Moroccans are becoming less religious, a study conducted by a U.S.-based
think-tank found, which related the change to apprehensions in the
North African country over the current rise of political Islam.
According to the report by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life,
the level of religiosity in the Middle East and North Africa has receded
to 60 percent, particularly in Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt.
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