Egyptian Men are the Third Shortest in the Arab World
Report details how we 'measure up' to other Arab countries, but does size really matter?
In a study published by the Independent, Egypt's male population has been found to have the third shortest height in the Arab region with an average of 170 cm, behind Kuwait (169 cm), and Iraq (165 cm).
The Arab world's tallest men are the Lebanese, with an average height of 176, followed by the Saudis who make the list with an average of 174 cm. Meanwhile, North African nations averaged between 170 cm and 172 cm.