Arabs in Serbia
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Arabs in Serbia (Serbian: Арапи у Србији/Arapi u Srbiji) are mostly expatriates from a range of Arab countries, particularly Libya, Lebanon, Syria, the Palestinian Territories, Iraq, and Jordan; and also small groups from Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, and Sudan. Lebanese and Syrian citizens were the first Arabs to arrive in modern Serbia. In the 1970s and 1980s, many students from Iraq and Syria were enrolled at the University of Belgrade. More recently, as a result of the Arab Spring and the Syrian Civil War, large numbers of Arabs are transiting Serbia as refugees, trying to immigrate to Western Europe.
- Muhamed Jusufspahić, mufti, born in Belgrade; Bosniak father and Egyptian mother
- Josif Al Said, MMA fighter, born in Belgrade; Jordanian father and Serbian mother
- Amjad Migati, Serbian Politician and Member of the Serbian Radical Party; Jordanian
- Nedal Halil, Businessman and CEO of Aman; Jordanian
- Mohammed Dahlan, Politician and former leader of Fatah in Gaza, Palestinian
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