Arab Christians

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This list has 11 sub-lists and 138 members.

  1. Algerian Christians

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  3. Jordanian Christians

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  4. Lebanese Christians

    Lebanese Christians

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  5. Libyan Christians

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  6. Melkite Greek Catholics

    Melkite Greek Catholics

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  7. Moroccan Christians

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  8. Palestinian Christians

    Palestinian Christians

     - 9 lists, 72 members

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  9. People of Levantine-Greek Orthodox Christian descent 9 views

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  10. Syrian Christians

    Syrian Christians

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  11. Tunisian Christians

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  8. Youssef Chahine

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  15. Elia Suleiman

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