Arab states

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Country Area (Rank) Area (km2)[Note 1] Area (sq mi) Area (% of Total) Area (Notes) Pop Pop (World rank) Density (rank) Density (/km2) Density (/mi2)
 Algeria 1 2,381,741 919,595 18.1% Largest country in Africa and in the Arab world. 37,100,000 34 17 16 41
 Bahrain 22 758 293 0.005% 1,234,596 155 1 1,646 4,263
 Comoros 21 2,235 863 0.01% 691,000 163 4 309 800
 Djibouti 16 23,200 9,000 0.1% 864,000 159 15 37 96
 Egypt 6 1,002,000 387,000 7.6% Excluding the Hala'ib Triangle (20,580 km2/7,950 sq mi). 81,650,212[1] 16 9 94 243
 Iraq 10 435,244 168,049 3.3% 30,747,000 40 12 70 181
 Jordan 14 89,342 34,495 0.7% 6,316,000 106 11 71 184
 Kuwait 17 17,818 6,880 0.1% 2,700,000 134 5 200 518
 Lebanon 19 10,452 4,036 0.08% 4,224,000 125 3 404 1,046
 Libya 4 1,759,540 679,360 11.4% 6,420,000 103 21 3.6 9.3
 Mauritania 5 1,025,520 395,960 7.8% 3,291,000 138 22 3.2 8.3
 Morocco 9 446,550 172,410 3.4% Does not include Western Sahara (266,000 km2/103,000 sq mi). 36,064,173 35 10 77 199
 Oman 11 309,500 119,500 2.4% 2,845,000 139 20 9.2 24
 State of Palestine 20 6,020 2,320 0.05% 4,550,368 126 2 687 1,779
 Qatar 18 11,586 4,473 0.08% 2,155,446 149 6 154 399
 Saudi Arabia 2 2,149,690 830,000 16.4% Largest country in the Middle East. 28,146,658 45 19 131 339
 Somalia 7 637,657 246,201 4.9% 9,133,000 85 18 14 36
 Sudan 3 1,861,484 718,723 14.2% Formerly the largest country in Africa. 30,894,000 39 16 16 41
 Syria 12 185,180 71,500 1.4% Including the part of the Golan Heights (1,200 km2/460 sq mi) currently occupied by Israel. 21,906,000 55 7 118 306
 Tunisia 13 163,610 63,170 1.2% 10,673,800 77 13 65 168
 United Arab Emirates 15 83,600 32,300 0.6% 8,264,070 93 8 99 256
 Yemen 8 527,968 203,850 4.0% 23,580,000 49 14 45 117
TOTAL  Arab League # # # # # 349,870,608

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Source, unless otherwise specified: "Demographic Yearbook—Table 3: Population by sex, rate of population increase, surface area and density" (PDF). United Nations Statistics Division. 2008. Retrieved 24 September 2010. 
    Entries in this table giving figures other than the figures given in this source are bracketed by asterisks () in the Notes field, and the rationale for the figure used are explained in the associated Note.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CAPMAS homepage". Retrieved 15 August 2011.