Does golan heights border the Middle East?
The Golan Heights is a small region within the Middle East, particularly, the central Levant region.
Which of the following is not a border of middle east Mediterranean sea fertile crescent Persian gulf golan heights?
Using the areas given in Wikipedia, not including the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem, Texas is 33.49 times the size of Israel (including the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem Texas is 31.52 times the size of Israel). Not including the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem, Israel's area is 91.95% of the size of New Jersey (including the disputed areas, Israel's area is 97.72% of the size of New Jersey).
Yes, but only in very specific places, typically the mountains. The most common areas for snowfall in the Middle East are the Golan Heights (both under Israeli Occupation and in Syria proper), northern Lebanon, most of the Black Sea Coast of Turkey (if you consider that part of the Middle East), and the Zagros and Alborz Mountains of Iran.
This question is difficult to understand. The following are the two different interpretations that were most apparent. 1) What are the territories outside of the 1949 borders that Israel currently occupies? -- These are them: The West Bank, East Jerusalem, East Bank of the Sea of Galilee, and the Golan Heights. With the exception of the Golan Heights, all of these territories were once part of the British Mandate of Palestine. 2) What are all…
Answer 1 No, of course not. Israel became a legal nation on May 14, 1948. Answer 2 Long Answer: In terms of international law, Israel is fully legitimate in its control of all territories acquired according to the armistices of 1949 pending a full and final border resolution through peace treaties. However, the areas of the West Bank and the Golan Heights (including East Jerusalem and the Eastern border of the Sea of Galilee) are…