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الإثنين، 15 كانون1/ديسمبر 2014

The Arab World In Numbers And Information


The Arab World In Numbers And Information

Runs the Arab world or the Arab world geographically from the Atlantic Ocean in the west where the Maghreb to the Arabian Sea in the east,

States that take a comprehensive Arabic as an official language, on which fall under the membership of the League of Arab States  ...

Population in the Arab world:

The population of the Arab world, 332 million people in the estimates for 2009.

Noting that there are categories of people who do not speak Arabic in countries such as Somalia, Djibouti, Comoros, Sudan, Iraq and Syria.

However, there are other categories of people who speak Arabic, but they live in countries other than the bound of the Arab League spaces such as the territory occupied by Iran since 1925, in which 8 million are Arabs.

There are Arabs as well as in Chad, Turkey, Iran, Eritrea, Mali, Indonesia and Malaysia.

What we must say here that the majority of these countries limit the Geography of the Arab countries so it was inevitable that some of its inhabitants Arabs, tribes have been affected by the Arabic language was the circulation among them.

With reference to the Encarta Encyclopedia 2004, we find that the number of Arabic speakers has reached 422 039 637 persons.

About 76% of the Arabs follow the religion of Islam and the rest are mostly Christians, who are concentrated in Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Jordan and Iraq.

There are also small numbers of Jews in Morocco, Tunisia and Yemen.

And Islamic law from one of the sources of the laws in Arab countries especially in countries of the Arabian Peninsula.

However, it is clear that Islamic law does not apply in their entirety at any of these countries only if we exclude the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. And some other Arab countries are secular or quasi-secular.

Straits and waterways that are supervised by the Arab world:  Strait of Hormuz, which is supervised by Oman and Iran.

- Strait and the Strait of Bab, which is supervised by Yemen and Djibouti.

 - Suez Canal, which supervised by Egypt.

 - The Strait of Gibraltar, which is supervised by Morocco and Spain.  

Tourism in the Arab world:

 Religious monuments:

 There in the Arab world's largest number of religious sites and is the first shrine in the world where tourism is a great deal of income for these countries.

 Of the Islamic features:

 - The Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia.

 - Prophet's Mosque in Saudi Arabia.

 - Al-Aqsa Mosque in Palestine.

 - Al-Azhar mosque in Egypt.

 - Al-Azhar University in Egypt.

 - Mosque of Sultan Hassan in Egypt.

 - Al-Hussein Mosque in Egypt.

 - Umayyad Mosque in Syria.

- University of villagers in Fez, Morocco.

- Mosque of Hassan II in Morocco.

 - Abu Hanifa Mosque in Baghdad, Iraq.

 - The Great Mosque in Samarra, Iraq.

 - Mosque of Uqba Kairouan in Tunisia.

 - Zaytuna Mosque in Tunis Tunisia.

 Features of Christianity:

 Church of the Resurrection in Jerusalem in Palestine.

 Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, Palestine.

 Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth, Palestine.

 The Hanging Church in Cairo.

 Monastery of St. Catherine in Sinai.

 Jewish monuments:

 Vessels and containers of a synagogue in Fez, Morocco.

 Synagogue on the island of Djerba in Tunisia.

 Landmarks:

 The Arab world is a powerful magnet for tourists from all over the world to the vast stretches of the Middle East, and the most important landmarks.

 Egypt: Pyramids of Giza and the effects of Luxor and Aswan, Tel el-Amarna, Alexandria, Old Cairo, Memphis and Thebes and Edfu and St. Catherine.

 • Algeria: Monument des Martyrs in the capital, the mountains of Hoggar Pettmnrast, Taghit Bashar, lip picturesque Medea, Oyama Koraip Béjaïa, nozzle Maddenp by Laghouat caused by the fall's second-largest meteorite, arc Caracalla Market Ahras, Timgad and beautiful Alothreytin Bbatnp and Sétif, transmitting, Guelma, Ghardaia, Constantine, Skikda, Jijel, Tlemcen and all tourist areas.

• Nizwa Fort, the Council of the jinn cave, cave Hote, Salalah, Masirah, Daymaniyat, Fort Jabarin, Alaijp, Alochkrp, the port of Tyre, Castle Jalali and Al Mirani, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Market Matrah - Sultanate of Oman

 • the effects of Leptis Magna, Sabratha, Cyrene, Zlmitp, Lake Gaberoun, the old city, Tripoli, arc Marcus Aurelius, the red palace Libya, Church Green City Tarhunah.

 • The effects of Tangier, Fez, Meknes, Rabat and the new - Morocco.

 • raised Palmyra and Apamea and Bosra and role Oorpos and Old Damascus and Aleppo and flaming and Ramita and Maaloula and Amrit and Mary and Sednaya and Ugarit and Carchemish Arwad and Rusafa, Syria and a total pledge of allegiance - Syria.

 • The implications of Irbid, Jerash and Petra and the Dead Sea, Aqaba, Zarqa, Salt and Ain Ghazal Amman, Madaba, Umm Qais, Ajloun and Karak - Jordan.

 • The implications of Babylon, Nimrud and Ur and Ekrkov Baghdad, Samarra, Hit, Nineveh and Assyria and the cities and Fort Ukhaydir in the Middle Euphrates and the role of twisted Abu DLF - Iraq.

 • The effects of Jericho, Jerusalem and Ashkelon, Bethlehem and Beit Shean, Galilee, Hebron and the Negev and the Galilee, Nablus and Sebastian and the Dead Sea - Palestine.

 • Sidon, Baalbek, Byblos, Tyre and Beirut - Lebanon.

 • El Jem, Carthage, Mahdia, Kairouan - Tunisia.

 • Pyramids of Meroe and Jebel kicker - Sudan.

 • Close the biblical Temple of Marib, Aden, Sanaa's Old - Yemen.

 • Madain Saleh, Mecca and Medina and the old city of Jeddah and the effects of the owners of the groove in Najran Qatif, Qal Tarot and the King Abdul Aziz Historical and the effects of Dir'iya Riyadh - Saudi Arabia.

 • Failaka, a wall of Kuwait - Kuwait.

 • Many of the cities and other areas that is not enough room to convey.

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 Indicators of Arab public

*Proportion of area of the Arab world constitute 10.2% of the area of the world.

• estimated total population of the Arab world by more than three hundred million people.

• Arab countries are available on aquatic resources and most of the windows to the sea.

• proven oil reserves in the Arab countries is 59% of the total global oil reserves.

• proven gas reserves in the Arab countries is 29.4%.

• The total labor force is estimated at about 112 million people, including.

• The unemployment rate in the Arab countries reached 15% of the total labor force.

• Arab GDP almost a trillion dollars.

• Per capita share of gross domestic product of more than 3558 dollars.

• The rate of growth at current prices 21.4% in 2006, compared to 17.8% in 2005.

• Results distributed to the local Arab:

- quarrying industries by 38.38%.

- The service sector by 36.8%.

- manufacturing industries by 9.8%.

- Agriculture by 6.7%.

total capital of the Arab money abroad about 1500 billion U.S. dollars.

An estimated surplus of saving over investment in the Arab countries oil at 35%.

Arab debts accumulated since 2005, reaching 149.3 billion U.S. dollars.

• The ratio of debt to gross domestic Arab 36.1%.

• Ratio of debt service, compared with export earnings of goods and services to the Arab 10.8%.

Inter-Arab trade accounts for 12.1% of the total Arab trade

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Move in Africa

The African market represents more than 800 million people, a large consumer base are different tastes and seasons as well as demand and income levels, which is considered as a big export of Arab products in many sectors, commodity and service untapped as ideal because of the high cost of Trade with these countries to the difficulty of shipping and storage, and high business risk, and sometimes non-commercial in some of these markets, the existence of marketing channels and European funding stable in most of these countries, which makes it more difficult to contest.

However, that same time, visions of the importance of a map especially clear window to go to the continent on a number of themes consistent with the nature of these markets, which differ substantially from the nature of the developed markets and has begun to go to Africa to export to a number of individual countries about the side benefit of the Convention Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, known as the COMESA. To broaden the base of the African market began to move towards West African States, which represents a large consumer base.

We hope to succeed in foreign trade in the implementation of the strategy in the African continent to increase trade with the continent's export and import to return to the continent's economic and financial benefits  and political