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Just curious to know the various cultures and religions in this group.

I am Somali and Muslim ;D

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I'm Trinidadian and Roman Catholic. 

What branch of Islam do you follow? (Dunno if that's how the question should be phrased, but hopefully you get what I"m asking)

LOL I completely understand what you are trying to say. I am a Sunni

Ghanaian and I don't really identify with a religion. 

I'm Ghanaian too!

Vietnamese Chinese French and im Christian non-denominational

You know, the only other Eritrean I know is a choreographer named Luam Keflezgy. You bare a striking resemblance. Very pretty. 

I am African-American with Creole and Native American ancestry. I was raised a Protestant Christian but have recently chosen not to affiliate with any particular religion but to follow the teachings of Buddhism (which isn't really a religion but more of a philosophy for living one's life).


I love it ^_^


 I grew up around lots of different religions myself (Christian family, Jewish godfather, current best friend is Sunni-Muslim), so I feel really fortunate to have been exposed to all of them at such an early age.It's pretty cool to see all the different faiths people follow on here :-)

Kenyan (kikuyu) which is what I consider myself but my great grandmother was somali. overall a spiritualist I have a lot of medicine men and women in my family line who were based in this belief.

Taiwanese and Japanese and Proud Non-believer atheist humanist.

I'm Black American, grew up Baptist.

black american/agnostic

Wow there are a lot of religions that I am just hearing for the first time. So very interesting 


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