Is genetic Arab exist in North Africa ?

no , it's kinda the opposite , the center of algeria includes djelfa , biskra , msila , boussada which has the biggest arab population about 60 percent are arabs while the north like oran , annaba , constantine is mixed between berbers , arabs and turks and the south includes tuaregs who got mixed with black people and the others who kept their genetics and kabylie and aures are berbers
 
In any case, the Arab population is the majority. There are more people of Arab origin in the south but they are mixed with the natives. For the Turkish population, it is a minority the majority of Algerians do not descend from the Ottoman janissaries. Assigning supposed ethnic origins randomly according to cities or regions is irrelevant.
 
In any case, the Arab population is the majority. There are more people of Arab origin in the south but they are mixed with the natives. For the Turkish population, it is a minority the majority of Algerians do not descend from the Ottoman janissaries. Assigning supposed ethnic origins randomly according to cities or regions is irrelevant.

Speaking Arab does not make a person have Arab Ethnicity ..........................many people in the world speak English, this does not make them have English ethnicity.

language is a very small part of ethnicity

Turkic ethnicity is huge but not everyone speaks Turkish .
 
Speaking Arab does not make a person have Arab Ethnicity ..........................many people in the world speak English, this does not make them have English ethnicity.

language is a very small part of ethnicity

Turkic ethnicity is huge but not everyone speaks Turkish .

Language and ethnicity used to be tied together because big public schools didnt exist nor mass amount of books - its a modern thing. The english were obviously a mix of anglo saxons and roman britains - it was quite late only a few hundred years ago when they managed to convert irish people into speaking english through public schools - this is why irish speak english but dont have too much anglo saxon y dna

Thats just one example - i would say those that spoke arabic early on were definitely mixed heavily with arabs but those that speak it just recently is due to schools/books
 

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