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Jordan

Constitution as adopted on 1 January 1952.

Article 2

    Islam shall be the religion of the state and the Arabic language shall be its official language.

Article 6

    (i) Jordanians shall be equal before the law. There shall be no discrimination between them as regards their rights and duties, on grounds of race, language or religion.

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