It list the Kuwait City suburbs of Hawalli and Farwaniya, but not Kuwait City itself....
Al means "The" in Arabic and thus type-ins without that (as well as its variations because they're all transliterations) should also be accepted
Please correct "Gebze" (not "Gezbe").
Also, I never heard of "Icel", so I put it in Google Maps, and it offered me "Icel, Akdeniz/Mersin, Turkey". Wikipedia says that Icel is the former name of Mersin Province. At any rate, please accept Mersin.
If you want to go by what citypopulation.de uses, then these are sometimes cities, sometimes districts, sometimes other things - which makes sense because different countries count population in different ways. And using those is of course fine. Many quizzes here do. (Seeing as how CP is one of the easiest international "authoritative" sources to reference, and all.)
But please don't call them "urban areas" (as has been done in the quiz description/instructions). Many of these fall into the same urban area. and there are many urban areas that should be here but aren't (because they're subdivided into several smaller jurisdictions which on their own are too small to make it).
As someone who's lived in several of these cities, the discrepancy of listing these as the largest urban areas, and the reality on the ground, is... startling.
I can sympathise with HinesBrothers here, I've made quizzes on cities in the MENA countries before and it can be really hard to find good sources on just how many people live in those cities.
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