Saudi Arabia is a country with the UAE, Yemen, and Iraq on its borders. It is the most sizable country on the peninsula. There are almost 27.6 million inhabitants, is known as the home of the holy sites of Islam - Mecca and Medina, and it is rich in oil.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is bordered by Jordan in the Northwest, United Arab Emirates in the East, Yemen on the South, and Iraq in the North. Saudi Arabia is the largest country of the Arabian Peninsula. The population of Saudi Arabia consists of approximately 27.6 million people. "The land of The Two Holy Mosques" is referred to as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This refers to Mecca and Medina, the two holiest places in Islam. The Kingdom contains eighty percent of the Peninsula and represents the fourteenth largest state.
Saudi Arabia has a decent economy thanks to it being the leading petroleum exporter. Oil contains over ninety percent of exports and seventy five percent of government revenues. Due to Saudi Arabia exporting so much oil, it's hard for the government to fund welfare when oil prices are low. A group called the Human Rights Watch expresses concern about human rights but the government ignores this.