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English: Muslim majority countries classified by constitutional role for religion.
   State religion
   Secular state
   Unclear / No declaration
العربية: الدول ذات الأغلبية المسلمة مصنفة بحسب التعريف الدستوري. إما دولة إسلامية، وإما الدين الرسمي للدولة هو الإسلام، وإما دولة علمانية، وإما لا ذكر للديانة في الدستور.
   دولة إسلامية
   دين الدولة
   دولة علمانية
   بدون إعلان
עברית: מדינות בעלות רוב מוסלמי מחולקות על פי היחס החוקתי אל הדת
   מדינה איסלאמית
   הדת הרישמית במדינה
   מדינה חילונית
   ללא הכרזה
Español: Países de mayoría musulmana clasificados por función constitucional de la religión.
   Estado islámico
   Religión de Estado
   Estado laico
   Sin declaración
Русский: Конституционный статус религии в странах с преобладанием мусульманского населения.
   Исламское государство
   Государственная религия
   Светское государство
   Не указано
Türkçe: Dinin anayasa üzerindeki rolüne göre sınıflandırılmış Müslüman çoğunluklu ülkeler.
   İslam devleti
   Devlet dini
   Laik devlet
   Beyan yok
اردو: مسلم-اکثریتی ممالک کی درجہ بندی، بلحاظ دستوری (آئینی) کردار برائے مذہب
   اسلامی مملکت
   اسلام، بطور ریاستی مذہب
   مذہب کا ذکر نہیں کیا گیا
   لا دین ریاست
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Islamic states[ ]

State religion[ ]

Unclear / No declaration[ ]

Secular state[ ]

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