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Jordan has absorbed large numbers of what country?

Jordan has absorbed large numbers of what country?

Geography

QuestionAnswer
Jordan has absorbed large numbers of:palestinians
Which of the following statements about Lebanon is false?all of various religious denominations have come to an accomodation that has provided peace in the country for the past 5 decades
The modern state of Israel was created in:1948

  1. What European country was the last to give up its African colonies?
  2. What are the three largest countries in population size in the North Africa Southwest Asia realm?
  3. What two countries occupy strategic positions on the Hormuz Strait?
  4. Which upstream country could control the flow of the Nile River into Egypt?
  5. Which country in Africa was never colonized?
  6. Which African countries were Colonised by Britain?
  7. Which country of North Africa is the largest in area?
  8. What is the largest country in Southwest Asia and North Africa?
  9. Why is Southwest Asia and North Africa considered a region?
  10. What country controls the Strait of Hormuz today?
  11. Which Strait connects Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman?
  12. In which country of Southwest Asia and North Africa is the delta of the Nile River located?
  13. Which country fought a bitter war of liberation against the French?
  14. Which of the following countries is not located in the Arabian Peninsula region?

What European country was the last to give up its African colonies?

Portugal, in the 20th century the poorest and least developed of the western European powers, was the first nation (with Spain) to establish itself as a colonial power and the last to give up its colonial possessions.

What are the three largest countries in population size in the North Africa Southwest Asia realm?

The three largest countries in population size in the North Africa/Southwest Asia realm are: Egypt, Iran, and Turkey. Iran differs from most of the North Africa/Southwest Asian realm in that: it is predominantly Shi'ite.

What two countries occupy strategic positions on the Hormuz Strait?

Figure 6-17 shows that these two countries occupy strategic positions on the Hormuz Strait. Oman and Iran.

Which upstream country could control the flow of the Nile River into Egypt?

Built in the 1960s, the High Aswan dam allows Egypt to control the flow of the Nile. In May, five upstream Nile nations — Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda — signed a treaty declaring their rights to a share of the river's flow.

Which country in Africa was never colonized?

Take Ethiopia, the only sub-Saharan African country that was never colonized. "Quite a few historians attribute that to the fact that it has been a state for a while," says Hariri.

Which African countries were Colonised by Britain?

Britain had many colonies in Africa: in British West Africa there was Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, Southern Cameroon, and Sierra Leone; in British East Africa there was Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar); and in British South Africa there was South Africa, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Southern ...

Which country of North Africa is the largest in area?

The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria is Africa's largest nation with an area of 2,381,740 km2.

What is the largest country in Southwest Asia and North Africa?

Saudi Arabia is the largest country by area in Southwest Asia. Saudi Arabia is a nation largely covered by desert, and its capital is Riyadh.

Why is Southwest Asia and North Africa considered a region?

North Africa and Southwest Asia is considered one of the great cradles of human civilization. It is also the hearth area for several of the world's major religions. These religions have changed the global cultural landscape, but have also led to tension and conflict throughout the region.

What country controls the Strait of Hormuz today?

The Strait contains eight major islands, seven of which are controlled by Iran. Iran and the United Arab Emirates disagree as to the ownership of the strategically located Abu Musa, Greater Tunb, and Lesser Tunb islands. Nonetheless, Iran has maintained a military presence on these islands since the 1970s.

Which Strait connects Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman?

Strait of Hormuz, also called Strait of Ormuz, channel linking the Persian Gulf (west) with the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea (southeast). The strait is 35 to 60 miles (55 to 95 km) wide and separates Iran (north) from the Arabian Peninsula (south).

In which country of Southwest Asia and North Africa is the delta of the Nile River located?

Egypt, country located in the northeastern corner of Africa. Egypt's heartland, the Nile River valley and delta, was the home of one of the principal civilizations of the ancient Middle East and, like Mesopotamia farther east, was the site of one of the world's earliest urban and literate societies.

Which country fought a bitter war of liberation against the French?

The Algerian War, also known as the Algerian Revolution or the Algerian War of Independence, and sometimes in Algeria as the War of 1 November, was fought between France and the Algerian National Liberation Front (French: Front de Libération Nationale – FLN) from 1954 to 1962, which led to Algeria winning its ...

Which of the following countries is not located in the Arabian Peninsula region?

Bahrain is the smallest country of the Arabian Peninsula. Actually, Bahrain is not located on the peninsula, but on small islands that sit in the waters between the northwest coast of Qatar and the east coast of Saudi Arabia.

Which country has the healthiest breakfast?
Iceland comes out on top! Taking first place in the survey was Iceland with Hafragrautur (oatmeal), which they serve with SKyr yoghurt, fruit, coffee ...
Which country's people live in oases in and around the kara-kum?
The Karakum, or "black sand" desert covers 70 percent of the Central Asian nation of Turkmenistan. Population is sparse there, with only one person pe...
Which is the oldest country in the world?
Japan is the oldest country in the world. The Japanese Emperor who ascended the throne in 660 BCE was apparently the descendant of the sun goddess Ama...