Islam is the official religion of Brunei Darussalam and has been since the 14th century. Islam is fully practiced in daily life in line with Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) philosophy. Two-thirds of the population adheres to Islam. However, Brunei also practices religious tolerance as underwritten by the constitution. Other faiths practiced in the State include Christianity and Buddhism.
The Ministry of Religious Affairs
oversees religious matters under Islam including the following: management, of Islamic teachings, education, Islamic law, law enforcement, collection and distribution of zakat alms
, asset donation (aset-aset wakaf) and in which relates to regional collaboration in the field of Islamic affairs.