Answer: The term 911 refers to the event that happened on September 11, 2001, when Osama Bin Laden, the person who planned an attack on the U.S. by using his initiatives to hijack planes and attack the twin towers and the Pentagon, is from Saudi Arabia, which is part of the Middle East.
Answer: Answer 1 The most common religion in the Middle East is Islam per Quran God revelation to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) followed by Christianity and followed by Judaism.
Answer 2 The religion for the majority of people in the Middle East is Islam. However, the main religion in Israel is Judaism, with small numbers of Jews elsewhere in the Middle East. In Lebanon, there are a lot of Maronites. Islam
Answer: Answer 1 For one reason the middle east is rich in oil, which makes it atarget for external powers. The second reason, is that the middleeast contains many diverse ethnic and religeous groups increasingthe risks of internal wars.
Answer 2 The Arab invasion and colonization of the middle east has oppressedmuch of the indigenous tribal and religious minorities, oftenleading to disputes and wars. Examples of this includes Iraq withArabs dominating the Kurdish, Assyrian, Yazidi and Turkmenminorities. The Kurdish are also fighting for independence fromTurkey. The Jews were able to establish sovereignty in theirhomeland in Israel, but the Arabs continue to use the PalestinianArabs as a means to destroy Jewish sovereignty.