Arabs in Austria
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Arabs in Austria (Arabic: عرب النمسا) are Austrians of Arab ethnic, particularly Lebanon, Syria, Palestinian, Iraq, Jordan and also small groups from Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, Yemen and Sudan, who emigrated from their native nations and currently reside in Austria. Most Arab Austrians are of Iraqis and Lebanese or Syrian origin, as a result of the fact that they were the first Arabs to arrive in Austria.
In addition, Austria has people from Arab countries, who have the status of refugees (Refugees of the Syrian civil war) or illegal immigrants (Algerians of mainly Berber descent and usually mistakenly called Arabs) trying to immigrate to Western Europe.
- Kerim Frei, footballer born to Turkish father and Moroccan mother
- Adnan Ibrahim, theologian and Muslim preacher of Palestinian origin
- Abdel Sattar Sabry, Football of Egyptian origin
- Tarafa Baghajati, activist and writer of Syrian origin
- Omar Hamdi, artist of Syrian-kurdish origin
- Alisar Ailabouni, fashion and model
- Fadi Merza, kickboxing and Muay Thai of Syrian origin
- Nadja Maleh, Austrian actress, singer, cabaret artist and director.
- Arab diaspora
- Syrians in Austria
- Immigration to Austria
- Lebanese diaspora
- Syrian diaspora
- Palestinian diaspora
- Moroccan diaspora
- Iraqi diaspora
- Egyptian diaspora
- Tunisian diaspora
- "Arab in Austria". Joshuaproject.net. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
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