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Arabs in Italy

Arabs in Italy
Gli arabi in Italia
Philip the Arab
Zenobia
Julia Domna
Giuseppe Simone Assemani
Nadia Ejjafini
Magdi Allam
Regions with significant populations
Milan, Torino, Rome, Genoa, Florence
Languages
Arabic language, Italian language
Religion
Islam and Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Arab people, Arab diaspora, Arab American, Arab Argentine, Arab Brazilian, Arab Canadians, Arab Mexican

Arabs in Italy (Italian: Gli arabi in Italia) are mostly expatriates from a range of Arab countries, particularly Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Syria, Libya, the Palestinian Territories, and Iraq; and also small groups from Jordan and Sudan. As a result of the Arab Spring (Libyan Civil War and Syrian Civil War), many have the status of refugees or illegal immigrants, trying to immigrate especially to France, Germany and Sweden.

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