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Libya is a country of many peoples Some have lived there for hundreds of years Some have lived there for only a short time A small percentage of Libyas population is Arab because of the intermarriage of Arabs and Berbers after the Arab invasions of the seventh century The Ethic Berbers make up a small majority of Libyans The Berbers have light colored skin and rugged bodies They are fiercely proud and independent The Touareg people the Tebu people black Africans and a large number of foreign workers which include Egyptians Tunisians Italians Indians British US citizens Greeks and Maltese live in Libya Traditional clothing is usually worn in rural areas of Libya Women wear full length robes Men wear loose cotton shirts with trousers covered with a cloak A flat brim less hat is often worn Most people in the city wear western style clothing Berber men dress and speak like Arabs Touaregs dress in ten feet of cloth wrapped around the body and face Men wear veils instead of women Nobel men wear cloth dyed blue or black The blue haze left on the skin from the dye gives them then name blue men The Tebu men also wear veils instead of the women The family is at the core of all relationships in Libya The family bonds are strong The family is honored and respected especially the elderly A typical Libyan family household would be a husband and wife all unmarried children and married sons with their wives and children Widowed or divorced mothers may complete the group The average Libyan home has six people under one roof The women are taught to cater to men The men isolate and protect their women Men hold most jobs outside the home Women work inside the home and raise children Islam is the religion of Libya It plays a large role in the way the Libyans live The teachings of Allah are
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