The diverse in groups Southwest Africa are Arabs, 250 million inhabit the area, Israelis, 6.4 million live in modern Israel, and Turks. Turks are probably the most diverse because just in their own group there are at least 50 ethnic groups-including Caucasians, Kurds, Uzbecks, and many more. I think the spread of diversity is a good thing and can bring the rise of women's education, and also education in general. Education is becoming more and more important to other countries, and literacy rates are beginning to climb. With reading, writing, and education making a rise, unemployment and poverty rates could fall. This would also benefit the economy in such places. The major downfall of ethnic diversity would be the spread of possible diseases. Other than that, there'd be the chance of one ethnic group starting to take over. This would get rid of different foods, musics, religions, styles of art seizing to exist. However, this is a very improbable thing, but the evolution of one culture isn't too outspoken. I mean, aren't we more favorable to countries that start taking a more Western approach to their government, clothing choices, and religion?
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