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Middle East csingh

Middle East

Afghanistan It is located at the eastern edge of southwest asia
Dead Sea Water is coming out of the Jordan River and less and less of the water is going into the Dead Sea
Arabian Sea This Waterway connects the Persian Sea to the Arabian Sea
Euphrates River It is one of the longest rivers,It flows through syria and iraq
Gaza Strip Israel is on the bound by the Gaza Strip on the southwest coast
Iran It is to the west of afghanistan,it is one of the largest countries in southwest asia
Iraq Iraq has 2 large rivers,the Tygris and The Afghanistan River that flows through its Territory.
Israel Israel was created by the United Nations in 1948 as a homeland for Jewish People of the world.
Jordan River The Jordan River is smaller than the Tygris and Euphrates River,but its still very important.
Persian Gulf The Persian Gulf is the main way soil is shipped from the rich fields of Kuwait,Saudi,Arabian,and other countries that line its shores.
Red Sea In the Arabian Sea,ships can sail into the Red Sea which is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the East and Egypt to the West.
Rub Al-Khali Rub Al-Khali is a desert in Southern Saudia Arabia that means "Empty Quarter"
Saudi Arabia
Strait Of Hormuz Any ships coming into or out of the Persian Gulf must Navigate through the narrow Strait Of Hormuz located at one end of the Persian Gulf.
Suez Canal At the northern end of the Red sea ships can enter the Man-Made Suez Canal which will allow them to get to the Mediterranean Sea without having to sail all around Africa.
Created by: cynthia singh
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