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Report Kuwait between the past and the present
Kuwait is an independent Arab state located in the northeast of the Arabian Peninsula on the Coast of the Arabian Gulf, bordered to the north by Iraq, and to the south by Saudi Arabia, named after Kuwait, a smalling term of Kut, which is a building as a fortress in which weapons are stored and the soldier sits.
The History of Kuwait
Kuwait City was founded when the rulers of Bani Khalid Kuta were built in al-Qurain and then the word was transferred to Kuwait as a miniaturization of the word Kut, and the settlement of al-Atoub from al-Sabah and Al Khalifa area and the first ruler of al-Sabah, Sabah bin Jaber, was chosen in 1752.
During his reign, the city flourished and grew to build a wall around it in 1765 and on January 23, 1899, Sheikh Mubarak al-Sabah signed a treaty of protection with Britain, and the rule became limited to the descendants of Sheikh Mubarak al-Sabah.
Under Sheikh Mubarak al-Sabah, Kuwait City and its annexes had a population of 37,000, including Kuwait City, Velka Island, Al-Jahra village, Al-Fantas and Al-Fahihil, the vast majority of whom live in Kuwait City.
Mubarak succeeded his sons Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah, but did not rule for more than a year, and he was succeeded by Sheikh Salem al-Mubarak al-Sabah, who built kuwait's third wall in its history in 1920 and countered the attack of the Brotherhood led by Faisal bin Sultan al-Duwish in the Battle of Al-Jahra.
Sheikh Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah took office after the death of his aunt in 1921
The first oil well was discovered in Kuwait in 1937, a well in the sea to begin the oil age, and the first shipment of oil was issued on June 30, 1946.
The British Protection Agreement on Kuwait was abolished on June 19, 1961 under Sheikh Abdullah al-Salem al-Sabah, and kuwait's independence from Britain was declared, and on September 7, 1961, the new Flag of Kuwait was lifted, and on November 11, 1961, the Constitution of Kuwait was promulgated, and on January 29, 1963, the first session of the National Assembly was inaugurated.
Kuwait is a hereditary emirate governed by a emir of sheikh Mubarak al-Sabah's descendants, and appoints the crown prince within a year of the emir's tenure, and his appointment is by prince's order on the recommendation of the Emir and the approval of the Kuwaiti National Assembly by a majority of the members of the Council, and if he does not get the approval of the majority of the Council, the Emir will recommend at least 3 of Mubarak's morning descendants, and the Council will sell one of them as crown prince.
Kuwait's authorities are made up of the executive branch, which is composed of a cabinet of 16 ministers, and according to the constitution, the number of ministers is not allowed to exceed the 50 elected members of parliament and all ministers are appointed by virtue of their functions. The legislative authority is represented by parliament and is called Kuwait's National Assembly, which consists of 66 members, 50 of whom are elected by the people for four years, 16 ministers, and the third power is the judiciary and consists of the Supreme Judicial Council and the courts of all degrees.
Kuwait is divided into six governorates of The Capital Province (Kuwait): the capital, which has the seat of government and al-Jahra governorate: it is the largest province area and the province of Houli: characterized by commercial markets and the province of Farania: and the province of Mubarak al-Kabir: and the province of Ahmadi: characterized by oil fields
The area of Kuwait is 17,818 square kilometers and Kuwait is one of the small countries in the world.
The surface of Kuwait descends gradually from west to east and consists of flat sand plains interspersed with some
Kuwait has many modern and high-rise urban appearances and huge shopping complexes. The center of Kuwait City is the Tahrir Tower, which was halted during the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and after liberation the construction was completed and completed in 1996 and was named after the liberation and most of the tower is used by the Ministry of Communications and some telecommunications companies. Kuwait's three-tower towers are symbols of Kuwait and on its coasts. It was designed by Danish engineers Sun Lindsorm and Milne Björn in the form of a Kuwaiti heritage fragrance spray. The longest is 185 meters and consists of two balls, lower as a restaurant and upper as a water store. The second tower is 145.8 metres long and is used as a water storage facility, and the third is a complement to them. [Economy
Kuwait holds 10% of the world's oil reserves and is a member of OPEC. Kuwait Oil is controlled by several government-owned companies or 90%
The lives of the people of Kuwait are ancient
The population of Kuwait was once near the coast and in some limited areas in the interior but near the wells and places of the population in
The life of the people in the desert environment in Kuwait was harsh and rough because of the poverty of this environment and the lack of resources in it, especially water, and their main craft was grazing sheep and camels as they moved from one place to another in search of water. Making her hands sedu: it is the art of sewing wool in the people of Badia following the customs and traditions in the Bedouin community in the bedouin folk arts, popular arts, especially folk dance, songs and music deeply linked to the bedouin customs in Kuwait and their traditions, the dance of the show (a dance belonging to the ancient Shammar tribe) for example, rhythmic dances that refer to the life of Kuwaiti society in the desert where fighting in defense of the homeland and the demand for independence was an essential part of the life of this society in the past. This dance with all its movements and expressions and the accompanying singing refers to martial arts and pride of independence and freedom and expresses the heroism, courage and spirit of equestrianism and group songs accompanying the subject play a key role in expressing the spirit of the community prevails among members of Kuwaiti society.
The reason for the gathering of the inhabitants of the State of Kuwait in the old neighborhoods of the area near the sea and the answer is the historical link between kuwaitis and Gulf and sea, which was the first source of livelihood for them because the desert environment was very poor so the Kuwaitis in the past practiced several important letters depending on the sea: Diving in search of pearls and travel (maritime trade)
Kuwait's population in 2006 reached 2,870,000, of which 1,010,000 is the Kuwaiti population and the rest are expatriates and foreigners.