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Bahrain
Cyprus
Egypt
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Palestinian Territories
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Turkey
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+3
level 33
Nov 13, 2014
Woot 3:31
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level 13
Jul 31, 2018
2:21 i did pretty good :D
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level 29
Sep 14, 2018
2:19 :-)
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level 15
Sep 17, 2018
? It seems to innocent to be a joke but 3:31 isn’t possible. If it is a joke then... πŸ˜†πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜…πŸ€©πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ˆπŸ»πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―
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level 60
Dec 11, 2014
Does this mean Jetpunk is changing its stance toward Palestine?
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level 37
Dec 20, 2014
"Palestinian Territories" is not a country. Please refrain from making political statements through quizzes. Why would you put "Palestinian Territories" but not a "Kurdish territories" or "South Ossetian Territories". Keep your political opinion away from JetPunk.
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level 33
Feb 24, 2015
Agreed!
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level 70
Jul 20, 2016
There's nothing political about accepting reality, and the reality is that Palestine is recognised as a country by most (137 of 196; 70%) of the world's countries. That recognition level is far greater than Kosovo (108) or Taiwan (23). It also has UN observer status, which is the same UN status as Vatican City, unlike Kosovo and Taiwan, which have no UN status at all.
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level 57
Nov 5, 2016
I support the independence of Palestine, (I am not anti-Semitic, by the way). However, currently Palestine does not function as a country, as it has no control over foreign affairs, let alone its own land. It is more of an occupied territory at the moment. It's inclusion in the test makes sense, however, (similar to French Guiana and the Falklands, or Islas Malvinas, in the South American Map Quiz, and the inclusion French Polynesia and New Caledonia in the Oceanian version, Albeit with a much different situation).
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level 59
Jan 19, 2017
Jiaozira is right. Palestine is not a country. Maybe it should be, maybe not, but right now it isn't.
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level 34
Feb 9, 2017
Palestine is not a country and therefore shouldn't be on a countries quiz.
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level 70
Feb 13, 2017
Who gets to call it the Middle East anyway? (A Briton launched the term in the 1800's). To Americans, it's the Far East, to Japanese, it's the Middle West, and to a Somalian, the Near North. I guess an Iranian just calls it Here.
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level 65
Apr 10, 2018
Thanks for that, Jerry. It's a Eurocentric term - no getting around it. Far better to use terms such as North Africa, West Asia, Central Asia, etc. Because, as you imply, just as many of us might find it ridiculous to refer to this region's location from a Somali perspective, Iranians might view it as odd to delineate a region based on it's geographic location (and geopolitical importance) to Europe.
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level 18
May 1, 2018
Taiwan, Kosovo and Vatican city are better recognized than the Palestine.
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level 73
Jul 1, 2018
If we're accepting reality then Palestine is not a country whether it has won any popularity contests at the UN lately or not. And there's nothing wrong with the term "Middle East"- yes, it's Eurocentric. But the language that we are typing in right now is a European language, with conventions handed down through the centuries. This is not a problem in need of correcting. The names we use for continents are also derived from the same linguistic tradition and are fine so long as people speaking the same language understand what they mean.
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level 49
Sep 12, 2018
Not so, Jerry. In America we also call it the Middle East.
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level 9
Mar 17, 2015
Really? So what nationality do Palestinian people have then?
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level 73
May 11, 2015
Usually Israeli or Jordanian. Some Egyptian. A few Lebanese and Syrian. Many are "without country." If you include the diaspora then there's a whole lot more.
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level 70
Jul 20, 2016
Actually, Palestinian. See here.
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level 73
Nov 4, 2016
I know personally many "Palestinians" who have Jordanian, Israeli, or Egyptian passports. They know the Palestinian ones are worthless. I also know many who consider themselves to be Jordanian. And many who are fully Israeli.
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level 70
Feb 13, 2017
The claim that Palestinian passports are "worthless" is not true. Those passports are accepted for admission to every country of the world except two (Lebanon and, believe it or not, Madagascar). Visa-free entry is allowed to 37 countries (ranking it 98th in the world, exactly middle of the pack), and visas are required for entry into the remainder.
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level 73
Feb 13, 2017
Their words, not mine.
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level 65
Apr 10, 2018
Nope - they have Palestinian nationality. You've conflated nationality with citizenship, as implied by your introduction of passports as some sort of litmus test.
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level 73
Jun 17, 2018
naΒ·tionΒ·alΒ·iΒ·ty
noun

1. the status of belonging to a particular nation. "they changed their nationality and became Lebanese"
synonyms: citizenship

While it's true that originally "nation" was not the same thing as "country," the words have become synonymous and you'd have to be willfully ignorant to try and pretend like we were talking about the original concept of a nation and not nationality as a synonym for citizenship. The original comment in this thread doesn't even use the word "nation;" it clearly says "country." Someone else, in response to that comment, asked (if "Palestine" isn't a country) then what nationality (country of citizenship) do Palestinians have? I answered in a lucid, clear, honest way based on the months I spent living in and interacting with people in the West Bank. Then someone comes along and feels the need to be a wassock just to be contrarian.
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level 56
Jul 27, 2015
This doesn't make sense. If they simply included "Palestine", that would also be showing a political bias. Or if they left it out altogether, that, too, would show a political bias. There is no way to make this quiz without showing political bias when it comes to Palestine. So just enjoy the quiz and accept that people's opinions can be different from your own.
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level 33
Oct 23, 2015
Well put, sir
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level ∞
Nov 4, 2015
Thank you @akwildrose. I couldn't have said it better myself.
+3
level 47
Dec 15, 2015
I agree completely. It's good to see someone who looks at both sides before speaking.
+4
level 57
Nov 5, 2016
Completely true!
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level 34
Feb 9, 2017
Palestine isn't a country though. It's not political bias to not acknowledge a "country" that neither the USA no UK recognise.
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level 47
Feb 13, 2017
Beasley2K, so an area only can only constitute a country if the UK and USA recognize it? There are nearly 200 countries on Earth, and albeit the UK and USA may be some of the most powerful, they certainly do not decide what qualifies as a nation.
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level 28
Feb 13, 2017
@Beasley2K. Wow, that comment shows such a superior outlook on the world, that it borders on comedy.
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level 24
Apr 10, 2018
@Beasley2K Just because US and UK (two of the most ideologically confused countries in the world) don't recognise Palestine, that doesn't mean it's not a country. More countries recognise it than don't. Using that argument alone there's a strong case for saying that it is its own state.
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level 63
Apr 27, 2018
And anyway, the title of the quiz doesn't say this is a country quiz. It says a Middle East map quiz. You can't pretend the area of Palestine doesn't exist.
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level 34
May 21, 2018
The United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island are without a doubt two of the most important nations in the world. (especially the US, no offense UK) The United States specifically has been the undisputed hegemony for over 30 years. Do they have problems as you people love to point out? Obviously. Have you ever read a history book? Every group, no matter what size, does. (Rome, for example) The United States is the closest anyone has ever come to global hegemony, thus their foreign policy is by far the most important, especially when compared to the war-torn deserts that you seem to hold in higher regard. Palestine is not a country, nor should it hold a place on this quiz.
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level 34
May 21, 2018
Also, no first world country recognizes Palestine, thus the only people that do are rather backwards themselves, and should have no say in the matter anyway.
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level 61
Jun 27, 2018
@Impiorium: Just out of curiosity, is Sweden not a "first world" country according to your definition? Recognized the State of Palestine on October 30th, 2014.
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level 73
Sep 14, 2018
Impiorum is wrong, but in fairness, Sweden is the *only* one that does, unless you want to count Iceland or Cyprus. Literally every other country in the world that officially recognizes the statehood of Palestine is 2nd or 3rd world. I'm using the Cold War understanding of these terms because it's relevant (as Palestinian recognition is about politics and religion more than reality) and more easily understood in this case. Those countries that were in the Soviet sphere of influence are 2nd world, those in the American sphere are 1st world, those that were deemed politically and strategically insignificant are 3rd world.
These countries fall into one of four categories. 1. Muslim-majority countries who hate Jews. 2. Rogue or Russian-friendly countries that want to give the finger to the USA and have conflated US and Israeli interests. 3. Developing countries in Africa and Latin America that have bought in to the false narrative that Israeli nationalism = European colonialism.
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level 73
Sep 14, 2018
4. countries in Asia that simply don't care and aren't invested.

Sweden and Iceland joining the party recently represents an emerging 5th category: liberal countries that feel like Palestinians are being oppressed, and that recognizing the PNA is somehow the moral thing to do.
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level 47
Sep 14, 2018
@kalbahamut And would you disagree that Palestinians are being oppressed? Not sarcasm; I'm really just interested in the opinion of someone who has actually been there.
+1
level 73
Sep 15, 2018
I don't believe that the narrative is even close to being so simple. It's complicated. Anyone peddling a simple narrative of good guys and bad guys or oppressed and oppressor are either ignorant or trying to mislead you. Adding to that complication is that I'm never sure exactly what people mean when they say "Palestinian."

Further, I don't think that pushing this narrative is conducive to the goal of ending conflict or human suffering in the region. I think it's in fact very counter-productive.
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level 61
Nov 12, 2015
Totally agree.
+10
level 32
Dec 31, 2016
if the jetpunk community accepts Taiwan and Kosovo's independence it would generally make sense to accept Palestine's as well. And the creator of the quiz called it the Palestinian territories, not Palestine. It is recognized on an international level unlike Kurdistan and South Ossetia. The majority of the international community on the internet recognizes Palestine's independence, It's just the United States and those of the Jewish community who don't. Face the facts and accept that eventually Palestine will be a UN member nation, and a full-fledged country.
+3
level 9
Feb 5, 2017
Currently both Kosovo and Taiwan have full control of the territory they claim as their country just like all other sovereign countries. While Palestine does not have full control of what they claim as their country. That makes Palestine different from all Sovereign countries and therefore Palestine is not considered a sovereign country.
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level 34
Feb 9, 2017
Palestine isn't a country. Taiwan and Kosovo are.
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level 24
Apr 10, 2018
@Beasley2K You say Kosovo and Taiwan are countries but Palestine isn't. Yet more countries recognise Palestine (136) than recognise Taiwan (20) and Kosovo (111) combined... so what you are arguing makes no sense.
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level 15
Jan 1, 2017
why does it say territories it is a country
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level 32
Jan 30, 2017
Kosovo and taiwan are both "countries" on other jetpunk maps.
+4
level 2
Jan 31, 2017
who cares it is just a game
+4
level 18
Feb 8, 2017
Don't get triggered my dude
+2
level 35
Feb 8, 2017
I love how some arguments are a whole paragraph and some are just 10 words
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level 45
Feb 14, 2017
Yes!
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level 20
Sep 12, 2018
better to leave a blank spot on a map? or include it as israel?
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level 47
Sep 14, 2018
It's incredible how overtly political people can be about saying "leave your politics out of this." Personally I support Palestinian independence, but the fact that it only says "Palestinian Territories" on here instead of "Palestine" didn't read to me like a political statement against me and my liberal kin; it just read like a cue on a quiz, and I didn't feel triggered or offended. So have you considered that maybe you're the one who made it political after all, by choosing to see an innocent quiz through an easily-triggered political lens, and then dragging the rest of us into that perspective?
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level 23
Feb 6, 2015
It is really hard to tell what is a country and what is water. Can you do something about it?
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level 14
Mar 16, 2017
really? Take a color blindness test
+2
level 51
Apr 10, 2018
If a country is selected it is dark blue, but the water is light blue. Do you mean that?
+6
level 10
Feb 12, 2015
I am so annoyed with these quizzes. I mean, for god sake, where is Narnia?
+2
level 56
Jul 27, 2015
Thank you for making me laugh in the midst of all the arguments on here. Let me know if you find out where Narnia is.
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level 24
May 12, 2016
Narnia (if you labelled it on a map) is everywhere in the world as according to the books you can enter it from anywhere, as long as you have a way of entering
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level 44
Oct 19, 2016
Why can't I like this comment?
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level 70
Feb 13, 2017
You can, but you don't need to click a button marked "like" to like something! Do something revolutionary, like posting a comment saying "I like that", using whole real words, instead.
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level 53
Mar 21, 2017
GENIUS AT WORK
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level 2
Mar 13, 2017
Seriously!!!!!!!
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level 35
Apr 3, 2018
I think its an example of anti-Narnia bias by the cabal. They're trying to push an agenda that involves convincing us that Narnia doesn't exist.

We are the resistance.
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level 51
Apr 10, 2018
Narnia is the Latin name for an ancient city (now closer to a village) in Italy called Narni in Italian. I have been there. So It shouldn't be on the Middle East map quiz. All for adding it to the European one though.
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level 8
Jun 14, 2015
Palestinian territories is not even supposed to be on tht map or on any other map oh ya got em all with 3:03 to spare!!
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level 56
Jun 24, 2015
I have every country memorized except the caribbean, that should be fun!
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level 58
Aug 12, 2015
Two things --> First I feel it's confusing that you have included Egypt here ... because isn't Egypt most accurately one of Africa's 54 countries? So you have Egypt showing up on maps twice ... and also you have Palestinian Territories here - which is actually NOT a country of it's own ... and if you were going to include lots of accurate dependencies or overseas territories, then why have you not included Puerto Rico? Galapagos Islands? Easter Island? Greenland? Faroe Islands? etc. On some of your complete world map or world capitals Quizzes, there seems to be an agreement of 196 countries on the planet today. But then it seems like the individual maps should support these numbers. and having Egypt show up twice and including Palestine throw the total numbers off. Maybe you could have a different color/title for any lands that are included but that are not actual countries of the world (like French Guiana, etc.)....? thanks
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level 73
Jun 3, 2016
The Middle East is not a continent so there's no conflict with including African countries.
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level 39
Jun 15, 2017
Strange. I was under the impression that the Middle East was on the Asian Continent.
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level 73
Mar 16, 2018
Being on a continent doesn't make you a continent. France is on the continent of Europe. (though also on the continent of South America) That doesn't mean France is the continent of Europe. And that's beside the point because your impression is false.
+2
level 2
Oct 1, 2015
I got all of them right now I am lvl 2 they say. I am vey happy. But this is a small achievement I guess.
+1
level 36
Oct 5, 2015
I misread the title and came here expecting a Middle Earth quiz. Oops. o.O
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level 14
Oct 8, 2015
Easy way to remember it is Yemen and then Oman to the right
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level 50
Oct 10, 2015
Done with 03:40 left. My best time.
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level 38
Jun 7, 2016
after lots of frustrating 3:39's and 3:40's I finally got a single 3:41. Please comment if you have gotten a better score.
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level 21
Aug 14, 2017
3:42! I did it! Nice competing with you though.
+2
level 2
Nov 10, 2015
FUN FUN FUN!
+2
level 2
Nov 12, 2015
I like these quiz things they are really fun
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level 35
Apr 11, 2018
The comments are sometimes even better.
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level 2
Nov 12, 2015
100% my third try!
+2
level 8
Nov 19, 2015
100% the first try
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level 8
Nov 19, 2015
Best time 3:16
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level 2
Nov 19, 2015
100% too
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level 2
Nov 19, 2015
Best time was 3:24
+1
level 2
Nov 19, 2015
i like trains (asdf movie)
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level 29
Nov 25, 2015
On my first try, I got a 100% in 1:35
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level 23
Dec 7, 2015
Egypt is not Middle East. It is African country.
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level 57
Feb 16, 2016
The parts east of the sued canal are part of Asia Minor according to some.
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level 57
Feb 16, 2016
Suez* Spellcheck, people!
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level 49
Aug 29, 2016
There is nothing that prevents an African country from being part of a region known as 'The Middle East'.
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level 1
Oct 19, 2017
Countries in the middle east are determined by religion, and language as well as their geographical location. That is why Egypt is considered a Middle Eastern country.
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level 39
Oct 26, 2017
If religion and language are being used as indicators of being in the MiddleEast, then Somalia, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya and sudan should certainly be added.
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level 35
Apr 3, 2018
Yeah I think you should Knowyourfacts a bit better.
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level 3
Oct 24, 2017
No it is an Egyptian Country
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level 4
Dec 15, 2015
It was easy for me to identify all the countries as I've stayed in most of the middle eastern countries
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level 19
Dec 28, 2015
People keep on saying that Egypt is not part of the Middle East,when in fact it is! Iran is in the Middle East and it's also an Asian country, so Egypt can be in the Middle East and still be an African country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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level 53
Jan 14, 2016
The Palestinian Territories are certainly not a country in the sense of an independent sovereign nation; that's just a fact. If you go by limited self-governance, then you must include Abkhazia at least.
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level 28
Sep 21, 2016
The Palestinian Territories are recognized by more countries than Taiwan or Kosovo. Palestine also has UN observer status like Vatican City. The only reason why you don't call it a country is because you come from a country where it isn't recognized and you are biased.
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level 35
Nov 16, 2016
...or because it has no control over its claimed territory
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level 19
Sep 5, 2017
Matthew07 then i guess any country with poor border control is not a country. ie cyrpus georgia
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level 33
Oct 31, 2017
Matthew07 summarizing the Palestinian-Israeli conflict
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level 13
Nov 18, 2017
Palistine isnt a country YET but it should be. and if it isnt why is monaco,andorra counted in some tests
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level 53
Dec 15, 2017
Cyprus and Georgia have good border control. Palestine has a bunch of signs in the desert. The only thing that makes them any more of a country than a part of Antarctica that some entrepreneur plants a flag on is their recognition by a bunch of countries that either have a vendetta against Israel/the US or don't want to anger anyone (e.g. tiny island countries or countries far away). You'll notice none of the major world powers (with the exceptions of China, India, and Russia, who all have something against the US or Israel) recognises Palestine - including the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and boatloads more.
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level 65
Jan 3, 2018
@Aesthus The first ones who recognize the Palestinian territories as a different jurisdiction than Israel are the Israeli themselves, that do not give the nationality or voting rights to the people that are born there. In any case, it depends on the definition of country you go with. Palestine meets the criteria according to some definitions, and doesn't according to others. And this particular conflict is not precisely forgotten by the media, so it's not like people is going to be misled.
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level 14
Jan 8, 2018
Rubbish. Palestinians have mps in the knesset, can vote, serve in the army and play in the football leagues. Many choose to be Israelis and understandably - it is the only secular democracy in the Middle East. Gaza and the West Bank are ruled by people who do not want Israel to exist and that is more important to them than statehood or they would have achieved it long ago. There is no such thing as a country called the Palestinian Territories. Schlomohoward is right.
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level 65
Aug 7, 2018
@mab. You are confusing things. Palestinians born in Israel receive Israeli citizenship, but the Palestinians that are born in Gaza and the West Bank do not serve in the army or have voting rights in Israel. So, as I said, Israel himself admits that the land marked in this quiz as "Palestinian territories" is a different jurisdiction than Israel.
The reason that Israel has not annexed those territories is that, because if they did, suddenly Israel would not be a state with Jewish majority.
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level 73
Sep 12, 2018
^ which is why it's confusing when so many people use so many conflicting definitions for what a "Palestinian" is. Somewhat ironically for most of the past 500 years the term was used to describe the Jewish residents of the Ottoman province of Palestine. Now it has come, in popular usage, to mean any current or former resident of the area that was formerly British Mandatory Palestine who is NOT Jewish. Those that employ this usage of the term typically want to try and divorce all Jews from the history and identity of the land and try to imagine them as foreign colonizers. But it is always confusing having discussions on the subject because the term is, at best, amorphous.

If you're talking about "Arab" or Arabic speaking Muslims and Christians with Israeli citizenship, yes, those people are quite well off and privileged next to anyone in any neighboring country. But if you're looking at the residents of Gaza it's a very different story.
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level 7
Aug 22, 2017
Username checks out?
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level 7
Jan 16, 2016
check
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level 7
Jan 16, 2016
great quiz one of the easiest
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level 1
Feb 2, 2016
cool
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level 8
Feb 11, 2016
Done with 2:51 remaining I'm the best
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level 57
Feb 16, 2016
*AHEM* read some earlier comments. Btw the less time REMAINING the less good it is. My personal is 3:01
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level 1
Feb 21, 2018
I got 3:23 im so proud
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level 52
Oct 18, 2017
I did it with 3.06 remaining.....
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level 53
Oct 19, 2017
I did it with 3:59 remaining, what do you have to say about that?
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level 38
Nov 15, 2017
That's a big load of baloney. I barely got 3:41 and I grinded this quiz for 30 minutes to get that time.
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level 15
Dec 15, 2017
I got it in 3:03 100%
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level 53
Apr 16, 2018
That's the joke
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level 2
Feb 26, 2016
sooooo easy
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level 4
May 24, 2016
it is so easy it took me 2:55 to finish it
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level 50
Jul 23, 2016
Everyone is arguing that the terrorist run Palestinian Territories are a country when it isn't, whereas poor old Islamic State doesn't even get a mention. They've got their own flag, government, army, tax-raising powers and a multi-billion dollar oil business that they run entirely on their own. Surely if one bunch of bandits get a mention because they are autonomous then others should too.
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level 73
Aug 6, 2016
This is a fair point. Islamic State has a much better claim to sovereignty than Palestine. But nobody has recognized them because they are hated by literally everyone. State recognition often has more to do with popularity, sympathy, and (of course) politics than actual real sovereignty.
However, that said, Palestine has a (disputed, fragmented) government, they have a flag, they collect some tax revenue and exercise some civic authority, to varying degrees in different unconnected places. What Daesh most notably has that "Palestine" lacks is control over their own borders and territory, and a stable and centralized undisputed government.
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level 33
Nov 6, 2016
kalbahamut i swear half the people on jetpunk want to buy you a beer or scotch
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level 73
Dec 7, 2016
The other half want to poison that beer or scotch?
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level 73
Dec 7, 2016
btw I put Islamic State and Palestine both on my World Leaders #2 Quiz here
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level 50
Jun 17, 2017
I second cameron's comment. Jetpunk is a better place with your posts. They should be even highlighted.
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level 19
Aug 23, 2017
Very few countries recognize the Islamic State, but PT is recognized by more countries then Taiwan.
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level 73
Aug 31, 2017
Literally no country recognizes the Islamic State. They have no friends, only enemies. Even AlQaeda and the Taleban hate them.
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level 19
Sep 5, 2017
Really? I thought corrupt countries would, but I guess it makes sense.
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level 47
Aug 18, 2016
I'm surprised how easy that was. Bummer the reason is because of all the conflict
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level 6
Nov 18, 2016
What?
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level 17
Nov 15, 2016
I think it was trying to cover all bases, anything that might be in the middle east was included.
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level 13
Jan 8, 2017
Found them all and 4:01 minutes to boot. I can't wait to be born so I can click myself !
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level 2
Jan 25, 2017
I say that maybe we should let the people who live there decide what their country is called. For now though, whateveryouwanttocallit is a disputed territory
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level 3
Jan 31, 2017
cool
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level 3
Feb 10, 2017
100 great check it out
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level 13
Feb 13, 2017
got bahrain and qatar mixed up :( all else easy im awesome also, palestine is not a country
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level 21
Feb 15, 2017
ok
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level 1
Feb 16, 2017
I got 100% with 4 minutes left and I'm only 5.
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level 2
Mar 6, 2017
Thanks, this really helps
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level 1
Mar 13, 2017
i like this game
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level 1
Mar 17, 2017
Wow
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level 27
Mar 21, 2017
Can we have some interesting philosophical debates on her please? 'Wow' does not show the level of intelligence all JetPunkers clearly possess in abundance.
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level 4
Apr 26, 2017
WOW great way to sum that up fellow Jetpunker.
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level 42
May 5, 2018
WOW that's funny
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level 74
Sep 12, 2018
WOW is so many things to so many people. Turned upside down it is MOM. Turned on one side it is 3O3, and on the other side it is EOE. What other word is so versatile, so heartwarming, yet so simple? I could philosophize all day about those three beautiful letters. However, I am a mother so I could be prejudiced in its favor. Let the debates begin.
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level 18
Mar 31, 2017
27 with 3:50 remaining. Not bad for a fetus
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level 22
Apr 18, 2017
100% a muslim/Arab did not do it they would never mention Israel FYI palestine is still not a country.
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level 4
Apr 26, 2017
Why not? I thought it was. But if it isn't why can't it be?
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level 21
Aug 12, 2017
Good question...
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level 19
Sep 5, 2017
Palestine is recongized by more countries than Taiwan.
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level 11
Jun 28, 2017
Finished with 3:13 left
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level 21
Aug 9, 2017
Finished with 3:30 remaining. I think I'm the best?
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level 25
Nov 12, 2017
Did it a second faster than you ;-)
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level 38
Nov 15, 2017
I did it 10 seconds faster than you :P
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level 21
Aug 12, 2017
am i
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level 21
Aug 12, 2017
of course i am
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level 44
Aug 22, 2017
Finished with 3:50 remaining, and I'm only 3.
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level 1
Oct 2, 2017
Three year olds cannot have an account.
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level 31
Mar 8, 2018
*obvious sarcasm is obvious*
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level 1
Oct 2, 2017
You guys all need to be nice. Sorry to all who are actually being responsible people.
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level 1
Oct 2, 2017
Great game, just wish you could pick which countries you study.
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level 14
Oct 16, 2017
Egypt is in Africa, not the Middle East. This may need to be changed
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level 49
Oct 18, 2017
I repeat (from above): there is nothing to prevent a country from the continent of Africa from being part of a region known as 'The Middle East'. It would be similar to saying "that country is part of Africa, not the equator'.
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level 39
Nov 5, 2017
If this is a geography quiz, then Egypt is in Africa. If it is a political quiz, then it's in the Middle East. Next!
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level 69
Feb 8, 2018
Or, it's just a trivia quiz, and you should be able to recognize Egypt either way.
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level 25
Nov 12, 2017
Got all right on my first try, and after I few attempts I did it in 29 seconds... pretty satisfied :)
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level 2
Dec 14, 2017
This website was very helpful for me to learn asia's middleeast countries!!!!
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level 2
Dec 19, 2017
I really enjoy winning it!
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level 18
Jan 8, 2018
ez
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level 18
Jan 12, 2018
100% with 2:54 left
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level 8
Jan 18, 2018
Egypt is actually considered in both Africa and Asia.
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level 8
Jan 22, 2018
Schlomohoward, That is actually your opinion!
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level 8
Jan 30, 2018
bobthebuilder101, are you Mikayla?
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level 8
Jan 30, 2018
Done with 3:50 remaining
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level 22
Feb 2, 2018
3:12 seconds left
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level 2
Feb 4, 2018
Done with 3:21 remaining
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level 7
Feb 6, 2018
done with 3:06s remaining enough for a 12 year child
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level 48
Jun 28, 2018
For the love of god - I click on several things at once, so they open in other tabs, and then I come back to the others. STOP MAKING THE TIME START AUTOMATICALLY! All quizzes should not have the timer start until I click on something to start the quiz. I hate going back to a page and seeing that my score is zero, because you decided to make a quiz start by itself. How hard is it to be consistent on all of your quizzes?
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level 65
Jun 29, 2018
Wow.
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level 60
Jun 30, 2018
you can just click on "retake quiz" or refresh the page...
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level 58
Jul 25, 2018
I do that too. Just refresh the site. It's not like QM decided to randomly make quizzes start automatically. There's a pattern.
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level 12
Sep 12, 2018
"Watching the news might help you place these countries on the map." Wow. Just wow.
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level 74
Sep 12, 2018
Another wow! Yippee!
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level 73
Sep 14, 2018
I know! I'm SO offended by honest descriptions of reality!
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level 26
Sep 14, 2018
Wait...Kosovo isn't recognised as a country? Even the Serbians ( who originally owned the land of Kosovo ) recognise it as a country.
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level 73
Sep 15, 2018
Serbia does not recognize Kosovo.
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