I think they are black. I am sorry, i can a little talk English, i am from germany.
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Most Helpful Girl
This is why I hate to use the term white and black. I mean Swedes don't look like Greeks at all lol, despite both being European and so called "white". White is too broad of a term to categorise so many different groups of people. I prefer to use ethnicity or a smaller regional area. Personally I don't think using race categories in Europe and Asia really works because we have such divided ethnicities and different appearances depending on our country/ethnicity of background. It generally only works in america because many people there are already so clearly mixed up that their major ethnic background would be far too difficult to pinpoint.
So I guess yes in an American point of view they would be white (apart from those turks who could pass as being from an arabic country). As for European point of view, well they're most likely to be seen by what country/ethnicity they are of than by race.3
Most Helpful Guy
it basically depends what kind of history their country has gone through. with massive immigration every country have amix where genes rensemble more arabic people than White people - that's not racism tho - arabs move more than other ethic groups and therefore you have more mixes.
Turks = mostly made out of arabs
Spanish = a crossover of sorts
italians = same as Spanish where in the North they're more celtic/german descendents and form with latin tribes mixed and mingled with. If you go South you have people looking (and often acting) as arabs or Africans.
greeks = Pretty much the same as italians.0