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see ArabiaArabia
, peninsula (1991 est. pop. 35,000,000), c.1,000,000 sq mi (2,590,000 sq km), SW Asia. It is bordered on the W by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea, on the S by the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea, on the E by the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, and on the N by Iraq
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During the Safavids, the region was divided in two parts and the southern part was referred to as Arabistan. In the nineteenth century, the growth of British influence in the Persian Gulf undermined Iran's position in its southern provinces.
Kutanoz leishmaniasis olgularinin %90'i Afganistan, Cezayir, Brezilya, Iran, Peru, Suudi Arabistan ve Suriye'de bulunmaktadir.
APCO, KDPI, and MEK' over three distinct incompatibilities (Arabistan, Kurdistan, and government) is counted as three events.
The Arab activists in Khuzestan are expected to revive what decades ago used to be known as Arabistan. The petroleum producing and water supply-ing region is also known as Ahwaz.
Meningokok asisi hac ve umre doneminde Mekke ve Medine'yi ziyaret edecekler icin Suudi Arabistan tarafindan istenen zorunlu asidir.
The interpretation was mentioned by an ethnic Arab militant in the petroleum-rich province of Khuzestan, the Persian name of Arabistan which was annexed in April 1925 by Iran's Shah Muhammad-Reza Pahlavi whom the militant said had the support of the British Empire.
Look there are more than 400 million Arabs in the world but there are just around 40 million Persian [sic] just in the inner part of Iran and not the cost [sic] so the Gulf is for Arabs only because Arabs exist in both sides of the Gulf in Arabistan and Gulf stats [sic] and Iraq.
Bloody Arab-Iranian hostilities began in April 1925, when the British Empire helped Iran's Shah Muhammad-Reza Pahlavi annex Arabistan, an oil- and water-rich area along the Persian Gulf coast which Tehran called Khuzestan.
The terrorists were members of the Democratic Revolutionary Front for the Liberation of Arabistan (DRFLA) led by one Oan Ali Mohammed.
(NISOC or NIOC South) in charge of the onshore oilfields, mainly in Khuzistan (originally known as Arabistan annexed in April 1925) is the main producer.
Saddam's forces entered Iran's petroleum/water-rich province of Khuzestan (called Arabistan in Baghdad) in September 1980.
Some pundits described the Iranian province as Arabistan.