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The waters between Iran and the Arabian peninsula are among the most important and valuable waterways in the world. And for decades now, Iran and the Arab Gulf States (mainly Saudi-Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates) have struggled to obtain dominance in the region. The dispute not only revolves around the material and strategic value of the waters, but also its name itself: Is it the Persian Gulf, or the Arabian Gulf? This question has become a heated discussion in the region, with many Arab states favouring the term ‘Arabian Gulf’ while Iran, and most of the rest of the world, consider the term ‘Persian Gulf’ as the correct one. In this video, we take a look at this strange naming conflict, its history and origins, as well its contemporary political implications. Consider supporting this channel on Patreon: Link to my Patreon: 🤍 Music: Desert City by Kevin MacLeod (licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Desert Caravan (by Aaron Kenny) Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 1:20 History of the Gulf 5:12 Iranian point of view 6:08 Arab point of view 6:43 Geostrategic importance 7:29 Current situation 8:22 Future outlook 9:40 Outro Sources: Askari, H. (2013) Conflicts in the Persian Gulf: Origins and Evolution. Palgrave. Kamrava, Mehran (2018) Troubled Waters: Insecurity in the Persian Gulf. Cornell University Press. de Ruyter, Mick (2019) Maritime Political Geography: The Persian Gulf Islands of Tunbs and Abu Musa. In: Northern Mariner/Le Marin du Nord. Vol. 29. Issue 4. Fred Halliday (1996) Arabs and Persians : beyond the geopolitics of the Gulf. Martin H. Levinson (2011) Mapping the Persian Gulf Naming Dispute. In: A Review of General Semantics. Vol. 68. No. 3. Brian Whitaker (2010) Persian Gulf? Arabian Gulf? One big gulf in understanding. Online: 🤍 #persiangulf #arabiangulf #geopolitics
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There's no shortage of flash points in the Middle East. U.S. President Donald Trump recently exposed the gulf in that region over what to call the Gulf. Donald Trump’s use of one name instead of the other reignited a decades-long debate about what it should be called. “It harasses American ships and threatens freedom of navigation in the Arabian Gulf and in the Red Sea.” Iranians swamped Trump with 3.97 million responses on Instagram and Twitter over the perceived slight. And 3 days later, an exhibition ripping Trump for his comments opened in Tehran under the title "Persian Gulf Forever" So who’s right? * For more explainers, graphics and videos, visit: 🤍 or follow us on Facebook 🤍 We report the news in 22 countries without a free press. Our journalists are a unique source of information from the front lines. 🤍
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Thousands of Marines backed by U.S. fighter jets and warships are building up in the Persian Gulf. It’s a sign that while America’s wars in the region may be finished, its conflict with Iran over its advancing nuclear program continues to worsen, with no solutions in sight. #shorts #PersianGulf #Iran
Iran has released footage of the USS Dwight D Eisenhower aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz. It recently navigated into the Persian Gulf to support US missions in the area. “On Nov 26, the Carrier Strike Group Eisenhower (IKECSG) completed a transit of the Strait of Hormuz to enter the waters of the Arabian Gulf as the Strike Group continues to support USCENTCOM missions,” US Central Command said on X. “While in the Arabian Gulf, the IKECSG are patrolling to ensure freedom of navigation in key international waterways while supporting CENTCOM requirements throughout the region.” The aircraft carrier was accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea, guided-missile destroyers USS Gravely and the USS Stethem and the French frigate Languedoc. Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture. #Iran #israel
The seabed around the world has proven to be an archaeological treasure trove, consistently yielding items that are rewriting history books and filling museums. The Arabian Gulf has one of the longest and richest seafaring traditions anywhere in the world. Prior to 8,000 years ago sea levels were considerably lower and the land to the north of the Emirates was an open and potentially fertile landscape. This landscape is an untapped resource, offering the prospect of not only ancient wrecks, but discoveries from the distant prehistoric submerged landscape of Abu Dhabi. This talk delves into the intricacies surrounding the Arabian Gulf as it relates its' position as an archaeological treasure. Speaker Richard Cuttler, Archaeologist, Historic Environment Department, Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT) Sign up to our mailing list to stay informed of upcoming NYU Abu Dhabi Institute events: 🤍 * About the Channel: NYUAD Institute aims to connect with and enrich the global community, through the talks, panel discussions, film screenings, and exhibitions it organises. Featuring renowned scholars, researchers, policymakers, and thought leaders who present topics of local and global significance. If you like our videos, please consider subscribing to our Channel! * About the institute: Established in 2008, the NYU Abu Dhabi Institute is a center of advanced research, scholarly, and creative activity for Abu Dhabi, the UAE, and the world. Its academic conferences serve as a scholarly platform for NYU Abu Dhabi faculty, and faculty across the global network, to discuss and showcase their innovative research and creative activity. To learn more visit our website: 🤍 * Follow us on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 * #RichardCuttler #ArabianGulf #NYUAD
The end of the Arabian Gulf Cup football tournament in Iraq is fast approaching, with the final to be held tomorrow. For the past fortnight, the sporting event has brought fans from across Iraq and Gulf countries into the city of Basra, where the economic benefits are already starting to be felt. #Iraq #ArabianGulfCup #football 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍
Qatar's location seems obvious to most westerners, but in the Middle East, the Persian Gulf is mainly known as Arabian Gulf. This is probably the #1 comment I got in my first video in Qatar: 🤍 Here goes the detailed explanation: the naming dispute started in the 60's. This body of water is historically and internationally known as the Persian Gulf, but Arab governments refer to it as the Arabian Gulf or The Gulf, and other countries and organizations have begun using Arabian Gulf. Yes, there's a rivalry between Iran and some Arab states. Persia was historically the common name used for Iran. Today, both are considered correct. This short video is part of a series featuring Doha and Qatar in preparation for the FIFA World Cup 2022. ► All videos in Qatar: 🤍 - SUBSCRIBE to discover the world with us ► 🤍 - #shorts #RenataInQatar #fifaworldcup2022 #worldcup2022 #doha #notsponsored Want to travel and create videos? Some services we use and recommend: ✔️ Products I use (my Amazon store): 🤍 ✔️ Airbnb - Here's up to US$50 off your first stay when you create an account: 🤍 ✔️ Music: Epidemic Sound - free for 30 days here: 🤍 ✔️ YouTube keyword research and batch processing: Tubebuddy - 🤍 ✔️ Credit card with no international fees: Amex Delta Skymiles - 🤍 (the annual fee compensates the benefits if you travel a lot) ✔️ Phone/internet worldwide: Google Fi - Here's $20 in credit: 🤍 ✔️ Hotels: hotels.com - Save up to 25% when you book via mobile: 🤍 (plus a free night after you stay for 10 nights) This video was created in 2022 for the official Renata Pereira YouTube Channel at 🤍 Liked it? Share it ► 🤍 After watching, please take a minute to leave a comment or subscribe. I'm a travel vlogger, and I really appreciate it! :) LET'S CONNECT! + BLOG: 🤍 + FACEBOOK: 🤍 + INSTAGRAM: 🤍 + TWITTER: 🤍 + PINTEREST: 🤍 + YOUTUBE IN PORTUGUESE: 🤍 (who knows if you have a Brazilian friend or wants to practice your Portuguese!? ;) Disclaimer: Some of the links above are affiliate links. We may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support when you choose to click on them, as you help support this channel - ► WHO AM I? I am a Brazilian-American journalist living in Florida. After traveling the world working with sports, news, and events for over 15 years, I realized that what I really love is the travel part of it all. So I exchanged life in the newsrooms and stadiums for the daily challenge of being an independent content producer. I created this channel to share the beauties of the world... stuff that for so long I only kept to myself. Also to help people planning similar trips and to inspire more people to venture out and enjoy life! P.S.: The funny guy who appears in the vlogs is my husband, Gordon. He is Canadian-American and he's actually camera-shy, that's why he's behind the camera most of the time 😉 - NEW VIDEO ►►► 🤍 -
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Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) vessels conducted unsafe and unprofessional actions against U.S. military ships by crossing the ships’ bows and sterns at close range while operating in international waters of the North Arabian Gulf on April 15, 2020. US Navy Video
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NYU Abu Dhabi, on Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island, sits only about a kilometer away from a massive coral reef that's trying to survive some of the most extreme environmental conditions in the world. John Burt, NYUAD marine biologist and associate professor of biology, says he couldn't ask for a better natural laboratory for his team of researchers to explore how environmental and human-triggers affect reef fauna in the Arabian Gulf. What they learn in Abu Dhabi, could provide important insights into coral reef's ability to survive climate change worldwide. Visit our website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
ARABIAN GULF CUP • ALL WINNERS [1970 - 2023] THIS VIDEO CONTAINS ALL WINNER OF ARABIAN GULF CUP SINCE 1970. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS. #football #futebol #futbol #calcio #arabcup #arabiangulfcup #arabiangulf #iraq #oman #uae #bahrein #qatar #kuwait #yemen #saudiarabia
The 25th edition of the Arabian Gulf Cup football tournament has given many Iraqis a moment to be proud of, in what has become the first major football event in more than 40 years for the country. Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News
SUPPORT TTK: MERCH 🎽: 🤍 Or if you would rather donate money 💰: 🤍 With recent drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil production, the Strait of Hormuz could become the centre of tensions once again. The Strait of Hormuz connects the Persian Gulf with the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. This narrow shipping route transports one third of all of the sea-transited oil on EARTH! In recent months attacks on ships in the Gulf of Oman have threatened the stability of the Strait of Hormuz as a shipping route. Find out how disruptions in the Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman might affect global oil trade, and what countries have done to try to mitigate this (oil and gas pipelines!). Credits: Satellite pic of Persian Gulf/Strait of Hormuz:Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Land Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC Satellite pic of Earth: NASA Visible Earth Music: Song 'Summer' by Bensound Other Music from Audioblocks Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Find me on Twitter: 🤍
Over the last decade, Iran has been causing more and more headaches for oil tanker operators in the Strait of Hormuz, a central artery of global trade. In the last two years alone, Iran has harassed, attacked or interfered with 15 internationally flagged merchant vessels. This critical waterway separates the Persian Gulf from the Arabian Sea, which makes it an important conduit for millions of barrels of oil that flow through the region. "These tanker seizures, whether this is a sheer coincidence or not, is happening around the time that we have just passed the five-year anniversary of the Trump administration withdrawing from the nuclear deal," said Arona Baigal, research assistant for the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security. In the most recent incidents, Iran alleges that the tankers Niovi and Purity were seized over separate legal disputes regarding ownership, and that the Advantage Sweet was taken due to a collision with an Iranian ship. In response to Iranian ship seizures, the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet, which is responsible for security in the region, announced an increase in patrols. That included the guided-missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton transiting the strait in late May. "When you do beef up your presence, you increase your size as a target," said Victoria Coates, a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation. "And with the Iranians feeling quite emboldened now, one has to worry about the possibility that they will lash out on a larger scale." Watch the video above to find out more about why this critical waterway remains key to the global economy, and why Iran's threats to maritime traffic in the region are raising tensions with the U.S. Produced by: Brad Howard Supervising Producer: Jeff Morganteen Graphics by: Alex Wood Additional Reporting by: Lori Ann LaRocco » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC Why Iran Keeps Seizing Oil Tankers In The Strait Of Hormuz
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During his Iran policy speech on 13 October 2017, Donald Trump referred to the Persian Gulf as "Arabian Gulf" so much to the appeasement of Saudi Arabia. However, he had a totally different view on the Gulf's naming, and the Saudi Arabia back in 1987. Twice in his interview with Larry King, he [correctly] referred to the Gulf as the Persian Gulf!
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The Katara Tower, Doha. After 10 years of planning and construction, these two towers are a symbol of Qatar on the Arabian Gulf. In just 12 weeks, two luxury hotels will open on 37 floors each, with almost 500 suites and hotel rooms as well as 18 restaurants, bars and cafes. Money is no object- as the goal is to surpass all previous mega-hotels on the Gulf. With the world's largest chandelier at a height of 57 meters and the world's only multimedia kaleidoscope in a hotel lobby, there are only 80 days left to finish on time. An almost impossible task for Christian Hirth, the German manager of both hotels. Despite construction sites everywhere, the team and Christian Hirth are meticulous in their attention to detail and ensure that everything is absolutely perfect before it opens. Two weeks before the opening, the 1,130 employees from 73 countries finally see their uniforms for the first time. Join us as we explore this mega-hotel, the new landmark of Doha. #quatar #doha #weltdocumentary 📺 Watch more documentaries 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to our full documentary channel 🤍
In 1990, Saddam Hussein's Iraq invaded its neighbor, Kuwait. Several months later an American-led military coalition waged a brief war to reverse the invasion. Though greatly overshadowed by subsequent events, especially the 2003 Iraq War, the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War remains a pivot point of recent world history. In this video, we'll go very deep to explain the context, background, causes, political issues, and aftermath of this highly important conflict, and why it still matters. My Book, The 50 Most Important Things in History: 🤍 My website: 🤍 My Ko-fi: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 Major sources for this video: The Gulf War Reader by Micah L. Sifry & Christopher Cirf (New York: Times Books, 1991) Gulf War: The Complete History by Thomas Houlahan (New London, NH: Schrenker Military Pub., 1999) The Gulf War: Overreaction & Excessiveness by Hassan A. El-Najjar (Dalton, GA: Amazone Press, 2001) Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush (New York: Random House, 2015) House of Bush, House of Saud by Craig Unger (New York: Scribner, 2004) Third Graders at War by Felix G. (Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, 2011) Miscellaneous documents from the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum (especially documents related to global warming): 🤍 Extensive bibliography of sources on the Persian Gulf War, compiled by a noted historian: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00-11:17: The Invasion (& Introduction) 11:17-26:28: Background I - The Middle East 26:28-40:27: Background II - Saddam 40:27-52:13: Background III - Bush 52:13-1:00:01: The Big Picture 1:00:01-1:06:47: The Occupation of Kuwait 1:06:47-1:15:08: The Diplomatic Game 1:15:08-1:27:19: Politics 1:27:19-1:39:14: The War 1:39:14-1:45:40: The Spin 1:45:40-1:57:00: Aftermath I - Saddam on the Ropes 1:57:00-2:08:26: Aftermath II - The Environment 2:08:26-2:15:56: Aftermath III - The Political Tail 2:15:56-2:21:32: An Ominous Follow-Up 2:21:32-2:28:25: What Happened to Everyone 2:28:25-2:31:59: Conclusion
In this video, you see the beautiful shores of the Persian Gulf in southern Iran. The Persian Gulf is a mediterranean sea in Western Asia. The body of water is an extension of the Indian Ocean (Gulf of Oman) through the Strait of Hormuz and lies between Iran to the northeast and the Arabian Peninsula to the southwest. In 550 BC, the Achaemenid Empire established the first ancient empire in Persis (Pars, or modern Fars), in the southwestern region of the Iranian plateau. Consequently, in the Greek sources, the body of water that bordered this province came to be known as the "Persian Gulf". During the years 550 to 330 BC, coinciding with the sovereignty of the Achaemenid Persian Empire over the Middle East area, especially the whole part of the Persian Gulf and some parts of the Arabian Peninsula, the name of "Pars Sea" is widely found in the compiled written texts.
Iraq is hosting the Arabian Gulf Cup after almost 44 years. The tournament starts on Friday, with eight countries taking part - including the Asian champions Qatar. Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Abdelwahed has more from Basra, Iraq. Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News #Iraq #GulfCup #ArabianGulfCup #Football #Basra #Asia #Gulf
To know in detail about: Gulf 👉: 🤍 Saudi Arabia 👉: 🤍 PERSIAN GULF (Also known as ARABIAN GULF) If we look at the #world #map, it is located here in Asia. The #Persian #Gulf is defined as the shallow marginal sea of the Indian Ocean. The Persian Gulf is connected to the Indian Ocean through the ‘Strait of Hormuz’. It lies between- Arabian Peninsula to the S-W; and Iran to the NE. Countries bordering the Persian Gulf are: Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Oman, UAE (United Arab Emirates), Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iran. These are the 8 countries which border the Persian Gulf. These 8 countries are members of the United Nations. Some important facts about the HISTORY of the Persian Gulf: The earliest evidence of human presence on Persian Gulf islands dates back to Middle Paleolithic and consists of stone tools discovered at Qeshm Island. The world's oldest known civilization, known as the Sumer (Sumerian) civilization developed along the Persian Gulf and southern Mesopotamia. Arabs, Persians, Turks, the Portuguese, and later the British fought to get control over the sea. For 8 decades prior to 1970, this body of water was a closely guarded ‘British Lake’, administered in good measures by imperial civil servants from India. After the end of the British era, regional players entered with intra-regional rivalries and forced cooperation. Why is the Persian Gulf region so rich in oil? Throughout Paleozoic and Mesozoic times, the Middle East was a locus of sedimentation over a long and wide shelf affected, from time to time, by sea-level changes. As Gondwana consolidated at the turn of the Cambrian, microorganisms and marine species also rapidly evolved and diversified, thus enriching marine sediments with organic carbon necessary for hydrocarbon generation. For petroleum to be successfully generated, migrated, accumulated, and preserved, all elements and processes of the petroleum system, including organically rich and thermally matured source rocks, porous-permeable reservoir rocks, effective extensive cap rocks, and appropriate time relations between oil migration and trap formation should be present. Obviously, the Middle East qualifies all these conditions to a high degree and quality. DISCOVERY OF OIL: Before oil was discovered in the gulf in 1908, people made their living from fishing, pearl diving, trade and piracy. Oil production in the Persian Gulf on industrial scale began only in the 1930s. Today, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf provide approximately 20% of the world oil production. The Persian Gulf region has the presence of the major producers of crude oil and natural gas, and thereby contributing critically to the global economy. The area has approximately two-thirds of the world’s estimated proven oil reserves and one-third of the world’s estimated proven natural gas reserves. EXPORTS: The Persian Gulf exports approximately 18.2 million barrels of oil per day; approximately 17 million barrels per day transit through the Strait of Hormuz in tankers. Additionally, over 3.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas, approximately 18 percent of world shipments, travel through the Strait via LNG tankers. A considerable amount of sea trade passes through the gulf, leading to heavy traffic in the region. There remains an incessant traffic of large tankers that carry oil from the large marine terminals situated in Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and other locations to all parts of the world. There are few alternate routes for exporting Persian Gulf oil and gas, making the Strait of Hormuz an important chokepoint. Roughly 21 million barrels (or about one-third) of the world’s sea-traded oil passes through the strait every day, headed primarily to Asian markets like India, China, Japan, Singapore and South Korea. MAJOR PORTS in the Persian Gulf: 1. #SaudiArabia: King Abdulaziz seaport of Dammam, is the largest port of the Persian Gulf. 2. #Iraq: the Port of Basra and the offshore Al Başrah Oil Terminal 3. #Oman: port of Salalah 4. #UAE: Jebel Ali, is the largest human-made harbor and the busiest port in the Middle East. 5. #Qatar: Hamad port 6. #Kuwait: Shuwaikh port 7. #Bahrain: Mina Salman port 8. #Iran: Bandar-Abbas Port OCEANOGRAPHY The Persian Gulf has many fishing grounds, extensive reefs (mostly rocky, but also coral), and abundant pearl oysters, but its ecology had been damaged by industrialization and oil spills. ISLANDS The Persian Gulf is home to many islands. Geographically, the biggest island in the Persian Gulf is #QeshmIsland, belonging to Iran and located in the #StraitOfHormuz. In recent years, there has also been the addition of artificial islands for tourist attractions, such as the 1. Pearl-Qatar Island, Doha, Qatar 2. The Palm Islands, Dubai, UAE 3. The World Islands, Dubai, UAE #InternationalRelations
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Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Want to learn more about Periscope Film and get access to exclusive swag? Join us on Patreon. Visit 🤍 Visit our website 🤍PeriscopeFilm.com This 1979 documentary from Coronet Films looks at the development of the Middle East’s Gulf countries due to the sudden wealth the oil industry created for these nations. The film begins with aerial footage of the Gulf (Arabian/Persian Gulf). Viewers see oil wells burning at night (00:54), men moving through an open-air market, and fishermen pulling their nets onto a beach. A man herds camels; he is shown milking one of the animals (02:22). A woman and her son ride a donkey as the daughter walks behind them (02:32). The film shows a mosque in Saudi Arabia (02:57) and Saudi streets filled with cars and pedestrians. Viewers see the construction of new buildings. Aerial views give a look at some of the recently built cities in the Gulf (03:57). Men build a highway in the desert near Abu Dhabi (04:35). Men lay pipelines to carry oil from the wells. Oil workers set up a drill at a well. An aerial view shows oil tankers in the Gulf (06:07); their massive size required the Gulf countries to build new, larger ports. A new port is built in Dubai (07:04). Pakistani laborers ride boats to work. Foreign workers line up outside of a post office to send their earnings back to their home. A freight barge brings in construction supplies and equipment (08:27). A car is lowered by crane from a freighter. Another aerial view shows oil rigs in what appears to be relatively shallow water. Footage shows men working on an oil rig. A helicopter takes off from one of the rigs. A Kuwait TV station films a ceremony for the cleaning of a beach. Viewers see the newly built hospitals in the Gulf and some of the patients in these hospitals. Boys play basketball at a modern school in Saudi Arabia (11:35). In an Iranian classroom (presumably in Tehran), girls and boys study English. Bedouin in Kuwait are settled in government-built housing (13:52). Men in Abu Dhabi water a garden (14:35), which is made possible from the investments in water desalination. In Iran, men spray oil on desert sand dunes to prevent the sand from being blown onto farmland and to allow vegetation growth to occur and stop wind erosion of the dunes (15:12). The film shows a dam in Iran, a shot of Egypt’s Sinai following the war with Israel (16:48), and various shots of Gulf nations’ banks and oil refineries. Viewers see a foundry (17:45) and an automobile assembly plant. A man harvests caviar from a sturgeon on the Caspian Sea. The film shows more new buildings in the Gulf countries, people swimming in a pool; the construction of new buildings around a fountain, and Tehran’s Azadi Tower (20:01). The film concludes with a scene of two little girls walking barefoot on the sand followed by several men walking near a mosque, and then a solitary man rolling out his rug in a field for prayer. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit 🤍 We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit 🤍
Persian Gulf usually stay in news due to many reasons like oil diplomacy, Iran, Iraq Etc, UPSC have asked questions many times mainly about countries surrounding, so within 20 seconds we will learn those countries.
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Bahrain ended their 49-year wait to be crowned Arabian Gulf Cup champions. They upset three-time winners Saudi Arabia 1-0 in the final in Doha. Al Jazeera's Sohail Malik reports from Doha. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #GulfCup2019 #Bahrain #AljazeeraEnglish
The Persian Gulf, sometimes called the Arabian Gulf, is a mediterranean sea in Western Asia. The body of water is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula. It is connected to the Gulf of Oman in the east by the Strait of Hormuz. Attempting to provide the free, regular, and quality content of various competitive exams available to all. Come join the movement. #persiangulf #gulf_of_oman #geographymaps Telegram Channel Link: 🤍 Toll free: 18008903043 Caspian Sea- 🤍 MEDITERRANEAN SEA- 🤍 BLACK SEA- 🤍 CARIBBEAN SEA - 🤍 RED SEA -🤍 BALTIC SEA 🤍