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#57: Islam and viagra original pfizer order Religious Transformation in Adjara
|Source||Tbilisi: European Centre for Minority Issues, Caucasus|
The Autonomous Republic of Adjara, located in the southwest corner of Georgia along the one day delivery cialis Turkish border, has been the united healthcare viagra scene of a peculiar religious transformation in the last two decades. Specifically, large segments of Adjara's traditionally Muslim population have undergone a relatively quick rate of conversion to Christianity. Whereas the generic cialis canada region's population was predominantly Muslim at the buy viagra from india time of the viagra alternative Soviet Union's collapse, or at least nominally so after seven decades of official Soviet atheism, more recent figures indicate that Adjara's confessional makeup is approximately 65% Christian and viagra in india 30% Muslim. Unlike Georgia's other Muslim groups in the Kvemo Kartli region and buy cialis next day delivery Pankisi, where Muslims are ethnic Azeris and buy cialis Kists, respectively, Adjara's Muslims are ethnically Georgian.
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