Djibouti is a country in east Africa. In Djibouti, 95 percent of the people practice the Islamic religion. In Djibouti Religion, there is no constraint on the practicing of other religions. In the country about one percent of the people belong to other religion like the Roman Catholic, or to the Baha’i Faith or Protestant.
The only Djibouti Holiday that falls in the category of non-Muslim holiday is that of Christmas, which is celebrated in the country with glory. The religions of Djibouti also consist of minorities in Orthodox Greek and Protestant. Roman Catholicism is also practiced in Djibouti. In Djibouti, there is no state religion and the political parties do not support or oppose any particular religion.
The Somali society and the Afar believe in the Islamic faith. For the Catholics of the country there is one bishopric. There are as such no holy places for the Islamic people in the country. There are tombs of saints at Djibouti where the people go to show respect and pay homage.
Both Islamic and Christianity guidelines follow the belief that souls are immortal and they either go to heaven or move down to hell. The dead bodies of the persons following both Islamic religion and Christianity are buried under the ground.