See Arab Americans & Arab immigration to the United States. North Williamsburg is an ethnic enclave centered on Israeli ... According to the Arab American Institute the population of people who identify themselves as Arab, grew by 23% between 2000 and ... Arabs. African Americans. Asian Indians. Bangladeshis. Brazilians. Caribbeans. Chinese (Fuzhounese). Filipinos. Irish. Italians ... Arabs[edit]. Several Middle Eastern ethnic groups have immigrated to New York and formed several neighborhoods with a high ...
Role in the Arab Spring[edit]. For the most part, the low-key atmosphere of Garden City and collection of wealthy residents ...
Arab Argentines[edit]. See also: Arab Argentine. Arabs and Argentines with partial Arab ancestry comprise around 4.2%[18] of ... Due to the fact that many Arab countries were under control of the Ottoman Empire by the time the large immigration wave took ... They represent about 3.2 million people, whose ancestry traces back to any of various waves of immigrants, largely of Arab ... Arab, Asian, Gypsy, and African communities contribute to the melting pot. ...
The Arab World Institute (abbreviated "AWI"; French: Institut du Monde Arabe, abbreviated "IMA") is an organization founded in ... The Institute was established as a result of a perceived lack of representation for the Arab world in France, and seeks to ... Within the museum are objects from the Arab world ranging from before Islam through into the twentieth century. One of the main ... "Arab World Institute" - news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this ...
Arab South, Arab Maghreb, Palestine and Party student organisations in Arab and other universities outside the [Arab] homeland ... Arab Ba'ath. Arab Ba'ath Movement. Arab Socialist Movement. Succeeded by. Ba'ath Party. (Iraqi-dominated faction). Ba'ath Party ... The Arab Ba'ath Party merged with the Arab Socialist Movement, led by Akram al-Hawrani, in 1952 to form the Arab Socialist ... This conception of the Arab nation implicitly advantages the Arab contribution to history. On the other hand, Arab decadence ...
... the emergence of Arab Nationalism, Arab Socialism in the context of the Cold War, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Ba'athism, the ... Arab rule[edit]. Main articles: History of Lebanon under Arab rule, Bilad al-Sham, and Muslim conquest of the Levant ... Lords of the Lebanese Marches: Violence and Narrative in an Arab Society, London: I.B. Tauris, 1996. ... "Young in the Arab World: Lebanon". BBC News. February 8, 2005. Retrieved April 2, 2010.. ...
Arab Nationalist[edit]. Ba'athists[edit]. Further information: Ba'ath Party (Iraqi-dominated faction) and Arab Socialist Ba'ath ... "Arab world, Iraq and al-Qaeda , Unfamiliar questions in the Arab air". Economist.com. 24 November 2005. Archived from the ... Who Are the Insurgents? Sunni Arab Rebels in Iraq U.S. Institute of Peace Special Report, April 2005 ... The Army of the Men of the Naqshbandi Order are also a Sunni/Sufi Islamist organisation but are also Iraqi and Arab Nationalist ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. *Amity University Dubai. *Emirates Aviation University. *Khalifa University (ABET) ...
In 2016, Rémy Boucharlat in his paper Qanāt and Falaj: Polycentric and Multi-Period Innovations Iran and the United Arab ... The Arabs' supportive policy on qanats was so successful that even the holy city of Mecca gained a qanat too. The Persian ... Traditionally qanats have been built by hand labor in Arab-speaking areas by a group of skilled laborers, known as muqannīs. ... But the qanats stayed intact, because the economic infrastructure, including qanats was of great importance to the Arabs. As an ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. Main article: United_Arab_Emirates § Political_divisions. Uzbekistan[edit]. Main article: ... The local branches of the ruling party, the Arab Socialist Union (ASU), fostered a certain peasant political activism and ...
Nasser's pan-Arab policies undermined the Copts' strong attachment to and sense of identity about their Egyptian pre-Arab, and ... Betts, Robert B. (1978). Christians in the Arab East: A Political Study (2nd rev. ed.). Athens: Lycabettus Press.. ... Arab Strategic Report 2004-2005)". Archived from the original on 2007-09-12. Retrieved 2007-09-12.. ... In 641 AD, Egypt was conquered by the Arabs who faced off with the Byzantine army. Local resistance by the Egyptians however ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. Dubai Municipality issued a circular (196) in 2014 mandating BIM use for buildings of a certain ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. Main article: Law enforcement in the United Arab Emirates ... Law enforcement in the United Arab Emirates is divided between regionally with each Emirate having its own independent police ... Two supercars operated by the Dubai Police Force of the United Arab Emirates. ...
United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship is a government agency that is responsible for ...
Syrian Arab Republic. 000000001945-10-24-000024 October 1945. Former member: United Arab Republic. ... By notes verbales of 1 and 21 April 1977, the Libyan Arab Republic advised that it had changed its name to the Libyan Arab ... United Arab Republic[edit]. Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser (seated right) and Syrian president Shukri al-Quwatli sign ... United Arab Emirates. 000000001971-12-09-00009 December 1971. ~ !. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. ...
In 2016, Rémy Boucharlat in his paper Qanāt and Falaj: Polycentric and Multi-Period Innovations Iran and the United Arab ... The Arabs' supportive policy on qanats was so successful that even the holy city of Mecca gained a qanat too. The Persian ... But the qanats stayed intact, because the economic infrastructure, including qanats was of great importance to the Arabs. As an ... United Arab Emirates and Oman), foggara/fughara (North Africa).[12] Alternative terms for qanats in Asia and North Africa are ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), it is illegal to provide or use unauthorized VoIP services, to ... Arab states of the GCC[edit]. Oman[edit]. In Oman, it is illegal to provide or use unauthorized VoIP services, to the extent ... On 24 March 2020, the United Arab Emirates loosened restriction on VoIP services earlier prohibited in the country, to ease ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. *Capital city of Abu Dhabi, is a planned city to some extent ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. The United Arab Emirates, while comprising seven distinct entities called emirates, each with its ...
United Arab Emirates[edit]. The World Health Organization ranks cervical cancer as the fourth most frequent cancer among women ...
Syrian Arab Republic 24 October 1945 Former member: United Arab Republic Tajikistan 2 March 1992 Former member: Union of Soviet ... By notes verbales of 1 and 21 April 1977, the Libyan Arab Republic advised that it had changed its name to the Libyan Arab ... United Arab Emirates 9 December 1971 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 24 October 1945 United Kingdom and ... United Arab Republic[edit]. Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser (seated right) and Syrian president Shukri al-Quwatli sign ...
Arab conquests and threats[edit]. Main article: Arab-Byzantine Wars. Arab attacks throughout the empire reduced significantly ...
Arab world and Israel[edit]. Bhutto sought to improve Pakistan's ties with the Arab world, and sided with the Arab world during ... Pakistan's relations with the Arab world represented a watershed.[77] In both Pakistan and the Arab world, Pakistan's swift, ... Bhutto developed close and strengthened the Arab relations, and Sino-Pak relations.[73] Bhutto in believed an independent ... alone 35,000 workers were given the opportunity to work in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.[52] Bhutto used the ...
"Arab news. 2008-03-12. Retrieved 2008-03-12.. *^ "REFILE-UAE's biggest traffic accident kills 3, injures 277". Reuters. 2008-03 ... The Dubai-Abu Dhabi Highway of E 11 links the two largest cities of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The project ... E 11 (Arabic: شارع ﺇ ١١‎) is a highway in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The longest road in the Emirates, it stretches from ... Interchange 4: Towards Mall of the Emirates, Gold & Diamond Park, Madinat Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi Water Park, ...
United Arab Emirates and Qatar[edit]. The UAE has the status in the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie as an ...