مردم امهارا

از ویکی‌پدیا، دانشنامهٔ آزاد
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
امهارا
አማራ (امهری )
مناطق با جمعیت قابل توجه
اتیوپی ۱۹٬۸۶۷٬۸۱۷
ایالات متحده آمریکا 195,260[۱]
اسرائیل over 144,000[۲]
کانادا 18,020[۳][۴][۵]
انگلستان 8,620[۶]
آلمان 5,600[۷]
استرالیا 4,515[۸]
فنلاند ۱٬۵۱۵ (امهری زبانان)[۹]
زبان‌ها
زبان امهری
دین
اکثریت(۸۰–۸۵٪): ارتدوکسی مشرقی (ارتودوکس اتیوپیایی)
اقلیت(۱۵–۲۰٪): اسلام (سنی), یهودیت
گروه‌های قومی مرتبط

مردمان امهارا یا حبشی‌ها یک گروه قومی هستند که از دیر زمانی در بلندی‌های اتیوپی می‌زیسته‌اند.

منابع[ویرایش]

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