Which Middle Eastern country is an example of monarchy?
The only Middle Eastern country with an absolute monarchy is Saudi Arabia; The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud. Constitutional monarchs include; Mohammed VI of Morocco, King Abdullah Il Ibn as-Hussein of Jordan, Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of Kuwait and King Sheikh Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifah of Bahrain.
Absolute Emirates include Kuwait, Qatar and the seven Emirates of the UAE – the official translation from Emir is Prince, however in the region the Emir rules as a King would and finally we have the Absolute Sultanate of Oman, His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said.
Which Middle Eastern nation was founded in 1948?
That would be the state of Israel.
This is a very contested, controversial topic therefore it is suggested that you read about Israel and Palestine from a range of sources and viewpoints.
Which Middle Eastern countries have oil?
In order of highest oil reserves; Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, UAE, Libya, Qatar, Algeria, Oman, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Suria and Tunisia. For greater perspective it is best to look at world figures in comparison. Statistics from 2012 place Venezuela at the top of all OPEC member nations with crude oil reserves at 24.8%, Saudi Arabia in at 22.1% and Algeria at 1%.
Which Middle Eastern country is not landlocked?
The West Bank is the only landlocked state in the Middle East.