貝都因人

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貝都因人
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貝都因人
分佈地區
阿剌伯聯盟 2200萬人
沙地阿拉伯 沙地阿拉伯1,400,000
Flag of Libya.svg 利比亞910,000 (2010) [1]
Flag of Jordan.svg 約旦1% - 40% (Ruling Class)
Flag of Egypt.svg 埃及380,000 (2007) [2]
以色列 以色列170,000 (1999) [3]
語言
阿拉伯文
宗教信仰
伊斯蘭教遜尼派、少數正教會
相關種族
阿拉伯人

貝都因人粵拼bui3 dou1 jan1 jan4英文:Bedouin)係喺沙漠曠野過遊牧生活嘅阿拉伯人

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