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In Saudi Arabia, is it legal to openly practice any religion other than Islam?

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Per the U.S. State Department travel guide to Saudi Arabia: "The government prohibits the public practice of religions other than Islam. Non-Muslims suspected of violating these restrictions have been jailed. Church services in private homes have been raided, and participants have been jailed. Public display of non-Islamic religious articles, such as crosses and Bibles, is not permitted."

DocumentationState Department Travel GuideH/T: Andrew McCarthy

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