Z Marokiem to jest szczególnie ciekawe. Bo np :
Arabowie – 25,1%
Berberowie – 73,9%
Żydzi – 0,2%
inni – 0,8%
dialekty berberyjskie (wg projektu nowej konstytucji, berberyjski ma uzyskać status drugiego urzędowego języka państwowego),
francuski (głównie w turystyce, biznesie i dyplomacji).
Most Moroccans are Sunni Muslims, mainly of Arab-Berber, Arabized Berber or Berber stock. Morocco was inhabited by Berbers since at least 5,000 years ago. The Arabs conquered the territory that would become Morocco in the 7th and 11th centuries, at the time under the rule of various late Byzantine Roman princips and indigenous Berber and Romano-Berber principalities, such as the one of Julian, count of Ceuta, laying the foundation for the emergence of the Morish culture. A small minority of the population is identified as Haratin and Gnaoua, dark-skinned sedentary agriculturalists of the southern oases that speak either Berber or Arabic. Morocco's Jewish minority has decreased significantly and today numbers about 5,000.
Classical Arabic is Morocco's official language (it is the "classical" Arabic of the Qur'an, literature and news media). The country has a distinctive dialect of Arabic known as Moroccan Arabic or Darija.
More than 15 million Moroccans speak Berber in three varieties (Riff, Shilha, and Central Atlas Tamazight), either as a first language or bilingually with Moroccan Arabic. French, which remains Morocco's unofficial third language, is taught throughout school and still serves as Morocco's primary language of commerce and economics; it is also widely used in education and government. Morocco is a member of La Francophonie. Berber activists have struggled for half a century for the recognition of their language as an official minority language of Morocco in the Moroccan constitution.
za : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Morocco
Arab-Berber is a term to denote an inhabitant of the North African Maghreb who is of mixed Arab and Berber origin and whose native language is a dialect of Arabic and who also has an Arab ethnic identity. The Arab-Berber tribe groups came as a result of the Arab conquest of North Africa and the subsequent intermarriage between the Arab soldiers and local mainly Berber women and also the Arab Bedouin tribes, which intermarried with the local mainly Berber populations. Examples of these Arab Bedouin tribes that migrated into North Africa in the 11th century and were a major factor in the linguistic, cultural and ethnic Arabization of the Maghreb are Banu Hilal  an Arab tribe that had lived in Yemen and migrated via Upper Egypt, Banu Sulaym (an Arab tribe that had lived in Hejaz and Nejd) and also Beni Hassan (an Arab tribe that had lived in Yemen). The offsprings of these intermarriages created the Arab-Berber tribal groups who speak Arabic as a first language and have an Arab ethnic identity and moreover are representing nowadays the majority of the population in the countries in North Africa, which include.. Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. The Arab-Berber group has to be distinguished from the Arabized Berber groups, who have very little Arab ethnic background, or from the pure Arab Bedouin tribes in the Maghreb region.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab-Berber