Arabs are an ethnic group which is largely concentrated in West Asia and North Africa. Although today most Arabs are Muslims and are known by their faith, they were also present in these regions well before the rise of Islam, which is why there are Arab Christians as well as Arab Jews (these are in small minorities, however, as the majority are Muslims). In the modern world, Arabs can be found almost everywhere due to migration. The main areas inhabited by the Arabs include: Egypt, Libya, Sudan, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Algeria, Mauritania, Bahrain, Qatar, and UAE. Most Arab countries are blessed with oil, which is the lifeline of their economy. Most countries usually chalk out their foreign policies with Arab nations depending on their oil requirements.
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Jews, after getting expelled from Israel, were the people without a homeland. However, after the reestablishment of Israel in 1948, Jews are predominantly found in this area. In addition to Israel, large Jewish communities also exist in the US and Europe. The creation of Israel on Arab lands, right between Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt, has created tension between the Jews and Arabs, as the Arabs do not recognise the legitimacy of this state.
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