Arab Identity

Some articles on arab identity, identity, arab, arabs:

Arab History - Identity
... Arab identity is defined independently of religious identity, and pre-dates the rise of Islam, with historically attested Arab Christian kingdoms and Arab Jewish tribes ... Today, however, most Arabs are Muslim, with a minority adhering to other faiths, largely Christianity ... Arabs are generally Sunni, Shia, or Zaydi Muslims, but currently, 7.1 percent to 10 percent of Arabs are Arab Christians ...
Butrus Al-Bustani - Role in Al-Nahda
... with the Protestant Missionaries in their attempt of proselytizing and educating Arab Christians in the Levant ... of education and began to express publicly the need for an Arabic identity that would be reflected in all spheres of society ... In a lecture, β€œon the literature of the Arabs”, given in February 1859 ...
Maronite People - Identity - Support For Lebanese Nationalism
... When Muslim Arab nationalists backed by Gamel Abdel Nasser tried to overthrow the then Christian dominated government in power, due to displeasure at the ... Saqr summarized his party's view on the Arab Identity on their official ideological manifesto by stating β€œ Lebanon will remain, as always, Lebanese without any labels ... of the Middle East and a new Middle East would emerge, which is clean from Arabs and Arabism ...
Pharaonism - Arab Identity
... This Arab nationalist sentiment increased exponentially after the Egyptian Revolution of 1952 ... The primary leaders of the Revolution, Muhammad Naguib, and Gamal Abdel Nasser, were staunch Arab nationalists who stressed that pride in Egypt's individual indigenous identity was entirely consistent ... It was during Naguib's tenure as leader that Egypt adopted the Arab Liberation Flag to symbolise the country's links to the rest of the Arab World ...
Arab People - Identity
... Arab identity is defined independently of religious identity, and pre-dates the rise of Islam, with historically attested Arab Christian kingdoms and Arab Jewish tribes ... Today, however, most Arabs are Muslim, with a minority adhering to other faiths, largely Christianity ... Arabs are generally Sunni, Shia, or Zaydi Muslims, but currently, 7.1 percent to 10 percent of Arabs are Arab Christians ...

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