Arab, Arabic singular masculine ʿArabī, singular feminine ʿArabiyyah, plural ʿArab, one whose native language is Arabic. (See also Arabic language.) Before the spread of Islam and, with it, the Arabic language, Arab referred to any of the largely nomadic Semitic inhabitants of the Arabian Peninsula.
Where did the Arabs come from?
The Arabs were originally the people of the Arabian desert. Converted to Islam in the 7th century A.D., they conquered the Middle East from the Sassanian and Byzantine empires and established a succession of Arab-Islamic Middle Eastern empires from Spain to Central Asia and from the Caucasus to India.
Are Arabs Indian?
Arabs vs Indians The difference between the Arabs and the Indians is that Arabs live in the Middle-East and parts of North Africa whereas the Indians reside in South Asia in India. Arabian people live in the Middle-East and some Arabs are also found to live in parts of North Africa.
Are pharaohs black?
Ortiz De Montellano, the claim that all Egyptians, or even all the pharaohs, were black, is not valid. Most scholars believe that Egyptians in antiquity looked pretty much as they look today, with a gradation of darker shades toward the Sudan.