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Arabs in Serbia

Arabs in Serbia
Арапи у Србији
Regions with significant populations
Belgrade
Languages
Arabic, Serbian
Religion
Islam and Christianity
Related ethnic groups
see Arab diaspora

Arabs in Serbia (Serbian: Арапи у Србији) are mostly expatriates from a range of Arab countries, particularly Lebanon, Syria, the Palestinian Territories, Iraq, and Jordan; and also small groups from Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya and Sudan. Lebanese and Syrian citizens were the first Arabs to arrive in modern Serbia. As a result of the Arab Spring and the Syrian Civil War, many have the status of refugees or illegal immigrants, trying to immigrate to Western Europe.

Contents

  • Iraqi citizens 1
  • Syrian citizens 2
  • Culture 3
  • People 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Iraqi citizens

Most of the Iraqis in Serbia are educated people, and they view Serbia as a "friendly and brotherly" country.[1]

Syrian citizens

By the first half of 2013, 432 citizens of Syria had requested asylum in Serbia.[2]

Culture

Community members adhere to Islam (see also Islam in Serbia) and Eastern Christianity.

People

  • Muhamed Jusufspahić, mufti, born in Belgrade; Bosniak father and Egyptian mother[3]
  • Josif Al Said, MMA fighter,[4] born in Belgrade; Jordanian father and Serbian mother

See also

References

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  4. ^ http://www.muskimagazin.com/2011/04/16/josif-al-said-pobeda-je-moj-cilj/
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