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Sunday, December 1, 2013

The Arab World Union by George Galloway

The Arab world, also known as the Arab Nation, consists of the Arabic-speaking countries and populations in the Greater Middle East.

The standard definition of the Arab world comprises the 22 countries and territories of the Arab League stretching from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to the Arabian Sea in the east, and from the Mediterranean Sea in the north to the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean in the southeast. It has a combined population of around 422 million people, with over half under 25 years of age.

George Galloway is a British politician, writer, and broadcaster, and the Respect Party Member of Parliament for Bradford West.

 Why this large world, which speak the same language, and believe in the same God and religion  ,  whereas in Euro they speak 150 languages, so why the Arab world doesn't have a union?


The mineral resource of greatest value is oil. The Arabian Peninsula has the largest oil reserves in the world. With the exception of deposits in Yemen, the Arabian oil fields lie in the same great sedimentary basin as the fields of Iran and Iraq. Although oil was discovered in Iran in 1908, the first field on the Arabian side of the basin, in Bahrain, was not found until 1932. This inspired an intensive search in eastern Arabia that in time reached far into the interior. Oil was discovered in Saudi Arabia in 1938, in Kuwait and Qatar in 1940, on the mainland of the Saudi Arabia/Kuwait Neutral Zone in 1953, on the mainland of Abu Dhabi in 1960, in Oman in 1964, in South Yemen in 1983, and in North Yemen in 1984. In 1951 oil was discovered in the Persian Gulf off Saudi Arabia, in 1958 in Abu Dhabi offshore, and in 1960 in the Saudi Arabia/Kuwait Neutral Zone offshor.


dd said...

نوئيل عيسى كلام محترم وظبوط أخونا

نوئيل عيسى

sam kam said...

عندما تأتي قوة مدعومة من السماء سوف نتوحد

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