Arab, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're planning to visit Arab City, here are a few facts you should know. The population is between thirty and forty thousand people. Most of them are from Yemen and Palestine. Arab has a mayor and council form of government, and elections occur every four years (coinciding with the presidential elections). The city also has its own school district, Arab City Schools, and a paid police department. There is also a single fire station, and the city's firefighters are stationed on top of the Marshall County 911 center.

The cities of the Arab world are facing serious challenges from urbanization, uncontrolled development, and conflict. In some cities, like Cairo, uncontrolled growth is destroying the historic character of the city. In others, the Arab world's cities are being destroyed by violence. Despite their grand pasts, many of these cities are losing their traditional character to modernization. The Arab world is experiencing a new wave of urban development.

As a result, a number of small businesses are Arab. In some cases, these establishments are unpermitted. The city has been forced to deal with issues like Arabic-only signage and unpermitted businesses. Joanna Duncan has experienced such problems in her job as a teacher, attempting to bridge the cultural divide. But she knows how important children are in building bridges and bridging cultural gaps.