Al-Jazira

al-Jazira

Upper Mesopotamia is the name worn for the high ground and great outwash plain of western Iraq,and eastern Syria and eastern Turkey, in the north Middle East. This area together with northeast of Iraq is about pen pal what was Assyria as of the 25th century BC from end to end to the mid-7th century AD. After  Arab Islamic conquest of the middle of 7th century AD the area has been known by the customary Arabic name of al-Jazira also known  as Djazirah,  which derives from the previous Syriac “Aramaic” In the Euphrates or Tigris rivers change Mesopotamia into approximately an island, as they are connected together at the Shatt al-Arab also name as a Basra Governorate of Iraq, and their source of eastern Turkey are to close nearness.