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SWANA Geography

Oil major natural resource in SWANA
Camp David place where 3 leaders met to achieve peace for Egypt and Israel
Islam dominant religion in SWANA
Israel Jews migrated here after WWII
minaret tall slender tower for calling out prayer
Suez Canal used for transportation of goods between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea
Morocco Disney worked with this country to create a realistic pavilion
Deserts SWANA is mostly made of this
Nile River is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, and is commonly regarded as the longest river in the world
SWANA also known as the middle east
land bridge the Suez Canal was built on this
rapids and waterfalls these make it difficult for Egyptians to spread their influence further south
agriculture deserts make it difficult for people of SWANA to have this economic activity
cooperation the Moroccan government working with Disney is an example of
cell phones protesters in the Egyptian revolution used these to record events
mosque Muslim place of worship
Iran Iraq is next to which larger country
Alluvial plain an area of fertile soil deposited by river floodwaters
Oasis A fertile place in a desert where there is water and vegetation
Wadi dry riverbeds filled by rainwater from rare downpours
Semi arid Climate zone in which the weather is characterized by hot dry summers and cool dry winters
vary to be different
Polytheism Belief in many gods
Monotheism Belief in one God
Covenant A binding agreement
Prophet a person regarded as an inspired teacher or proclaimer of the will of God.
Modification A change
Physical Geography the study of physical features of the earth's surface
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