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AFAR (Prayercast)

nomadic herders of East Africa  Around 3 million Afar peoples live in the Horn of Africa – primarily Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Djibouti. Their region crosses the borders of these three countries and is sometimes referred to as the Afar Triangle. They are a proud ethnic group and highly individualistic, with a distinct Afar language.  The Afar are primarily Sunni Muslim. But most Afar people nominally practice Islam, especially in more rural areas. It’s believed that Islam was introduced to the Afar by Arab migrants as early as the ninth century

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