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Persian Gulf

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The Persian Gulf is a a body of water that provides an outlet for numerous Middle Eastern countries, while separating Iran from the Arabian Peninsula. It was the site of numerous recent conflicts as well as one of the most important hubs for petroleum in the world.
They are not too far apart they bothered lie in the Middle East. They are about 3,000 miles apart. Hope this helped!
Iraq is a largely landlocked country in the Middle East. It does, however, have a small coastline (about 50km) on the Persian Gulf.
The Tigris River and the Euphrates River flow through Iraq and then meet near the city of Al Basrah to create the Shatt Al Arab River. See this map for a visual explanation: http://www.astreetjournalist.com/wp-content/uploads/iraq-map.gif1.bmp
No country in the Persian Gulf (called the Arabian Gulf by Arabs)  had a change in government in 2002. At that time and to this day,  Saudi Arabia and Bahrain were already kingdoms. Kuwait, the UAE,  and Qatar were and remain principalities or emirates in Arabic.  Iran was and remains an Islamic...
Bahrain is the smallest country on the Persian Gulf.
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers flow into the Persian Gulf.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the country which is bordered by  Saudi Arabia, Oman and Persian Gulf.
The arabian Gulf (Persian Gulf) is under threaten of pollution from  several sources ( land based sources, sea based sources, point and  non point sources). Basically, the main pollution comes from oil  industry like trasportation, oil tanker vessels and ... etc.
Iraq borders Iran and Kuwait on its Persian Gulf coast.
8. Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab  Emirates and Oman .
In relation to Asia, the Arabian Gulf is in the south west.
It is Saudi Arabia it is also the biggest producer of oil and a member of OPEC. hope this can help
The Fertile Crescent stretches from the Mediterranean Sea  through the Tigris-Euphrates Valley to the Persian Gulf.
I am sure it is due to geologic reasons. However, on the  environmental side of things, the Red Sea has a huge coral reef  that is world class. In the 1970s, it was the largest untouched  coral reef in the world. Not sure of its status now, with shipping  and garbage being dumped.
Bahrain is a small island nation in the Persian Gulf.
States follow the lead of Washington DC. If Washington says go, states follow.
They are interested in breeding the animals because this way it will be more easy to find meat and other food stuffs like dairy products and it has become a very profitable business.
The distance from Lahore Pakistan to the Persian Gulf is roughly  1,421 miles. One of the nearest cities on the Persian Gulf which is  accessible by car from Lahore is Bandare-e Anzali, Iran.
They are Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran.
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, a very little piece of Iraq, Iran, & the United Arab Emirates
Saudi Arabia is the largest county that borders the Persian Gulf.
No, it is part of the Middle East, not a border.
Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates,  Oman (exclave of Musandam), Iraq, and Iran all border the Persian  Gulf. Any other country would qualify.
The narrow outlet of the Persian Gulf is the Strait of Hormuz.
No. Turkey does not border the Persian Gulf and is actually smaller  than Saudi Arabia, which is the largest country to border the  Persian Gulf.
Iraq's south eastern border is the Persian Gulf. It's capital is Baghdad.
The other name is Persian Gulf. - Please note -source is NOT True Knowledge.
The other name for the Persian Gulf is the Arabian Gulf
because this name is a historic and always survive name only only PERSIAN GULF
Oil is the natural resource that played the largest role in theeconomies
No. Morocco is thousands of kilometers away from the Persian Gulf.  It sits on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Iran borders Persian gulf on the north.
The Sinai peninsula is nowhere near the Persian Gulf.
The Persian Gulf is about 615 miles long and its width does vary in  different locations from 210 miles to 35 miles. The Persian Gulf is  located in the Middle East.
no, Saudi Arabia, israel, jordon, Iraq, uae, oman, yemen, Iran
They are Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran.
Britain, Canada and every member of the NATO Alliance.
That is a STRAIT , and it is Hormuz. If you are actuallylooking for roads that go from one gulf to the other, there areseveral, such as Emirates Route 102, and Emirates Route 44 / OmaniRoute 5 (E-44 and O-5 are the same road, but it crosses the borderin several places).
The Iranian island of Qeshm is the largest island in the Persian  Gulf at roughly 1,491 sq. km. However, some consider Qeshm to be in  the Strait of Hormuz instead of the Persian Gulf proper. If Qeshm  is excluded the largest island is Bubiyan Island, which is part of  Kuwait and close to the...
No "bodies of water" except the rivers Tigris and Euphrates empty into the Persian Gulf.
Pararell to the red sea and meditterran sea coast on west and of the arabian peninsula
Along Saudi Arabia, the Arabian Gulf lies to the? north or west
Oil is the main reason for western intrusion and setting up state and country in middle east from the start. Middle east country used to be more or less a tribal gather but was set to state and country by the coming of western oil company. By setting up the state and country, it come the trading for...
The Persian Gulf and interior countries include Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the Untied Arab Emirates, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan.
Latitude: N 27° 2' 57.8301", Longitude: E 51° 27'  39.5673"
Countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf, called the Persian Gulf States, are (clockwise, from the north): Iran (Persia), United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar on a peninsula off the Saudi coast, Bahrain on an island, and Kuwait and Iraq in the northwest
Countries with a coastline on the Persian Gulf, called the Persian Gulf States, are (clockwise, from the north): Iran (Persia), United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar on a peninsula off the Saudi coast, Bahrain on an island, and Kuwait and Iraq in the northwest
No, it is a body of water in the middle east situated between Iran and Saudi Arabia
There are actually several small countries (which are small enough to qualify as city-states) located directly IN the Persian Gulf: Bahrain United Arab Emirates Qatar The first is probably the best fit for a definition of both "city-state", and "closest to", being that it is barely 750 sq km in...
There are four capital cities on the Persian Gulf. These capitals  are Kuwait City in Kuwait, Manama in Bahrain, Doha in Qatar, and  Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates.
The Gulf of Oman is 24,100 sq. miles and the Arabian Gulf is approx. 87,000 sq. miles.
Persians (Iranians), 30 years old earlier Shah exchanged Bahrain with Other Parts of Persian Gulf (Some parts that where far from Iran). recently Arabian countries found out there is many black golds in it, that's why they started to take it back with renaming it.. Actually it always where Persian...
The Arabian Gulf (also referred to as the Persian Gulf) is located off the eastern coast of Western Asia.
it has always been the Persian gulf, because the Persians were the first to explore the area of , so they named it the PERSIAN gulf. as you can see in the memorial wall of rome (The other big civilization of that time) , the name is spelled as "Golfo Persico" which means the Persian gulf.
Yes, that is correct.