List of secular states in the world

What does secular state mean?

The secular state is a form of government that claims to be equal to all religions and can believe in the religion that all citizens want. Secularism is described by some as a good form of government, but the truth is not.

Most people describe themselves as believers. Atheism is not accepted by the majority, but when we look at the lifestyle of the same group, we see that it is not very different from an atheist. The most important reason for this is a secular life style which is spreading to society as a sneaky disease.

Why is secularism so widespread?

Most countries around the world have secular forms of governance. The biggest reason for this is the project of creating a consumer society organized globally. Societies with sound religious values do not do what international companies and market investors want. But a secular society can be guided by power holders.

If you pay attention to the map below, there are rich countries such as England, Norway, Iceland and Greece among non-secular countries. Among secular countries, China, North Korea and Africa have a large number of countries. As we have seen, secularism has nothing to do with development or backwardness. The claim that secular countries are rich and developed is completely unrealistic.

Secular States Map :

Secular State Lists :

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North america secular states : 

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