The Arab League is a regional organization of Arab countries in North Africa and the Middle East. The Arab League was founded in 1945 and has 22 member states. The Arab League’s population is estimated at 430 million in 2022. By 2026, the population of the Arab League is estimated to grow to 461 million.
According to a recent report, the largest Arab countries by population are Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Sudan in 2022. Currently, these five countries have the largest populations in the Arab world.
The population growth rates in these countries are projected to remain above 2%, with Egypt experiencing the highest growth rate. In addition to their large populations, these countries also have high levels of poverty and unemployment. Efforts need to be made to address these issues to improve the quality of life for all residents.
The Largest Arab Countries By Populations 2022
|12||United Arab Emirates||10,081,785|
The population of the Arab world is projected to grow rapidly in the next decade. The largest Arab countries by population are Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Sudan. These five countries have the highest populations in the Arab world and have high poverty and unemployment levels. Therefore, efforts need to be made to address these issues to improve the quality of life for all residents.