How to make the best of the desert: The best way to navigate the Middle East

An interactive map of the Middle Eastern deserts reveals the secrets to surviving in the desert, according to a guidebook from Al Jazeera.

The guidebook, titled The Middle East, was published by the Middle-East Interactive Learning Foundation (MEILF), a US-based organization dedicated to teaching Middle-Eastern students the skills needed to survive in the harsh environment.

The book has been released by the MEILF in collaboration with a number of leading Arab and African universities, as well as a number, including Saudi Arabia’s Al-Azhar University.

The Middle East Interactive Learning Guidebook by the United Arab Emirates-based Middle East Institute (MEI) was written by a team of US and Arab academics, researchers and journalists.

It has been published on a number social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

The MEILf’s website lists the book as one of the most popular learning materials published in the region.

The guidebook aims to help students learn about desert life, including survival skills, cultural traditions, agriculture and the way food is distributed.

“The Middle-east is the epicenter of the world’s desert, where deserts thrive on extreme weather conditions and are rich with life and natural resources,” said Meili Farhat, a researcher and the lead author of the guidebook.

“In the Middle, it is a great way to learn about food and resources, and how to adapt to these conditions.

The world’s deserts are also the home to some of the richest and most ancient cultures in the world.”

The Middle east has one of nature’s greatest resource pools, with some 1,400 species of plants and animals living in its deserts, including desert lizards, desert lice, and desert spiders.

The desert is home to thousands of species of insects, and the deserts themselves have a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna.

In the Middle east, the desert is considered one of humankind’s great natural treasures.

The Middle east is home not only to desert animals, but also to the largest freshwater source in the whole of the Arabian Peninsula, the Euphrates River.

It is also home to a large number of biodiversity hotspots, including the deserts of Iraq and Syria, the arid and arid regions of the Levant, the deserts in the Indian subcontinent, and, most famously, the Middle Euphrates river.

“In the West, we are used to having a single resource that can feed our life.

The same is true in the Middle,” said Farhat.

“But the Middle is a very complex place, and this is one of its most significant resources.”

A desert, which is the area of the planet in which life is most common, is comprised of sand, gravel, and rock that forms a kind of “sink” on the Earth’s surface.

It consists of an extremely thin layer of water on the surface of the rock and water that can be seen below it.

The layer of the sand and rock forms an enormous amount of sediment, and is usually found in deserts or in places with very high pressures.

It also forms a very fine layer of dust, which forms the dust-filled air pockets that are characteristic of deserts.

The region where the desert lies is called the Sahara.

This is because, in the Sahara, sand and dust can be easily transported from the ocean to the land, where it becomes water.

Deserts are therefore known as “dry deserts”.

In the desert regions of southern and eastern Africa, the sand is transported by river to the Sahara by river.

In some regions of Africa, where the Sahara is mostly desert, rivers and the sea are the main means of transporting the sand to the desert.

In these areas, it takes an incredible amount of time for the sand, and also the water, to move from the Atlantic to the Gulf of Guinea.

This process is called “dry river”.

The Middle Euphrate River, which runs through parts of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and the Gaza area, and in some parts of Israel, is the main water source for the region, supplying water to more than two-thirds of the population of the region and almost half of the country’s agricultural output.

In the deserts, sand is very dense, with a density of approximately 1 gram per cubic meter.

This makes it extremely difficult for water to flow to the surface, where there is a higher amount of dust than water.

The dry desert also contains an abundance of desert grasses, which are used for their fibrous structure and the ability to grow.

Desert grasses are a valuable food source for animals, such as camels, horses and camels.

In many parts of the Arab world, it can be difficult to get water from the river, which in the deserts is very shallow and often runs into the sea