Arabs in Denmark

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Arabs in Denmark
Total population

121,000

≈1.23% of Danish population
Regions with significant populations
Copenhagen, Aarhus, Jutland
Languages
Arabic
Danish
Religion
Islam and Christianity and Judaism
Related ethnic groups
Arabs and Arab diaspora

Arabs in Denmark are Danish permanent residents originating from Arab countries. The largest subpopulations found hail from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Somalia and Morocco followed by smaller groups from other of the 22 Arab League countries.

The Danish Statistical Office reported the following for Q1 2017:[1]

Residents as of Q1 2017[1] All 1st Generation 2nd Generation
Algeria 1 472 938 534
Comoros 31 17 14
Djibouti 65 22 43
Egypt 2 440 1 779 661
Eritrea 4 754 4 376 378
Libya 387 202 185
Morocco 11 150 5 660 5 490
Mauretania 40 29 11
Somalia 21 050 11 920 9 130
Tunisia 1 465 927 538
Bahrain 78 58 20
UAE 295 122 173
Iraq 31 902 21 383 10 519
Israel 1 538 1 284 254
Jordan 2 292 1 177 1 115
Kuwait 2 251 1 258 993
Lebanon 26 458 12 722 13 736
Oman 3 3 0
Qatar 84 22 62
Saudi Arabia 328 200 128
Syria 37 880 33 616 4 264
Yemen 308 166 142

Most, but not all, are war refugees.[citation needed] No Arab has been resident there for more than 2 generations.[2][better source needed]

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