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Which middle eastern country invaded its neighbor Kuwait in 1990 starting the persian gulf war?



A Middle East country that borders the Persian Gulf is Kuwait.


Yes. Iraq is a Middle Eastern country.



Bahrain is an island in the Persian Gulf. It is connected to Saudi Arabia by a long bridge. Bahrain is a Middle Eastern country.


The Arabic name for a Middle Eastern marketplace is "souq" (or alternately "sooq" or "suq"). In Persian Middle East, they are called "Bazaar".


No. It is in Eastern Europe.


Eight Middle Eastern countries border the Persian Gulf. Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman (exclave of Musandam), Iraq, and Iran all border the Persian Gulf.


To the east of the Gulf - Iran (once called Persia). To the west is Iraq, once called Mesopotamia.


The Middle Eastern country that shares the Dead Sea with Israel is Jordan.



Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman (exclave of Musandam), Iraq, and Iran all border the Persian Gulf and they are all Middle Eastern countries.


I would say that the cuisines of Middle Eastern Lebanon and Syria stand out. as superb If you want to include North Africa, then Moroccan cuisine is one of the great cuisines of the world. = Answer = be sure to check out Jewish-Iraqi and Persian cuisine. in fact i don't think there's a bad middle eastern cuisine.


Typically, Georgia is not considered a Middle Eastern country, but a reasonable argument could be made that Georgia is a Middle Eastern country due to its proximity to the unanimously-accepted Middle East.


Greece is not a Middle Eastern country. It's European. But they do produce good olive oil.


EGYPT is has a population of 82 million people, making it the most populous Middle Eastern country.


Kuwait is the only one of the eight countries that borders the Persian Gulf that starts with a "K". Although, Qatar (which also starts with a "K" sound) also borders the Persian Gulf.


There are two questions here:Question 1) Which middle eastern country that lies between Iraq and Afghanistan used to be called Persia? -- The Middle Eastern country between Iraq and Afghanistan is IRAN.Question 2) Why is the Persian Gulf important to this country's economy? -- The Persian Gulf is very important to Iran for a number of reasons. The primary reason is that it provides a mechanism for Iran to export its petroleum around the world. It also provides Iran access to an incredible amount of seafood, trade, and cultural interaction with its neighbors.


Each Middle Eastern country has a unique currency. Unlike Europe or Central Africa, there is no common Middle Eastern currency.


Primarily in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf.


No, Germany is a European country.


Yes. However, it is not an Arab country.


There is no country called "Malamar". If perhaps you were refering to Myanmar, that is a Southeast Asian country.




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