Town in Morocco with 40,000 inhabitants, situated in the south.
Leader of Libya since 1969, but without holding any official titles.
War fought between Iraq and allies of Kuwait, from January 16 to February 28, 1991, lasting 44 days altogether.
Lake in Israel with a surface area of 166 km, a length of 23 km and a maximum width of 13 km.
Part of the Avesta, which is believed to be the work of Zarathustra himself.
City in Palestine with 600,000 inhabitants, situated on the Mediterranean Sea.
Empire lasting for about 1,000 years in today's central Libya, principally along the still existing Wadi l-Ajal.
Syrian territory, now under Israeli occupation.
A Middle Eastern religious and philosophical orientation that grew strong in the 1st century CE, exercising strong influence on Judaism and Christianity and at times representing a strong and competing theology.
City in Turkey with 603,000 inhabitants, situated in southeastern part of the country.