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However, returns of Serbian Orthodox adherents and Muslims in recent years to their prewar homes in western Bosnia and Muslims to their prewar homes in eastern Bosnia have shifted the ethnoreligious composition in both areas.For example, the prewar population of the eastern RS town of Bratunac was 64% Bosniak.In a 2009 Gallup poll, 77% of respondents in Bosnia and Herzegovina answered 'yes' to the question "Is religion an important part of your daily life? In 1800 40% of Bosnians were Orthodox and nearly half were Muslim.Islam peaked in 1600 when three-quarters of Bosnians followed it.
At the end of the period covered by this report, the Government was implementing the State Law on Religious Freedom to protect the rights of religious communities and create a government registry allowing them to establish legal status.
They want it because they know how life looks like when there is no support and protection. And I also mentioned the way they look at gender roles. Traditions are more important than modern “values”.
Heck, this country is so traditional that it’s hard for women to join sports clubs or a gym.
I don’t know why, but the whole freaking country is smoking 24/7. No poverty, no unemployment, no abusive relationships with alcoholic men who are depressed because they can’t find a job…that’s a good start. It just sucks if you want to get their phone numbers. Here it is: Do not, under no circumstances, talk about the war. Just imagine how a war in your country would change your way of thinking.
The good news is that there are a lot of things you’ll love about them: Let’s be honest. The women in Sarajevo and even in smaller towns Give her a compliment and you’ll see a happy girl. Sorry my Muslim friends, but this chapter is for the Christian guys.
However, local authorities sometimes restricted the right to worship of adherents of religious groups in areas where such persons are in the minority.