Lebanese fowk

The Lebanese fowk (Arabic: الشعب اللبناني‎ / ALA-LC: al-sha‘ab al-lubnānī, Lebanese Arabic pronunciation: [eʃˈʃaʕb ellɪbˈneːne]) are the inhabitants o the kintra o Lebanon an their ancestors. The term mey include those who haed inhabitit Munt Lebanon prior tae the creation o the modren Lebanese state.

Lebanese fowk
الشعب اللبناني
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Tot population
Lebanon: 4,017,095 (Aw ethnic groups)[1]
Total worldwide: 8[2]–14 million[3][4][5][6]
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Brazil7 million(Lebanese Embassy in Brasilia)[7][8]
 Lebanon4,017,095 (July 2010 est)[1]
 Argentinae1,500,000[deid airtin][9]
 Colombie700,000[10]
 Unitit States440,000[11]
 Canadae250,000[12]
 Australie181,000[13]
 Ecuador170,000[14]
 Chile90,000[15]
 Sierra Leone33,000-40,000[16]
 Nigerie31,000
 Senegal30,000[17]
 Cyprus20,000
 Unitit Kinrick10,459
 Liberie4,000[18]
 Israel2,500[19]
Leids
Spoken Vernacular
Lebanese Arabic & Cypriot Maronite Arabic
Spoken Traditional
Phoenician, succeedit bi Wastren Aramaic[20]
Seicont Leids
French, Inglis
Diaspora
French, Inglis, Spainyie, Portuguese
Releegion
Maronite Christianity1
Islam2
(maistly Shi'a3 an Sunni)
Greek Orthodox, Greek Catholic an Protestant.
Alawites an Druze4.
Relatit ethnic groups
Ither Levantines
Arabs, Assiries an ither Semites

#Lebanese Christians comprise a majority o aw Lebanese, but represent anerlie a lairge minority athin Lebanon.
  1. Lebanese Muslims o aw denominations represent a majority athin Lebanon, but comprise anerlie a lairge minority o aw Lebanese.
  2. Lebanese Shi'ite Muslims hauld the plurality amang releegious groups athin Lebanon.
  3. In Lebanon, Druzism is offeecially categorisit as a Muslim denomination bi the Lebanese govrenment.

The cultural an linguistic heritage o the Lebanese fowk is a rich blend o baith indigenous elements an the foreign culturs that hae come tae rule the laund an its fowk ower the course o thoosans o years.

ReferencesEedit

  1. a b "CIA - The World Factbook - 2010 Lebanon". Archived frae the original on 12 September 2019. Retrieved 5 Februar 2013.
  2. "Bassil promises to ease citizenship for expatriates". Archived frae the original on 2 September 2018. Retrieved 20 Februar 2015.
  3. "Country Profile: Lebanon". FCO. 3 Apryle 2007.[deid airtin]
  4. Fielding-Smith, Abigail (5 Juin 2009). "From Brazil to Byblos, Lebanese diaspora pours in for vote". thenational. Archived frae the original on 10 Januar 2014. Retrieved 25 December 2009.
  5. Foreign & Commonwealth Office. "Country Profile: Lebanon". FCO. Archived frae the original (governmental) on 29 October 2009. Retrieved 25 December 2009.
  6. Linking Lebanon. "Lebanese Diaspora". LinkingLebanon. Archived frae the original on 10 Januar 2014. Retrieved 25 December 2009.
  7. ":: Embaixada do Líbano no Brasil ::". Libano.org.br. Retrieved 4 Julie 2011.
  8. "News :: Politics :: Sleiman meets Brazilian counterpart, Lebanese community". The Daily Star. Archived frae the original on 3 Mairch 2011. Retrieved 4 Julie 2011.
  9. "- Argentinian President's visit to the Lebanese Parliament". Archived frae the original on 7 Juin 2007. Retrieved 5 Februar 2013.
  10. "Brazil-Arab News Agency - Colombia awakens to the Arab world". .anba.com.br. Archived frae the original on 6 Julie 2011. Retrieved 4 Julie 2011.
  11. The Arab Population: 2000
  12. Canada and Lebanon, a special tie, CBC News
  13. 2006 Census Table : Australia
  14. de 2020, 16 de Octubre. "El Guayaquil que acogió a los migrantes extranjeros". El Telégrafo. Retrieved 16 Apryle 2022.
  15. Arab Chileans.
  16. "Lebanese people abroad" Big Issue Magazine. Jan. 12, 2010
  17. Immigrants Boost West African Commerce Archived 2011-12-24 at the Wayback Machine, Voice of America, 10 July 2007. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
  18. Paye-Layleh, Jonathan (22 Julie 2005). "Lebanese demand Liberia poll rights". BBC News.
  19. http://articles.latimes.com/1990-08-19/news/mn-2694_1_civil-war
  20. Owens, Jonathan (2000). Arabic as a Minority Language. Walter de Gruyter. p. 347. ISBN 3-11-016578-3.