Mamasani in Iran

Joshua Project has identified the Mamasani only in Iran






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Main Language


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Global Prayer Digest: 2010-11-28
People Name General Mamasani
People Name in Country Mamasani
Population in Iran 120,000
World Population 120,000
Countries 1
Progress Scale 1.1
Least-Reached Yes
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names
Affinity Bloc Persian-Median
People Cluster Luri-Bakhtiari
People Name General Mamasani
Ethnic Code CNT24z
People ID 18382
Country Iran
Region Central Asia
Continent Asia
10/40 Window Yes
Persecution Rank 7  (Open Doors top 50 rank, 1 = highest persecution ranking)
Location in Country Kohgiluyeh va Boyerahmad Province (Yasuj is center of Boyerahmadi, Dehdasht is center of Kohgiluyeh), east Khuzestan Province (Kohgiluyeh), northwest Fars Province (Nurabad is center of Mamasani, Shul is center of Shuli), Shiraz.   Source:  Ethnologue 2010

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Languages & Dialects on file:  1  (up to 20 largest shown)
Luri, Southern: Mamasani (120,000)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Luri, Southern: Mamasani 120,000
For Primary Language: Luri, Southern

Bible Translation Status  (Years)
Bible Portions No
New Testament No
Complete Bible No
Resource Format
Audio Bible teaching (GRN) Audio Recordings
Primary Religion: Islam

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Christianity  (Evangelical 0.00 %)
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Ethnic Religions
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100.00 %
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Christian Segments Percent
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Other Christian
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Roman Catholic
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