Almost all Moroccans follow Islam and a large majority are Sunni Muslims, belonging to the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence. Other minority religions include Christianity, Judaism and Bahaism.
Does Morocco have religious freedom?
The constitution of Morocco establishes that Islam is the state religion of Morocco, and also grants freedom of thought, expression, assembly, and the right for everyone to “conduct their religious affairs“.
Are Jehovah’s Witnesses banned in Morocco?
However, it is still illegal under Moroccan law to evangelize. There are Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant churches in the country which are recognized by the government, but only foreigners can worship in these churches.
Is Morocco Islamic country?
According to the constitution, the country is a Muslim state, with full sovereignty, and Islam is the religion of the state. The constitution guarantees freedom of thought, expression, and assembly, and says the state guarantees every individual the freedom to practice his religious affairs.