This chapter explores the movement of peoples across, but nonetheless inside, the blurred, imprecise, fuzzy limits of the Arab region. It also discusses the human element of Arab labor migration, with a focus on social remittances and legacies of Arab migrant workers. The chapter describes the appropriation of the Arab official discourse of solidarity by Arab migrants in search of refuge and how the host countries become literally host ages of their pan-Arab discourse, having to accept the masses of refugees that from time to time flow into their countries. The chapter presents the renewed interest of Arab tourists in tourist sites located in the Arab region and the also renewed interest of Arab young adults in pursuing their studies in universities located in the Arab region. Foucault's notion of discourse as an "asset" may shed some light on the argument proposed here that forced migration is constitutive of the discursive practices that make the Arab region possible.