? asked in Social ScienceAnthropology · 4 years ago

is there any cultural and traditional difference between North and South Sudan?

i know that both Sudan have like over 100 tribes and people there speak a lot of languages..but overall how different are their culture and traditions?

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago
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    South Sudan (officially called the Republic of Sudan) is mainly Christian and is an independent state.

    (North) Sudan is Islamic, Arab culture predominates and the country is run by a dictator.

  • 4 years ago

    Islam is a minority religion in South Sudan. The last census to mention the religion of southerners dates back to 1956 where a majority were classified as following traditional beliefs or were Christian while 18% were Muslim. In the north, 97% of the population adheres to Islam.

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