An Arab family

Arabs are a major panethnic group, with 463,450,000 people across the world claiming Arab descent. Arabs can refer to the Bedouin from the Arabian Peninsula, the Phoenicians of the Levant whom they assimilated into their culture, the Nilotic Egyptians also assimilated into their culture, Berbers in North Africa, Tuaregs in the Sahara region, mixed-race Arabs along the Red Sea and Swahili Coast regions, and Druze people in Israel, Syria, and Lebanon. The majority of Arabs are Muslim, with most of the Muslims being Sunni and a minority being Shia or Druze. Christianity and Bahaism are minor, with most Arab Christians living outside of the Arab World.

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