Egypt The aggregate population of all Arab states in 2018 was roughly 407–420 million people. Egypt, a North African country with a population of 98 million people, is the most populous Arab state. It is also the most densely populated, at more than 700 people per square kilometer. In comparison, Saudi Arabia, the most populous Arab country without an urban center, has a population of 30 million people.
France Before the French Revolution, France was among the most populous countries in Europe. Since then it has lost much of its territory through war and annexation. Today, it is ranked sixth by overall population size—although it remains the European country with which the United States has the most substantial military alliance system based on shared values and interests.
Morocco Morocco is a country in Western Asia. Its capital is Rabat. It is bordered by Algeria to the west, Tunisia to the northeast, and Libya to the south. It had an estimated population of 39.5 million people in 2016.
After Egypt, Morocco is the second-most-populous Arab country. But unlike Egypt, where most of the population is made up of rural dwellers, nearly half of Morocco's population lives in cities. This is because much of the country is desert, so people live in towns and villages near water sources such as lakes and rivers.
Egypt, a North African country with a population of 98 million people, is the most populous Arab state. With an estimated population of 832,322 people, the Indian Ocean nation is the least inhabited of the Comoros. ... Arab nations classified according to religion (percentage of population)
It has a population of about 411 million people, 13 million of them are Arab migrants. Middle Eastern Population Growth: Religious diversity is one of the Middle East's most well-known characteristics.
|Country||2021 Population||Density (km²)|
|United Arab Emirates||9,991,089||119.51|
Egypt is the most populated nation in the MENA area, with almost 100 million inhabitants, accounting for around 17% of the total. Iraq has the second largest population, with 32 million people or 46% of the region's total population.
Iran is the third most populous country in the region with 75 million people or 11% of the MENA population. Afghanistan is the fourth most populous country in the region with 29 million people or 4% of the total population.
Southwest Asia also includes Pakistan, which has 175 million people or 26% of the region's total population. Bangladesh is another highly populous country in South Asia with 160 million people or 24% of the region's total population.
North Africa includes Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia. This region has a total population of approximately 500 million people or 80% of the total population of the Middle East.
The Middle East includes Bahrain, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen.
India is the most populous country in South Asia with 1.35 billion people or 20% of the total population of Asia.
The Middle East's Ten Most Populous Countries
The Arab globe is made up of 22 nations and about 200 million people. "Arab" is a term used to designate individuals who speak Arabic as their first language. Arab is a cultural word rather than a racial term, and Arabic people come from a variety of ethnic and religious origins. Most are of Palestinian, Lebanese, Iraqi, Egyptian, or Yemeni ancestry, with other groups including Sudanese, Senegalese, Moroccan, Syrian, and Indian.
The Arab world is the largest regional block on Earth by area. It consists of 7 main countries: Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, and Yemen. In addition, there are 2 autonomous regions in Iran and 1 province in South Africa that have an Arab identity. The total population of the Arab world is approximately 400 million people.
In 2015, it was estimated that the number of Arabs around the world was nearly 70 million. Of these, about 6 million were immigrants or descendants of immigrants from the Arab world living in other countries.
The most common country of origin for immigrants from the Arab world is Syria, followed by Egypt, then Palestine.
The majority of Arab immigrants work in the private sector in Europe and North America. Although they make up a small proportion of the populations of these countries, economists estimate that they contribute significantly to national economies because of their employment rates.