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Jul 3, 2010 @ 9:09 am
- Marriage and Family Marriage. As Muslims, Yakan men are allowed to have four wives, but polygyny is becoming increasingly rare. Most Yakans have only one wife, although some have two and a very few have three or more. Formerly marriages were arranged by Yakan - Religion and Expressive Culture. Religious Beliefs. The Yakan are Muslims, but many beliefs and practices deriving from an older religion are still.
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Jan 28, 2013 @ 9:21 pm
Wha are the out pet of yakan? And what is the product of yakan?

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