Carabta

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Carabta
العرب
Al-ʿArab
Tirada guud ee dadka
c. 430 – c. 450 million[1]
Meelaha ay ku badan yihiin
 Arab League 423 milyan[2]
 Brazil 9,000,000[3]
Flag of France.svg Faransiiska 5,880,000[4]
Arjentiin 4,500,000[5]
 United States 3,500,000[6]
 Turkiga 1.800.000 -2.600.000[7]
Flag of Israel.svg Israaiil 1,700,000
 Venezuela 1,600,000[8]
 Kolombiya 1,500,000[9]
Flag of Iran.svg Iiraan 1,500,000[10]
 Talyaaniga 1,500,000[11]
Flag of Chad.svg Jad 1,400,000[12]
 Meksiko 1,100,000 [13]
Flag of Chile.svg Jili 1,000,000[14]
 Ingiriiska 500,000 [15]
 Germany 500,000[16]
 Canada 450,000 [17]
 Holland 480,000[18]
 Australia 350,000[19]
Flag of Honduras.svg Honduras 275,000 [20]
Luqada

Noocyo badan Af Carabi ah, Lahjado Suuqi ah,[21][22] Af Faransiis, Af Ingiriis, Af Yuhuudi, Razihi

Diinta

Ugu badan Sunni (sidoo kale Shiico, Ibadi Islam); tiro yar Masiixiyad, Druzes, Bahá'í, noocyo kale,[23] iyo khuraafaad[24][25]

Dadka ay dhalyo wadagaan

Kuwo kale fiiri Dadka Afroasiatic

Carabta (Af-Carabi: عرب, ‘Carab) waa qoomiyad dad ah kuwaasi oo leh asal, isir, farac iyo tafiir kala duwan; isla markaana leh diin iyo dhaqan kala duwan laakiin dhammaantood kuwada hadla Luuqada Af Carabiga.[26] Intaas waxaa dheer, dadka Carabta ahi waxay intooda u badan degan yihiin Galbeedka Aasiya, Waqooyiga Afrika, iyo meelo ka mid ah Geeska Afrika.


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  2. total population 450 million, CIA Factbook estimates an Arab population of 450 million, see article text.
  3. "Saudi Aramco World : The Arabs of Brazil". saudiaramcoworld.com. Of Brazil’s 186 million inhabitants, an estimated nine million, or five percent, can point to roots in the Middle East 
  4. "France's ethnic minorities: To count or not to count". The Economist. 26 March 2009. Retrieved 12 July 2013. 
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  9. "Las mil y una historias" (in Spanish). semana.com. 2004.  There is an estimated population of 1,500,000 Arabs in Colombia.
  10. "Iran". Archived from the original on 24 April 2013. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  11. "Islam in Italy - Euro-Islam: News and Analysis on Islam in Europe and North America". www.euro-islam.info. Retrieved 2016-02-09. 
  12. "Iran". Archived from the original on 24 April 2013. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  13. Ben Cahoon. "World Statesmen.org". World Statesmen.org. Retrieved 2011-09-17. 
  14. Template:Es icon En Chile viven unas 700.000 personas de origen árabe y de ellas 500.000 son descendientes de emigrantes palestinos que llegaron a comienzos del siglo pasado y que constituyen la comunidad de ese origen más grande fuera del mundo árabe.
  15. Anthony McRoy. "The British Arab". National Association of British Arabs. Retrieved 17 April 2012. 
  16. http://www.cz-herborn.de/arabische/
  17. "Statistics Canada". Statistics Canada. Retrieved 2013-07-16. 
  18. Luqman B. Abdulaahi
  19. "Monash University Research Repository" (PDF). Retrieved 24 March 2015. 
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  22. Serge D. Elie, "Hadiboh: From Peripheral Village to Emerging City", Chroniques Yéménites: "In the middle, were the Arabs who originated from different parts of the mainland (e.g., prominent Mahrî tribes10, and individuals from Hadramawt, and Aden)". Footnote 10: "Their neighbors in the West scarcely regarded them as Arabs, though they themselves consider they are of the pure stock of Himyar."
  23. Sharif, William (2010). Christianity, Islam and Secular Criticism. p. 44. 
  24. Medieval Islamic Civilization: An Encyclopedia - Page 332, Josef W. Meri - 2005
  25. An Introduction to the Baha'i Faith - Page 88, Peter Smith - 2008
  26. Ghazi Omar Tadmouri (17 March 2011). "Genetic Disorders in Arabs" (PDF). Centre for Arab Genomic Studies. Retrieved 4 December 2013.