Question: What race is Moroccan?

Moroccans are primarily of Arab and Berber (Amazigh) origin, as in other neighbouring countries in Maghreb region. Today, Moroccans are considered a mix of Arab, Berber, and mixed Arab-Berbers or Arabized Berbers, alongside other minority ethnic backgrounds from across the region.

Is Morocco European or African?

Overview of Morocco. The Kingdom of Morocco is a Muslim country in western North Africa, with coastlines on the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Just an hour ferry ride from Spain, the country has a unique mix of Arab, Berber, African and European cultural influences.

What is the nationality of Moroccans?

Nationality: Moroccan(s). Ethnic groups: Arab, Berber, mixed Arab-Berber. Languages: Arabic (official), several Berber dialects; French, usually the language of business, government, and diplomacy.

What race are North Africans?

The largest ethnic groups in North Africa are Arabs, Berbers are considered the second largest ethnicity in north africa and West Africans are the largest ethnicity in the west and the Arabs are a majority also in the east approaching the Middle East.

What do Moroccan speak?

Arabic Standard Moroccan Berber Morocco/Official languages Moroccan Arabic: This is the official language in Morocco. It is somewhat different from different types of Arabic, but most Moroccans can understand conventional Arabic. Hassaniya Arabic: Over 40,000 people in southern Morocco speak this form of Arabic.

Can an American marry a Moroccan?

Marriage is a legal act governed by the law of Morocco and U.S. citizens are subject to those laws as interpreted by the appropriate Moroccan authorities. A Moroccan marriage is recognized in the U.S.; you do not need to register your marriage at the U.S. Consulate General in Casablanca.

Are Moors and Berbers the same?

The Moors initially were the indigenous Maghrebine Berbers. The name was later also applied to Arabs and Arabized Iberians. Moors are not a distinct or self-defined people.

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