What is the difference between muslim and Arab americans?
- Muslim American is one his religion and faith is Islam (he/she can be Arab or non Arab)
- Arab American is one who his/her mother language is Arabic (he/she cam Muslim or non Muslim)
Differences between the Muslim community of Muhammad and the society that developed after the Arab conquests?
If he is an American citizen from Arab descent. "Arab" usually meaning ' any person from anywhere in the Middle East' whose family speaks Arabic, not including Jews, Circassians, Persians, or Turks. An Arab-American is simply an American who has Arab ethnicity. Usually Arab-Americans can trace their family back to a country in the Middle East or North Africa. There are a large number of Christian Arab-Americans, who are typically first or second generation Americans…
Muslim ( moslem)<---ABSOLUTLY INCORRECT web definition: a member of a Semitic people originally from the Arabian peninsula and surrounding territories who speaks Arabic you do not need to be Arab to be Muslim and u do not need to be Muslim to be Arab. being Arab is ur culture...u cant choose that. being Muslim is a religion and any1 can be Muslim
A: There are approximately 4.5-5 million Jews who have of 'Arab' heritage (Iraqi, Iranian, Yemeni, Syrian, and Saudi Arabian), of these, a very small percentage actually live in those countries. While many Arab countries are close to 100% Muslim, it is not universal. 30% of Lebanese Arabs are not Muslim, 11% of Arab Kuwaitis are not Muslim, 10% of Syrian Arabs are not Muslim, 6% of Egyptian Arabs are not Muslim, 5% of Jordanese Arabs…