Why Muslim countries are called gulf countries?
They are not. Countries located beside the Persian Gulf are often called Gulf Countries.
The noun 'gulf' is a common noun unless it is the name of a specific gulf. In the term 'gulf countries', the noun 'gulf' is used as an adjective (a function called an attributive noun) to describe the common noun 'countries'. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. For example: Kuwait, Qatar, and Bahrain are Pesian Gulf countries. China and Vietnam are the Gulf of Tonkin countries.
The countries are u.s. and Canada. The winter archipelago island chain located to the West of the "Gulf of Alaska" are called the, "Aleutian Islands." The mild, rainy, and damp archipelago located east of the Gulf of Alaska are called to and/or kown as the, "Inside Passge of Alaska" which is where you can find Juneau which is the current Capitol of the U.S. State of Alaska. The United States of America and Canada both…
Islam is a universal religion. The world has now changed into a global village. The Muslims are found in almost every nook and corner of the world. There are 57 independent Muslim countries where Islam is practised. Some of the Muslim countries are: Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Gulf States, Jordon, Lybia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Is it generally accepted in Muslim countries? Muslim countries vary a great deal. Most people think of Muslim countries as limited to North Africa and the Middle East, but the largest Muslim communities are in countries like India, Pakistan, and Indonesia. English is the second language of choice in most non English-speaking countries, including Muslim ones.
Islam is found in almost every nook and corner of the world. There are about 57 independent Muslim countries in the world. Saudi Arabis, Gulf States, Egypt, Syria, Jordon, Turkey, Pakistan, Indonesia, Libia, Sudan, the West African Countries, Bangla Desh are a few Muslim countries. After Christians, the Muslims form the second largest majority community/religion.