The researchers used to look at the Arab Gulf states as "states of homogeneous". However, the truth and history tells another story. Arab Gulf states are "heterogeneo...
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...es (hot in summer; cold in the winter) and a few rains falls in winter. With the exception of south-west of Saudi Arabia, rainfall in the summer by the Seasonal storm and the weather is mild in the summer. Also in the south of Amman, the weather moderated in summer, and fall some rain.
Finally, I wrote above about the Arab Gulf states and classified in terms of: culture, area, population, terrain and weather. Also I explained in detail the social situation and I compared between the Gulf States in this regard. Before entering into that I say some of information about the Arabian (Persian) Gulf This strategic location on the world map. The lecture also included an explanation of the reasons that led to the Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf States Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain. The linking of the special relationships and common features.
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