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To comply with Wikipedia's guidelines, the introduction of this article may need to be rewritten. Please discuss this issue on the talk page and read the layout guide to make sure the section will be inclusive of all essential details. (May 2010) According to the most recent census (2001), the population's religious affiliation consists of Church of God, 24 percent; Seventh-day Adventist, 11 percent; Pentecostal, 10 percent; Baptist, 7 percent; Anglican, 4 percent; Roman Catholic, 2 percent; United Church, 2 percent; Methodist, 2 percent; Jehovah's Witnesses, 2 percent; Moravian, 1 percent; Brethren, 1 percent; unstated, 3 percent; and "other," 10 percent.[1] The category "other" includes 24,020 Rastafarians, an estimated 5,000 Muslims, 1,453 Hindus, approximately 350 Jews, and 279 Baha'is. The census reported that 21 percent claimed no religious affiliation.[1] Popular religions in Jamaica include christianity, Islam, Bahá'í Faith with perhaps 8000 Bahá'ís[4] and 21 Local Spiritual Assemblies,[5] Buddhism, and Hinduism.[6] There is also a small population of around 200 Jews forming the Shaare Shalom Synagogue in Kingston, who describe themselves as Liberal-Conservative.[7] The first Jews in Jamaica trace their roots back to early 15th century Spain and Portugal.[8] Islam in Jamaica estimate a total Muslim population of 5,000.[2] Contents 1 Rastafari movement 2 Other religions 3 Religious freedom 4 References // Rastafari movement See also: Rastafari movement This section requires expansion. Other religions See also: Islam in Jamaica, History of the Jews in Jamaica, Bahá'í Faith in Jamaica, and Obeah Other popular religions in Jamaica include Islam, Bahá'í Faith with perhaps 8000 Bahá'ís[2] and 21 Local Spiritual Assemblies,[3] Buddhism, and Hinduism.[4] There is also a small population of around 200 Jews forming the Shaare Shalom Synagogue in Kingston, who describe themselves as Liberal-Conservative.[5] The first Jews in Jamaica trace their roots back to early 15th century Spain and Portugal.[6] Islam in Jamaica estimate a total Muslim population of 5,000.[7] Religious freedom Jamaica's constitution provides for freedom of religion, and other laws and policies contribute to the generally free practice of religion.[1] The law at all levels protects this right in full against abuse, either by governmental or private actors. The Government generally respects religious freedom in practice.[1] In 2008, the U.S. government learned of no reports of societal abuses or discrimination based on religious affiliation, belief, or practice.[1] References ^ a b c d e International Religious Freedom Report 2008: Jamaica. U.S. Department of State (2008)  This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain. ^ "Map Source: www.worldmap.org". 2007. http://www.worldmap.org/maps/other/profiles/jamaica/Jamaica%20Profile.doc.  ^ Bahá'í International Community (2006-08-11). "Jamaicans celebrate 4th National Baha'i Day". Bahá'í World News Service. http://news.bahai.org/story/468.  ^ religiousintelligence.co.uk, religiousfreedom.lib.virginia.edu ^ Haruth Communications, Harry Leichter. "Jamaican Jews". Haruth.com. http://www.haruth.com/JewsJamaica.html. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  ^ Dawes, Mark (2003-06-10). publisher=Gleaner Co. "Jews hold firm Life goes on in Old Synagogue". http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20030610/mind/mind2.html/ publisher=Gleaner Co.. Retrieved 2007-12-15. [dead link] ^ "Jamaica". State.gov. 2007-09-14. http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2007/90259.htm. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  v • d • e Religion in Jamaica Bahá'í  · Bedwardism  · Christianity (see below)  · Islam  · Judaism  · Obeah  · Rastafari Catholicism  · Protestantism Anglican  · Baptist  · Brethren  · Church of God  · Jehovah's Witness  · Methodist  · Moravian  · Pentecostal  · Seventh-day Adventist  · United Church v • d • e Religion in the Americas North America · South America Sovereign states Antigua and Barbuda · Argentina · Bahamas · Barbados · Belize · Bolivia · Brazil · Canada · Chile · Colombia · Costa Rica · Cuba · Dominica · Dominican Republic · Ecuador · El Salvador · Grenada · Guatemala · Guyana · Haiti · Honduras · Jamaica · Mexico · Nicaragua · Panama · Paraguay · Peru · Saint Kitts and Nevis · Saint Lucia · Saint Vincent and the Grenadines · Suriname · Trinidad and Tobago · United States · Uruguay · Venezuela Dependencies and other territories Anguilla · Aruba · Bermuda · Bonaire · British Virgin Islands · Cayman Islands · Curaçao · Falkland Islands · French Guiana · Greenland · Guadeloupe · Martinique · Montserrat · Navassa Island · Puerto Rico · Saint Barthélemy · Saint Martin · Saint Pierre and Miquelon · Saba · Sint Eustatius · Sint Maarten · South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands · Turks and Caicos Islands · US Virgin Islands