Dakwah in Cambodia

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Cambodia is a country with a rich and diverse history, and its Islamic community is no exception. Islam first arrived in Cambodia in the 7th century, and over the centuries, it has evolved into a unique blend of Islamic and Khmer traditions. Today, there are an estimated 2 million Muslims in Cambodia, making up about 5% of the population. The majority of Muslims in Cambodia are Sunni, and the country's Islamic community is divided into two main groups: the Cham and the Malay. The Cham are the largest Muslim group in Cambodia, and they are descendants of Arab traders who arrived in the country centuries ago. The Cham have their own distinct culture and language, and they are concentrated in the southern provinces of Cambodia. The Malay are the second largest Muslim group in Cambodia, and they are descendants of Malay traders who arrived in the country in the 19th century. The Malay are concentrated in the coastal provinces of Cambodia, and they have a strong cultural and linguistic connection to Malaysia. Cambodia's Islamic community has faced a number of challenges over the years, including the Khmer Rouge genocide, which killed an estimated 2 million people, including many Muslims. However, the Islamic community has persevered, and today, it is a vibrant and growing part of Cambodian society.

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906B Level 2 Block D , Kompleks Diamond Bangi Business Park 43650 ,
Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor

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