Buddhism in Libya

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Libya's 2007 census has over 13,000 workers from Sri Lanka[1] and some other Buddhist countries (about 12,000 Koreans[2] and more than 2,000 citizens from China[3]) which made up about 0.3% of total population of Libya. This makes Libya the country with the one of highest proportion of Buddhists in North Africa. Although Libya does not have any Buddhist pagodas or temples.

References[edit]

  • Country Profile of Libya (Religious Intelligence) [1]
  • Religious Freedom Profile of Libya [4]
  • The US State Department's International Religious Freedom Report 2006 - Libya[5]