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Saudi Arabia

World Culture Club at North Springs Elementary School

Deborah Shuler

on 6 September 2016

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Transcript of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia's flag always points toward the sky. Not only is it a national symbol, but it is also a holy symbol. It is never flown at half-mast. The writing in Arabic over the sword translates to "There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is His Messenger.
Islam is the only religion in Saudi Arabia. People who follow Islam are called Muslims. Friday is a holy day and all of their stores are closed. Muslim people pray 5 times a day. Saudi Arabia is where Muhammad was born and where Islam began.
Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has many deserts.
Rainfall happens only once or twice a year there.
Camels in Saudi Arabia only have one hump. They can store 80 pounds of fat. The fat can break down into energy and water when the camel needs it. They can go 100 miles without drinking water. A thirsty camel can drink 30 gallons of water in 13 minutes---that is 135 liters (over 60 2 liter soda bottles full of water)
kleeja cookies
Gorayba Arabic Cardomon
Zucchini Omani
Adas bil hamod
Batraini chicken machboos
Baharat--Middle East Mixed Spices)
The currancy in Saudi Arabia is the Saudi riyal.
The king of Saudi Arabia is Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
Saudi Arabia is the 13th largest country in the world. It is about 1/5 the size of the United States. Its climate is harsh and very dry. It is mostly desert. It is the largest country in the world without a lake or river. It is ruled by a king. The capital is Riyadh. It has 13 provinces (like we have states).
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