of the population of Qatar. There is some limitation of the religious liberty of Christians.  The constitution provides for religious liberty. Proselytizing by non-Muslims is prohibited by law. No foreign missionary groups operate openly in the country. Religious groups must register with the Government for legal recognition. Christians are subject to the Sharia.  Christian religious literature in English is available in bookstores. In 2006 the first building of a church in 14 centuries was started. It is built in Doha. It includes a conference center and meeting rooms. Publication, import and distribution of Christian religious literature is banned.
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