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Ever hear of a "secret Iraqi religion"?
long time ago at CWE, at that time nobody could answer your question S4

This time, I tried "Yahoo" Search, and came up with the following information:

Yazidis: 500,000---- 2% of population http://i-cias.com/e.o/uyazidism.htm

Mandeans: 30,000-- 0.12% of population http://i-cias.com/e.o/mandeans.htm

Baha'i: 3,000--------- 0.01% of population http://i-cias.com/e.o/bahai.htm

Islamic Sects
56% Shia
37% Sunni

Christians (various): 5.2%

Link to homepage: http://i-cias.com/e.o/iraq_4.htm
Kamil,

No,the one I mention is literally secret. In the book,"Plan of Attack" by Bob Woodward,he describes adherents of the religion and their guru had infiltrated lots of Iraq's internal security organs and had started about 2 weeks prior to invading giving our CIA inside info.

He used the term "secret religion",so it wouldn't be something we can read of yet.
Just to wander a little. There are those that hold that Atheism is in and of itself a religion, and that Communism is church within the religion of atheism. Thus a Secret Religion

Consider that Religion also means: a cause, principle, or system of beliefs held with faith and strong feeling.

Follow this logic trail to a Religion of Spy's gathered for the purpose of obtaining information, and for boring into the infrastructure from within.
Ahmad Chalabi was reputed to be one of them.