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The Arabs (Arabic: عَرَبِيٌّ, romanized: ‘arabī, Arabic pronunciation: [ˈʕarabi]) are the people who emerged in the historical Arabian Peninsula and fused with societies such as the Ancient Egyptians, Berbers and Persians, and today the majority of the Arab world is home.[[ 16] Arabs live outside the Arab world mostly in Western Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and the western Indian Ocean islands (including the Comoros). They also live in significant numbers in the Americas, Western Europe, Indonesia, Israel, Turkey and Iran.[17] They live in Adana, Mersin, Hatay, Urfa, Mardin, Siirt and some provinces of the Southeastern Anatolia Region in Turkey. There is also an Arab population in Muş. The current head of the Arab League is Ahmed Abu Gayt.

origin of the Arabic name
The Arabic name was first encountered in Assyrian sources in history. The Assyrians called the Semitic communities that lived as nomads in the deserts of the region today called Arabia, Arabaya. This name was later changed and took the Arabic form.

ancestry of arabs
Most genealogists divide Arabs into 2 groups: Arab-i Baide and Arab-i Bakiye. What is meant by Baide is the Arabian tribes that lived in the Arabian peninsula and became extinct before Islam. Some of these tribes are Ad, Thamud and Amalika. The Arabs of Baku are the sons of Ya’rub bin Kahtan and the sons of Mead bin Adnan, who learned Arabic from the Arabs of Baide. This group is also called Arab-ı Müstaribe ve Mütearribe. When Kahtan and his entourage settled in Yemen, they mingled with the people there and became Arabs. According to a rumor, Ya’rub spoke Syriac and later on, when his language changed to Arabic, they became Arab.[18]

According to another classification, Arabs are divided into three groups: These are Arab-ı Baide (Arabic: عرب بائدة), Arab-ı Aribe (Arabic: عرب عاربة) and Arab-ı Müstaribe (Arabic: عرب مستعربة). It is called Arab-ı Bakıye (Arabic: عرب باقية). As mentioned in the Old Testament, Arab-ı Aribe came from the lineage of Kahtan.[19] They are considered genuine Arabs. They are located in Yemen and in the south of the Arabian Peninsula. Arab-ı Müstaribe, on the other hand, is a community settled in Necid, Hijaz and the north of the Arabian Peninsula, descended from Mead. They were not originally Arabs, but later became Arabs.[20]

pre-Islamic
Arabs established some states before Islam (Himyrias, Gassanids, Nabataean Kingdom, etc.). However, due to the conditions created by their geography, they generally lived in tribes and each tribe had leaders like sheikhs and emirs. For this reason, they could not gather under a single flag until Islam.

Islamic State
Main article: Islamic State
The Arabs were the first to adopt Islam, which Muhammad began to spread in the 7th century. Those who adopted this religion were called Muslims, in the sense of “accepting the will of Allah”. The first Muslims conquered many countries in order to spread their religion and established a great state under the leadership of Muhammad. Although this state was not given a name at that time, it is more commonly referred to as the Islamic State or the Arab Empire in today’s references.

The Muslims chose a caliph for themselves after the death of Muhammad. The ruler of the Islamic State was also the caliph of the Islamic world. The administrative center of the caliphate was first Medina, then the city of Damascus in Syria. The Islamic State became known with the names of the dynasties that seized power in the periods after the four caliphs (Umayyads, Abbasids, Fatimids, etc.).

Ottoman rule
Approximately 100 years after the Ottomans became a powerful state in Anatolia in the 15th century, the caliphate passed to the Ottoman sultans with the capture of the lands inhabited by the Arabs; The Islamic State dissolved within the Ottoman Empire. Selim I in 1517 Egypt, Syria and Hejaz; His son, Suleiman I, also added Baghdad, Iraq, Aden and Yemen to the Ottoman lands. After falling behind the technical and economic developments in Europe, the Ottomans weakened, and since the 19th century, they lost their Arab lands.

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When the Ottoman Empire entered the war on the side of Germany in the First World War; Under the leadership of the Emir of Mecca, Hussein bin Ali, England provoked and revolted the Wahhabi Arabs. Although some of the Arab tribes refused to revolt against the Ottomans, the Wahhabi Arabs, who rebelled with the help of some British spies, such as Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), who spoke Arabic as his mother tongue, played an important role in the defeat of the Ottomans in 1918. There are Arab tribes who rebelled against the Ottomans, together with Şerif Hüseyin, who was influenced by the Union and Progress.

Gaining their independence and the problems of the Arab World today

Member states of the Arab League are shown in dark green, non-Arab but member states in light green, and members with low Arabic speaking rates (such as Somalia and Djibouti) are shown in shaded green.
In the 50 years following World War I, Arab states gained their independence one after another. Many of these states joined the Arab League, which was formed in 1945. The purpose of the union was to ensure economic, political and military solidarity among Arabs. Arabs faced a new problem when the tension between the USA and Saddam’s administration, which started with Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990, resulted in the USA’s invasion of Iraq in 2003.

The main issues that concern the Arab world today are how best to utilize the oil revenues that have made some Arab states so rich; How to reconcile Islamic philosophy with the contemporary world; How to solve the US-UK occupation in Iraq and the Israeli-Palestinian problem.

Culture
Almost all Arabs speak Arabic and most of them believe in Islam. However, Arab

origin of the Arabic name
The Arabic name was first encountered in Assyrian sources in history. The Assyrians called the Semitic communities that lived as nomads in the deserts of the region today called Arabia, Arabaya. This name was later changed and took the Arabic form.

ancestry of arabs
Most genealogists divide Arabs into 2 groups: Arab-i Baide and Arab-i Bakiye. What is meant by Baide is the Arabian tribes that lived in the Arabian peninsula and became extinct before Islam. Some of these tribes are Ad, Thamud and Amalika. The Arabs of Baku are the sons of Ya’rub bin Kahtan and the sons of Mead bin Adnan, who learned Arabic from the Arabs of Baide. This group is also called Arab-ı Müstaribe ve Mütearribe. When Kahtan and his entourage settled in Yemen, they mingled with the people there and became Arabs. According to a rumor, Ya’rub spoke Syriac and later on, when his language changed to Arabic, they became Arab.[18]

According to another classification, Arabs are divided into three groups: These are Arab-ı Baide (Arabic: عرب بائدة), Arab-ı Aribe (Arabic: عرب عاربة) and Arab-ı Müstaribe (Arabic: عرب مستعربة). It is called Arab-ı Bakıye (Arabic: عرب باقية). As mentioned in the Old Testament, Arab-ı Aribe came from the lineage of Kahtan.[19] They are considered genuine Arabs. They are located in Yemen and in the south of the Arabian Peninsula. Arab-ı Müstaribe, on the other hand, is a community settled in Necid, Hijaz and the north of the Arabian Peninsula, descended from Mead. They were not originally Arabs, but later became Arabs.[20]

pre-Islamic
Arabs established some states before Islam (Himyrias, Gassanids, Nabataean Kingdom, etc.). However, due to the conditions created by their geography, they generally lived in tribes and each tribe had leaders like sheikhs and emirs. For this reason, they could not gather under a single flag until Islam.

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Islamic State
Main article: Islamic State
The Arabs were the first to adopt Islam, which Muhammad began to spread in the 7th century. Those who adopted this religion were called Muslims, in the sense of “accepting the will of Allah”. The first Muslims conquered many countries in order to spread their religion and established a great state under the leadership of Muhammad. Although this state was not given a name at that time, it is more commonly referred to as the Islamic State or the Arab Empire in today’s references.

The Muslims chose a caliph for themselves after the death of Muhammad. The ruler of the Islamic State was also the caliph of the Islamic world. The administrative center of the caliphate was first Medina, then the city of Damascus in Syria. The Islamic State became known with the names of the dynasties that seized power in the periods after the four caliphs (Umayyads, Abbasids, Fatimids, etc.).

Ottoman rule
Approximately 100 years after the Ottomans became a powerful state in Anatolia in the 15th century, the caliphate passed to the Ottoman sultans with the capture of the lands inhabited by the Arabs; The Islamic State dissolved within the Ottoman Empire. Selim I in 1517 Egypt, Syria and Hejaz; His son, Suleiman I, also added Baghdad, Iraq, Aden and Yemen to the Ottoman lands. After falling behind the technical and economic developments in Europe, the Ottomans weakened, and since the 19th century, they lost their Arab lands.

When the Ottoman Empire entered the war on the side of Germany in the First World War; Under the leadership of the Emir of Mecca, Hussein bin Ali, England provoked and revolted the Wahhabi Arabs. Although some of the Arab tribes refused to revolt against the Ottomans, the Wahhabi Arabs, who rebelled with the help of some British spies, such as Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), who spoke Arabic as his mother tongue, played an important role in the defeat of the Ottomans in 1918. There are Arab tribes who rebelled against the Ottomans, together with Şerif Hüseyin, who was influenced by the Union and Progress.

Gaining their independence and the problems of the Arab World today

Member states of the Arab League are shown in dark green, non-Arab but member states in light green, and members with low Arabic speaking rates (such as Somalia and Djibouti) are shown in shaded green.
In the 50 years following World War I, Arab states gained their independence one after another. Many of these states joined the Arab League, which was formed in 1945. The purpose of the union was to ensure economic, political and military solidarity among Arabs. Arabs faced a new problem when the tension between the USA and Saddam’s administration, which started with Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990, resulted in the USA’s invasion of Iraq in 2003.

The main issues that concern the Arab world today are how best to utilize the oil revenues that have made some Arab states so rich; How to reconcile Islamic philosophy with the contemporary world; How to solve the US-UK occupation in Iraq and the Israeli-Palestinian problem.

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