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21 February, 13:49

Who are the bedouins and what did they believe in?

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  1. 21 February, 14:03
    The Bedouin is a circle of nomadic Arab peoples whose historically incline in the desert regions in North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and the Levant. They strongly believe in the saying "I’m against my brother, my brother and I are against my cousin, my cousin and I are against the stranger" also known as "I and my brother are against my cousin, I and my cousin are against the stranger. This saying signifies a hierarchy of loyalties based on the proximity of male kinship, beginning with the nuclear family through the lineage and then the paternal tribe, and, at least, to a whole genetic or linguistic group (which is perceived to akin to kinship in the Middle East and North Africa generally). As a cultural tradition, camel races were organized during celebratory occasions, such as weddings or religious festivals.
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