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Ghasi (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  461,000
Status: Unreached
Berber, Imazighen of Morocco
Population:  2,742,000
Status: Unreached
Lodha (Hindu traditions) of India
Population:  6,717,000
Status: Unreached
Jotoni of Mali
Population:  17,000
Status: Unreached
Fulani, Pulaar of Gambia
Population:  6,900
Status: Unreached
Pashayi, Southeast of Afghanistan
Population:  511,000
Status: Unreached
Amdo, Rongba of China
Population:  161,000
Status: Unreached
Amazigh, Djerba of Tunisia
Population:  10,000
Status: Unreached
Mwani of Mozambique
Population:  150,000
Status: Unreached
Konda Dhora of India
Population:  234,000
Status: Unreached

Mission Question
How many Muslim people groups in South Asia are larger than 1,000,000 in size?  Answer ...

Unreached Peoples Fact
The largest people cluster is the Chinese (1,327,000,000), followed by the Hindi (367,000,000), and Hispanic (355,000,000).  More Mission Facts ...


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