A member of a Semitic people, originally from the Arabian peninsula and neighbouring territories, inhabiting much of the Middle East and North Africa
A homeless child or young person living on the streets.
Relating to or involving all of the Arab states
Designating a strong, light horse of a breed produced by crossing thoroughbred and Arab horses; of or relating to such a horse.
A police and military force set up, staffed, and financed by the United Kingdom to keep the peace in the former Emirate of Transjordan (now Jordan).
Popular public opinion in Arab countries or communities, especially on political issues.
(Usually with the) the Arabic-speaking countries of the Middle East and North Africa regarded collectively, especially with reference to their political or cultural values or influence; Arabs collectively.
Another name for League of Arab States.
A series of anti-government uprisings in various countries in North Africa and the Middle East, beginning in Tunisia in December 2010
A member of a semi-nomadic Arab people inhabiting marshland in southern Iraq, near the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
A raggedly dressed homeless child wandering the streets
A movement asserting the political and cultural unity of Arab states and peoples and advocating their self-determination and independence from Western influences.
An adherent or advocate of Arab nationalism.
A river of SW Asia, formed by the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers and flowing 195 km (120 miles) through SE Iraq to the Persian Gulf. Its lower course forms the border between Iraq and Iran
A type of S-shaped metal spring used to support a bicycle saddle.
An independent state on the south coast of the Persian Gulf, west of the Gulf of Oman; population 4,798,500 (est. 2009); official language, Arabic; capital, Abu Dhabi. The United Arab Emirates was formed in 1971 by the federation of the independent sheikhdoms formerly called the Trucial States: Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah (joined early 1972), Sharjah, and Umm al-Qaiwain
A former political union established by Egypt and Syria in 1958. It was seen as the first step towards the creation of a pan-Arab union in the Middle East, but only Yemen entered into loose association with it (1958–66) and Syria withdrew in 1961. Egypt retained the name United Arab Republic until 1971
An organization of Arab states, founded in 1945 in Cairo, whose purpose is to ensure cooperation among its member states and protect their independence and sovereignty
An association of Arab countries, founded in 1968 to promote economic cooperation and safeguard its members' interests and to ensure the supply of oil to consumer markets. Its headquarters are in Safat, Kuwait