supported by. Robert Bloemkolk. In todays world there are still many stereotypical conceptions to be found when it comes to the Arab world. A place full of different stories, ideas and beliefs. And we hope that the music we release helps as a tiny, tiny piece of a larger puzzle to establish a diverse, more nuanced yet adequate idea of how musically vibrant this very diverse region once has been and also still is.
Koreans in the Arab world used to form a major part of the worldwide Korean diaspora. Koreans started coming to the Arab world in large numbers in early 1970s as migrant labourers; between 1975 and 1985, . million Koreans came for work, which made it the third-most popular destination for Korean emigrants. Eventually, most returned home or moved on to other countries, and as of 2014, the South Korean government's own figures showed over 24 thousand of their nationals living in the region.
From the Arab Expansion until the 1960s, Jews were a significant part of the population of Arab countries. Before 1948, an estimated 900,000 Jews lived in what are now Arab states. Here is a list of some prominent Jews from the Arab World, arranged by country of birth. Mūsā ibn Maymūn, medieval philosopher and Torah scholar. Abu Harun Musa bin Ya'acub ibn Ezra-philosopher and linguist. Jacques Attali, economist, writer. Cheb i Sabbah, famous club DJ. Lili Boniche, musician. Patrick Bruel, singer, actor.
Racism in the Arab world covers an array of forms of intolerance against non-Arabs and especially the expat majority of the Gulf countries coming from (Sri Lanka Pakistan India and Bangladesh) groups as well as Black, Hispanic and Asian groups that are Muslim; minorities such as Armenians, Africans, Latin Americans, Southeast Asians, Jews, Europeans (especially Eastern Europeans), Kurds, Assyrians, and Coptic Christians, Persians and other Iranic peoples, Turks, and South Asians in Arab countries o. .
The Arab World encompasses twenty-two countries stretching across the Middle East and North Africa. The musical output of such a vast area is huge and much of the music included here is intended for local consumption, created by unsigned artists, or presents new sounds created from mashing together fresh cultural combinations - an approach that doesn't attract the mighty machinations of the mainstream music industry. World Music Network, an independent record label for over twenty-five years, champions music that has risen up from the streets
When an ancillary linguistic definition is used in combination with the standard territorial definition, various parameters may be applied to determine whether a state or territory should be included in this alternative definition of the Arab world. These parameters may be applied to the states and territories of the Arab League (which constitute the Arab world under the standard definition) and to other states and territories
Tracks count: 33. Views: 2. Abbas Premjee - For the Love of Oil 02:07. Joachim Tospann - Arabian Questions 01:48. Johannes Huppertz - Arab Autumn 02:03. Queens Road - Syrian Struggle 01:31. Hamilton Hawksworth - Tomorrow's Dream 01:47. Abbas Premjee - Black Tide 02:11. Andrea Bellina - Hidden Conspiracy 02:13. Tom Silvester, Jamie Saxe, Jamie Saxe, Tom Silvester - Arabian Knights 01:39.
The Arab world is somewhere in there. But what is it precisely? The Arab World. The simplest way to figure out what nations make up the Arab world is to look at the 22 members of the Arab League. The 22 include Palestine which, although not an official state, is considered as such by the Arab League. The heart of the Arab world is made up of the six founding members of the Arab League: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. The six forked the Arab league in 1945
|2||–Robert Simon Thoma||Hidden Arabia|
|3||–Jon Hansson||Her Arm|
|4||–Timothy Whitelaw||Night In Arabia|