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  1. › wiki › ArabsArabs - Wikipedia

    a Arab ethnicity should not be confused with non-Arab ethnicities that are also native to the Arab world. But there are instances in which some non-Arab ethnicities native to the Arab world simultaneously identify as Arab and another non-Arab ethnicity through either cultural assimilation (partial/incomplete Arabization within certain communities), or as a pan-ethnic identity, as well as ...

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  2. Idioma árabe - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Idioma árabe El árabe, también llamado arábigo, 8 arabía, 9 o algarabía 10 (en árabe, العربية ‎ al-ʻarabīyah o عربي/عربى ʻarabī, pronunciación: [alʕaraˈbijja] o [ˈʕarabiː] ), es una macrolengua de la familia semítica, como el arameo, el hebreo, el acadio, el maltés y similares.

  3. Arab - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 34°19′40″N 86°29′55″O ( mapa) Arab Arab es una ciudad ubicada en los condados de Cullman y Marshall en el estado estadounidense de Alabama. En el año 2000 tenía una población de 7.691 habitantes y una densidad poblacional de 215,4 personas por km² . Índice 1 Geografía 2 Demografía 3 Referencias

  4. › wiki › Arab_worldArab world - Wikipedia

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    The linguistic and political denotation inherent in the term Arab is generally dominant over genealogical considerations. In Arab states, Standard Arabic is used by the government. Local vernacular languages are referred to as Darija (الدَّارِجَة "everyday/colloquial language") in the Maghreb or Aammiyya (لعَامِيَّة "common language") in the Mashre...

    In the Arab world, Modern Standard Arabic, derived from Classical Arabic (symptomatic of Arabic diglossia), serves as an official language in the Arab League states, and Arabic dialects are used as lingua franca. Various indigenous languages are also spoken, which predate the spread of the Arabic language. This contrasts with the situation in the w...

    Early history

    The Arabs historically originate as a Central Semitic group in southern Levant and northern Arabian peninsula. Arab tribes and federations such as Nabataeans, Tanukhids, Salihids, Ghassanids, and numerous other groups were prevalent in southern Levant (Syrian Desert) and northern Arabia. Their expansion beyond Arabia and the Syrian desert is due to the Muslim conquests of the 7th and 8th centuries. Iraq was conquered in 633, Levant(modern Syria, Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon ) between...

    Ottoman and colonial rule

    The Arab Abbasid Caliphate fell to the Mongol invasions in the 13th century. Egypt, the Levant and Hejaz also came under the Turkish Mamluk Sultanate. By 1570, the Turkish Ottoman Empire controlled most of the Arab world. However, Morocco remained under the rule of the Zenata Wattasid dynasty, which was succeeded by the Saadi dynasty in the 16th to 17th centuries. The Ajuran Sultanatealso held sway in the southern part of the Horn region. The sentiment of Arab nationalism arose in the second...

    Rise of Arab nationalism

    The Arab League was formed in 1945 to represent the interests of the Arabs, and especially to pursue the political unification of the Arab world, a project known as Pan-Arabism.There were some short-lived attempts at such unification in the mid-20th century, notably the United Arab Republic of 1958 to 1961.The Arab League's main goal is to unify politically the Arab populations so defined. Its permanent headquarters are located in Cairo. However, it was moved temporarily to Tunis during the 1...

    The Arab World stretches across more than 13,000,000 square kilometres (5,000,000 sq mi) of North Africa and the part of North-East Africa and South-West Asia. The eastern part of the Arab world is called the Mashriq. Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania are the Maghreb or Maghrib. The term "Arab" often connotes the Arabian Peninsula, bu...

    Baumann, Andrea (2006). Influences of culture on the styles of business behaviour between Western and Arab managers. Norderstedt, Germany: GRIN. ISBN 978-3-638-86642-2.
    Deng, Francis Mading (1995). War of visions: Conflict of identities in the Sudan. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution. ISBN 0-8157-1794-6.
    Frishkopf, Michael (2010). "Introduction: Music and media in the Arab world and Music and media in the Arab world as music and media in the Arab world: A metadiscourse". In Frishkopf, Michael (ed.)...
    Hourani, Albert Habib (1991). A History of the Arab Peoples. Cambridge, Mass.: Warner Books. ISBN 978-0-674-39565-7.
    Ajl, Max. Imperialism and Class in the Arab World (September 2016), Monthly Review
    Ayalon, Amy (1987). Language and change in the Arab Middle East: the evolution of modern political discourse Studies in Middle Eastern history. Oxford University Press US. ISBN 978-0-19-504140-8.
    Hourani, Albert (1983). Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age, 1798–1939. Rev., with a new preface. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press. x, 406 p. ISBN 0-521-27423-0pbk.
    Tausch, Arno. A Look at International Survey Data About Arab Opinion (31 January 2014). "A look at recent (2013) international survey data about Arab opinion," Middle East Review of International A...
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  5. الولايات المتّحدة الأمريكيّة هي جمهورية دستورية فيدرالية تضم خمسين ولاية ومنطقة العاصمة الاتحادية. تقع معظم البلاد في وسط أمريكا الشمالية ، حيث تقع 48 ولاية وواشنطن العاصمة بين المحيط الهادي والمحيط الأطلسي وتحدها كندا شمالا والمكسيك جنوبا. تقع ولاية ألاسكا في الشمال الغربي من القارة، وتحدها كندا شرقا وروسيا غربا عبر مضيق بيرينغ.

  6. Debido a la extensión de la lengua árabe por todo Oriente Medio y el norte de África a partir del siglo VIII, modernamente suelen considerarse árabes las personas que tienen como lengua materna el árabe, sea cual sea su origen o su religión, y por extensión los naturales de los llamados países árabes, 29 30

  7. › wiki › Saudi_ArabiaSaudi Arabia - Wikipedia

    السعودية. Saudi Arabia, [c] officially the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ( KSA ), [d] is a country on the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. It has a land area of about 2,150,000 km 2 (830,000 sq mi), making it the fifth-largest country in Asia, the second-largest in the Arab world, and the largest in Western Asia.