The Maldives is a beautiful island nation in the Indian Ocean, and the country is home to one of the most diverse communities of people living there.
Here are the top 10 things to know about the Maldives: 1.
Maldives’ most populous country has the largest Muslim population in the world.
In 2012, the Maldivian government declared a ban on Muslim religious activities, and in 2016, the country enacted a law that bans the wearing of face coverings.
There are over 100 mosques, and nearly 90% of them are located in the city of Almaty.
Maldivians have a long tradition of praying in mosques, though some of them have recently been vandalized.
A number of religions, including Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism and Buddhism, have existed in the Maldive for centuries.
However, in recent years, they have been persecuted, and now, there is an increase in persecution of Islam.
In 2017, a local television station, The Nation, ran a controversial segment about a Christian girl who was abducted and raped by two Muslim men, but the network was immediately shut down.
There is a strong and proud tradition of non-violent resistance against the British rule of the Maldiva, as well as in the region of neighboring India.
The Maldivans have been waging a civil war since the British colonial era, but this has not stopped the government from persecuting the movement.
The country has a strong tradition of celebrating the independence of the British Empire, and this is reflected in the country’s many flags, including the Indian Flag.
In 2016, The Maldiva was ranked the most polluted country in the globe.
The pollution is due to coal mining, and it has been a cause of concern for many people in the area.
The number of tourists visiting the country has increased by nearly 50% in the last decade.
The tourists who visited the country last year are mostly businessmen, and they pay to stay at Maldivias hotels.
It has a rich tradition of fishing, and its fishing is one of its main industries.
According to the Ministry of Tourism, more than half of the total income generated in the state comes from fishing.
Maldiva is the only country in East Africa that is also a destination for a significant number of African tourists.