Arabs in Italy
Gli arabi in Italia
|Regions with significant populations|
Milan, Torino, Rome, Genoa, Florence|
Arabic language, Italian language|
Islam and Christianity|
|Related ethnic groups|
Arab people, Arab diaspora, Arab American, Arab Argentine, Arab Brazilian, Arab Canadians, Arab Mexican|
Arabs in Italy (Italian: Gli arabi in Italia) are mostly expatriates from a range of Arab countries, particularly Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Syria, Libya, the Palestinian Territories, and Iraq; and also small groups from Algeria, Jordan and Sudan. As a result of the Arab Spring (Libyan Civil War and Syrian Civil War), many have the status of refugees or illegal immigrants, trying to immigrate especially to France, Germany and Sweden.
- Julia Domna (170-217), wife of Roman emperor Septimius Severus
- Elagabalus (203-222), descendant of Domna, Roman emperor from 218-222 A.D.
- Philip the Arab (204-249), Roman emperor from 244-249 A.D.
- Zenobia (240-275) - queen from Syria
- Simone Assemani (1752–1820), professor of Oriental languages in Padua
- Magdi Allam (1952), journalist and politician
- Adel Smith (1960), founder of the Union of Italian Muslims
- Alessio Sakara (1981), mixed martial artist and boxer
- Stephan El Shaarawy (1992), footballer
- Mostafa Errebbah (1971), long-distance runner
- Nadia Ejjafini (1977), long-distance runner
- DJ Anas (1980), record producer and dj
- Malika Ayane (1984), singer
- Jonis Khoris (1989), footballer
- Yonese Hanine (1990), footballer
- Jaber Alwan (1948), artist and painter
- Michelle Nouri (1973), journalist and author
- Haider Rashid, director, producer and writer
- Iyad Anwar Wali, businessman
- Shadi Ghosheh (1987), footballer
- Karim Laribi (1991), footballer
- Nathalie (singer) (1979), singer
- Abdul Hadi Palazzi, secretary general of the Italian Muslim Assembly
- Ali Ghaleb Himmat (1938), businessman
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