عربلر

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
(عرب-دن يوْل‌لاندیریلمیش)
Arabs
عَرَب ('arab)
اهالی سایی‌سی
حدود 450 million (2011 est.)[۱]
چوْخلی اهالی اولان بؤلگه‌لر
عرب بیرلیگی   430,000,000[۲][۳]
Significant Arab diaspora
(including partial ancestry)
برزیل12,000,000[۴][a]
فرانسه6,000,000[۶]
اندونزی5,000,000[۷]
تورکیه5,000,000[b][۸][۹][۱۰][۱۱]
آمریکا بیرلشمیش ایالتلری3,500,000[۱۲]
آرژانتین1,300,000–3,500,000[۱۳]
ايسرائيل (native)1,700,000[۱۴]
ونزوئلا1,600,000[۱۵]
کولومبیا1,500,000[۱۶]
ایران (native)1,500,000[۱۷]
چاد (native)1,493,410[۱۸]
Mexico1,100,000[۱۹]
Germany1,000,000+[۲۰][۲۱]
Chile700,000[۲۲]
Italy680,000[۲۳]
United Kingdom366,769[۲۴]
Canada380,620 (2011 Census)[۲۵]
Netherlands180,000[۲۶]
Australia350,000[۲۷]
Ecuador100,000–250,000[۲۸]
Honduras150,000–200,000[۲۹]
دیل‌لری
عرب دیلی
دین‌لری
Predominantly: ایسلام

(سونیلر ·شیعه ·صوفی‌لیک ·اباضیه ·Alawite)
Sizable minority: مسیحیت
(Greek Orthodox ·Greek Catholic)
Smaller minority: Other monotheistic religions (Druze ·بهایی‌لیک)

Historically: Arabian mythology
مربوط اولان قومی قروپلار
Other آفروآسیا دیللری, especially Semitic peoples such as Assyrians and یهودیلر[۳۰][۳۰][۳۱][۳۲][۳۳][۳۴]<

a Arab ethnicity should not be confused with non-Arab ethnicities that are also native to the Arab world.
b Not all Arabs are Muslims and not all Muslims are Arabs. An Arab can follow any religion or irreligion.
c Arab identity is defined independently of religious identity.
عرب بیرلیگینه داخیل دؤولتلر توند یاشیل، عرب اولمایان لاکین بیرلییه داخیل اولان بؤلگه‌لر آچیق یاشیل و عربجه دانیشیلما نیسبتی آشاغی عوضولر سومالی و جیبوتی تارالی یاشیل.

عرب آفریقا و آسیا قیطعه‌لرینده کومپاکت شکیلده یاشایان،دونیانین ان بؤیوک خالقلاریندان بیری. سعودی عربیستانیندا، سوریه‌ده، اوردوندا، عراقدا، یمنده، عوماندا، میصیرده، سوداندان (اهالیسینین 1/2 – نی تشکیل ائدیرلر)، الجزایرده، لیبیده، تونیسده و س. اهالینین اکثریتینی تشکیل ائدیرلر . دونیادا سایلاری تخمیناً 311.648 میلیون نفردیر.[۳۶] حاضیردا دونیادا 21 موستقیل عرب دؤولتی وار .[۳۷]

عربلرین سویو[دَییشدیر]

ابراهیم پئیغمبر نسلیندن دیلر.

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نوتلار
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  2. ^ Including recent Syrian refugees
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