List of Arab Countries
The Arab world, Arab nations, Arab states, or the Arab homeland are all terms used to refer to a group of Arab countries worldwide. This is made up of 22 Arab countries that are members of the Arab League, which was established to politically unite Arab states and advocate the interests of Arab peoples.
Africa and Asia are both home to the Arab world. These countries cover more than 5 million square miles in total. Four hundred twenty-three million people are living in all of the countries.
With a population of nearly 90 million, Egypt is the most populous of these countries. With a population of only 795,000 people, Comoros is the smallest. Algeria is the largest Arab country, covering 919,595 square miles. Bahrain is the smallest country in area, with only 293 square miles.
The official language of these countries is Modern Standard Arabic. There are also some Arabic dialects utilized. The majority of Arab residents practice the faith of Islam. Arabs make up around a quarter of the world's Muslims. Adult literacy rates in the United States are little under 77 percent, with women's literacy rates substantially lower than that of men. Some countries have far greater literacy rates than others, with Syria, Lebanon, and other countries reaching new highs of over 90%.
Cairo, Egypt, is the largest metropolis in the Arab world, with about 16 million people. The top three populous cities are Baghdad, Iraq, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.