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After reading God Dies By The Nile by Nawal El Saadawi one can begin to realize how much different life in the Middle East is in comparison to areas such as China and India which we have studied The term Middle East refers to South Western Asia and North Eastern Africa The Middle east has many very interesting features and aspects about it such as the way there economy is organized the type of religion that they practice the various geographical aspects of the land and the way that society is in generalThe economy of the Middle East is somewhat similar to the economy of India The Middle East mainly imports everything and anything this is part of the reason why they are so poor because everything is so expensive The main reason for a lot of the importing of products such as a pencil is because theyre a no factories The Middle East is a very highly taxed which makes the economy also very week and poor Because the economy is so poor a lot of the people in the Middle East live in mud homes along rivers and have very little food and clothing Since the land is not that great in the Middle east very little agriculture can be grown so therefore people cant make much money from farming and can just get enough food to feed there family Some of there agriculture includes Cotton corn rice wheat beans fruits and vegetables They also raise cattle water buffalo sheep and goats There main industry includes textiles tourism food processing petroleum cement and construction Like most underdeveloped and poor countries there is people who have a lot of money and dont live in poverty these people live in nicer homes and have a lot more than the average peasant People who have a higher economic status usually are working for the government Because of the fact that everyone is so poor there
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