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What are bedouins?

Bedouins are Arabs who are desert herders. They graze camels, goats, horses and sheep. They live in tents and eat bread, rice, dried fruit and nuts and drink the milk of their (MORE)

What do the bedouins live in?

Traditionally, the Bedouin people lived in tents made from woven goats' hair with bright carpets for good luck. The weaving contracted to stop the occasional rain from getting (MORE)

Where are the bedouins from?

Bedouin comes from the Arabic word for Desert (Bedi). The Bedouins are the people who originate from the Arabian desert and live as nomadic families in clans.
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Who were the bedouins in Islam?

Bedouin comes from the Arabic word for Desert (Bedi). The Bedouins are the people of the Arabian desert who live as nomadic families. Most Bedouins today are Moslem, but "the (MORE)

What is a Bedouin Arab?

Bedouin comes from the Arabic word for Desert (Bedi). The Bedouins  are the people of the Arabian desert who live as nomadic families.  Most Bedouins today are Muslim.   (MORE)

What can Bedouins be described as?

Bedouin comes from the Arabic word for Desert (Bedi). The Bedouins are the people of the Arabian desert who live as nomadic families in clans. Most Bedouins today are Moslem.
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Who are bedouin?

Bedouins are nomadic Arabs who live in the Arabian Peninsula as  well as the deserts in the upper Middle East and Egypt. The word  "Bedouin" literally means "Desert Person". (MORE)