The collection of Arab countries in the world is also known as the Arab world, Arab nations, Arab states, or the Arab homeland. This is made up of 22 Arab countries that are part of the Arab League, which was created to unify the Arab nations politically and represent the interests of the people of the Arab nations.
Of these nations, Egypt is the most populous, with a total population of over 90 million. Comoros is the smallest by population, with just 795,000 people. By area, Algeria is the largest Arab country with a total area of 919,595 square miles. The smallest by area is Bahrain, which covers just 293 square miles.
Modern Standard Arabic is the official language throughout these nations. Some Arabic dialects are used as well. The majority of the citizens of Arab countries follow the religion of Islam. About one-quarter of the world’s Muslims are Arabs. Throughout the nations, adult literacy is just under 77%, with literacy rates being much smaller among women than men. Some nations have much higher literacy rates, with Syria, Lebanon, and other states posting record highs of over 90%.