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European Moroccans

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

European Moroccans
Total population
Approx. 300,000
Regions with significant populations
 Morocco (Approx. 300,000[1])
Languages
Arabic, French, Spanish
Religion
Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Pied-Noir

European Moroccans are Moroccans whose ancestry lies within the continent of Europe, most notably France and Spain. Many European families settled in the country during French and Spanish rule, from 1912 to 1955.

Prior to independence, Morocco was home to half a million Europeans,[2] and European Christians formed almost half the population of the city of Casablanca.[3] Since the kingdom's independence in 1955, the European population has decreased substantially.

At the beginning of the 20th century, 250,000 Spaniards lived in Morocco. Most left Morocco after its independence and their numbers were reduced to 13,000.[4][5]

Today European Moroccans are a small minority group in Morocco, accounting for only 1% of the country's population.[1] In religion, most are Roman Catholic Christians.

See also

References and footnotes

  1. ^ a b "CIA - The World Factbook -- Morocco". CIA. Archived from the original on 10 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-08-14.
  2. ^ De Azevedo, Raimondo Cagiano (1994) Migration and development co-operation.. Council of Europe. p. 25. ISBN 92-871-2611-9.
  3. ^ Albert Habib Hourani, Malise Ruthven (2002). "A history of the Arab peoples". Harvard University Press. p.323. ISBN 0-674-01017-5
  4. ^ Spain: Forging an Immigration Policy, Migration Information Source
  5. ^ Joshua Project - Ethnic People Groups of Morocco
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