At least 95 percent of the population adheres to some form of Islam
5% for Yezidi, Kakai, Jewry, Christians
Then those Christians are made up of Arabs, Kurds and Assyrians. http://education.yahoo.com/reference/factbook/iz/popula.html
Arab 75-80%, Kurdish 15-20%, Turkoman, Assyrian or other 5%
Other than Arabs and Kurds, 5% is Turkoman, Assyrian, Yazidi (they dont count them as Kurds, thanks to succesive Baath (Assyrian) politics).
Muslim (Shi'a 60%-65%, Sunni 32%-37%) 97%, Christian or other 3%
Christian OR Other , that does not necessarily mean Assyrian, there are Kurdish and Arab Christians toohttp://countrystudies.us/iraq/33.htm
The Assyrians are considered to be the third largest ethnic minority in Iraq. Although official Iraqi statistics do not refer to them as an ethnic group, they are believed to represent about 133,000 persons or less than 1 percent of the population.
By your logic it means you have truplicated yourselves like rabbits...... http://www.tlfq.ulaval.ca/AXL/asie/irak.htm
Groupes minoritaires: dialectes arabes (22 %), kurde (18 %), azťri (4 %), assyrien (1,3 %), farsi (1,2 %), turkmŤne (1 %), armťnien (0,27 %), circassien (0,08 %), etc
Although I also don't find WikiPedia to be reliable
Ethnic composition includes:
Arab, 70Ė74%; Kurdish, 22-24%; Turkoman, Assyrian or other 5%.
Religious composition includes:
Muslim, 97%; Christian or other, 3%
3% for any other than Arab or Kurdhttp://people.uleth.ca/~travis.fletcher/pa...emographics.htm
Ethnic groups: Arabs 75-80%, Kurds 15%-20%, Assyrian, Iraqi Turkmen or other 5%
Religions: Muslim 97% (Shi'a 60%-65%, Sunni 32%-37%), Christian or other 3%
The same information on Answer.comhttp://www.answers.com/topic/demographics-of-iraqhttp://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=Iraq
Chaldean Neo-Aramaic [cld] 100,000 to 120,000 in Iraq (1994 Mutzafi).
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic [aii] 30,000 in Iraq (1994).
Even all the different languages they have together make almost 1 or 2 percent today.
Every source in history (unless Assyrian-originated, or made by political christianist groups ) tells us enough.
It is impossible that 10% of Iraq is Christian.
At its highest the Christians make up 5% of Iraq (although nowhere stated), and of those there are many Arabs and Kurds between too.
Not enough?CIA FACTBOOKhttps://www.cia.gov/library/publications/th.../iz.html#People
Arab 75%-80%, Kurdish 15%-20%, Turkoman, Assyrian or other 5%
Muslim 97% (Shi'a 60%-65%, Sunni 32%-37%), Christian or other 3%