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The Arab World
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The Arab world is a short-hand way to refer to the countries connected by Arab culture and the Arabic language. It covers the regions of North Africa, Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula.
The Arab League
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Unemployment affects all 22 member states of the Arab League, but mostly impacts young people. Fifty percent of the jobless are under 25, roughly double the world average. Women have an especially difficult time finding jobs.
Faith In The Arab World
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- The Majority of the Arab League’s Muslims are Sunni. However, in areas of Lebanon, Iraq and Bahrain large numbers of Shi’a Muslims form the majority.
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- Christianity is the second largest religion. More than 20 million Christians live in communities across Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Jordan and others.
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- Places such as Morocco, Algeria, Yemen, Tunisia, Syria, Egypt and Iraq all have Jewish populations. Other minor religions such as Druze, Bahá’í, Mandeanism, Yazdanism, Zoroastrianism, Shabak and Yarsan have small followings in the Arab world.
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Arabic in the Arab world is divided into over 27 dialects. Almost every Arab state has at least one local dialect of its own. These dialects can be divided into 5 major branches,
- the Peninsula Arabic (Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates)
- Arabic of the Nile Valley (Egypt)
- the Arabic of the Fertile Crescent (Jordan, Syria, Israel/Palestine, Lebanon)
- the Maghrebi Arabic (dialects in Mauritania, Morocco, Libya, Algeria and Tunisia)
- other isolated dialects of Arabic
The Arab world lies at the heart of the 10/40 window[?]* and has been historically resistant to the gospel of Christ. In many nations of the Arab world it is illegal to convert from Islam to Christianity (or any other faith). Believers from a Muslim background are sometimes sent to jail or put to death to deter other seekers.
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Over the last 1400 years, the Church in the Arab world has suffered persecution. Muslims who have come to faith in Christ often live in areas where there are no fellowships or in countries that do not have an indigenous church. In many places, it is illegal to hold Christian meetings or even own a copy of the Bible. New believers are reluctant to attend a church or visit a known Christian home due to fear of persecution. However, encouragingly there are a growing number of small house groups of believers meeting and studying the Word of God in secret.
Only a small amount of the whole Church’s resources is focused on leading Muslims to new life in Christ. Some estimate that there is only one Christian worker to every one million Muslims.
*[?] The 10/40 Window is the rectangular area of North Africa, the Middle East and Asia approximately between 10 degrees north and 40 degrees north latitude and includes the majority of the world’s Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus. Read more background on Joshua Project’s site (http://www.joshuaproject.net/10-40-window.php).