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What island is east of the Fertile Crescent?


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2013-08-20 22:16:26
2013-08-20 22:16:26

There is no island to the east of the Fertile Crescent. That is where Iran sits.

The closest island to the Fertile Crescent on the east side is Bahrain which is to the southeast.

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