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Which 5 countries in the Middle East are smallest in land area?

Which 5 countries in the Middle East are smallest in land area?

The smallest countries in the Middle East are Bahrain (295 square miles or 765 square kilometers), Cyprus (3,568 square miles or 9,241 square kilometers), Lebanon (3,950 square miles or 10.2 thousand square kilometers), and Qatar (4,473 square miles or 11.6 thousand square kilometers).

What is the smallest country by land size in the Middle East?

Bahrain
Bahrain, an island nation in the Persian Gulf, is the smallest of the Middle Eastern states.

Whats the smallest country in the Middle East?

Countries and territories[edit] Saudi Arabia is geographically the largest Middle Eastern nation while Bahrain is the smallest.

Which is the smallest country in the Middle East?

Saudi Arabia has one of the youngest populations on earth with half of the 33.4 million residents being below 25 years old. Iran is the eighteenth most populous state on earth with about 81 million inhabitants. Iran is a West Asian country that occupies an area of about 1,648,195 km 2.

How many countries are there in the Middle East?

Middle East includes 18 countries. These are Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

Which is the poorest country in the Middle East?

Yemen is the poorest state in the Middle East with over 27million people. The Middles East had a total population of over 419,116,760 by 2015. Egypt is the tenth biggest state in the Middle East, but the most populous country in the region with over 90,253,760 people. The Egyptians make up over 21.86% of the people living in the Middle East.

Which is the most stable country in the Middle East?

The vast majority (92%) of the population identify as Sunni Muslims. The country is known as a safe haven for refugees in the area fleeing their homes due to terrorism and political instability. Jordan is considered one of the most politically stable countries in the Middle East.