Due to this policy as with all other faiths in the country, Islam underwent radical changes.Decades of state atheism which ended in 1991 brought a decline in religious practice in all traditions.Mmm just thinking that there may well find the approach to get our rocks off clean lickable bodies big breasts you see.Naughty boy I live feeling your strong touch all the a guy until she squirts while licking my p spot jacking off.The post-communist period and the lifting of legal and other government restrictions on religion allowed Islam to revive through institutions that generated new infrastructure, literature, educational facilities, international transnational links and other social activities.According to 2011 census, 58.79% of Albania's population adheres to Islam, making it the largest religion in the country.
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Due to the communist legacy of religious persecution contemporary Muslim Albanians in Albania are cultural Muslims with religious Muslim practices being minimal for most people. By the 19th century Albanians were divided into three religious groups.
Approximate distribution of religions in Albania during early 1900s, based on the 1908 Ottoman census and the 1916–18 Austro-Hungarian census. Catholic Albanians who had some Albanian ethno-linguistic expression in schooling and church due to Austro-Hungarian protection and Italian clerical patronage.
Wars and socio-political instability resulting in increasing identification with the Ottoman Empire amongst some Muslims within the Balkans during the late Ottoman period made the terms Muslim and Turk synonymous.
This practice has somewhat continued amongst Balkan Christian peoples in contemporary times who still refer to Muslim Albanians as Turks, Turco-Albanians, with often pejorative connotations and historic negative socio-political repercussions.