The Levant Arab people cluster encompasses people groups that originate from the Fertile Crescent between the Persian Gulf and the Mediterranean--extending across Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian territories. In AD 600, nearly all of the ancestors of these peoples were, at least nominally, Christian. Most have now become Muslim, though there are still significant Christian minorities among them. Ongoing geopolitical crises continue to complicate the evangelization of Levantine Arabs.
-- Patrick Johnstone, The Future of the Global Church, p. 182
Peoples within this cluster:
Alawite; Arab, Iraqi; Arab, Iraqi Sunni; Arab, Jordanian; Arab, Lebanese; Arab, Lebanese Christian; Arab, Lebanese Sunni; Arab, Levantine; Arab, Marsh; Arab, Palestinian; Arab, Syrian; Arab, Syrian Shia; Awlad Hassan; Cypriot, Arab; Druze
Countries where they are found:
Algeria; Australia; Belgium; British Virgin Islands; Canada; Congo (Brazzaville); Cote d’Ivoire; Curacao; Cyprus; Dominican Republic; Egypt; El Salvador; Eritrea; France; French Guiana; Gaza Strip; Germany; Greece; Guadeloupe; Guatemala; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Haiti; Honduras; Iraq; Israel; Italy; Jordan; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Martinique; Netherlands; Oman; Panama; Portugal; Qatar; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Saudi Arabia; South Africa; Sudan; Suriname; Sweden; Syria; Tunisia; Turkey; United Arab Emirates; United States; Venezuela; West Bank; Yemen
Unreached people groups:
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