Category Archives: Middle East

Ras Umm El Sid, Egypt

Between the bays of Naama Bay and Sharm El Maya lies the cozy bay of Ras Um El Sid. Above it, above the beginning of the Strait of Tiran (Tiran), a cape rises, crowned with a lighthouse, and a real treasure is hidden under the water, forcing tourists to choose this particular area of ​​Sharm… Read More »

Aegean Coast of Turkey

The Aegean coast of Turkey differs in many ways from Antalya. The climate here is drier, and the entire resort infrastructure is located more compactly. On the coast of the Aegean Sea, as well as in Antalya, there are club-type hotels and city hotels. Check liuxers for customs and traditions of Turkey. It was on the… Read More »

Cities in Saudi Arabia

According to commit4fitness, Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy ruled by the sons and grandsons of the first king, Abdul Aziz. The head of state is the king. Criminal law is based on Sharia. The law prohibits discussion of the existing political system. The consumption of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited. The main population… Read More »

Syria Politics, Economy, and Society

Government and politics Syria has been a republic since 1963. In 1971, President Hafiz Al-Assada decreed a provisional Constitution, then in 1973 the current Constitution that defines Syria as a Democratic, People’s and Socialist Republic was approved in a referendum, based, among others, on the principles of equality before the law, freedom religious and private property. Every seven years… Read More »

GCC – Gulf Cooperation Council

The GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) was founded in 1981 with the aim of ensuring security and stability in the region through economic and political cooperation. Its current issues include political reforms and the process of reducing dependence on oil exports. Secretary-General Nayef al-Hajraf took office in 2020. The GCC has six member states. Introduction The… Read More »