Sinai Peninsula or "The Crossroads to the World"
Libya-Egypt, Asia Minor, Syria-Palestine, Mesopotamia, Thrace-Macedonia, Media-Persia, Central Asia, Western India.
empire which comprised Iran, Mesopotamia, Syria, Egypt, and parts of Asia minor and IndiaPersia originated in central Asia. Eventually it included a huge empire stretching from Western India to Greece in the north and Egypt in the south, including the entire area of Mesopotamia.
The Roman Empire extended to parts of three continents: in Europe it covered part of Western Europe and the Balkan Peninsula (south-eastern Europe) , in Asia it covered part of western Asia (west of Iran and north of Saudi Arabia), and in Africa it covered Egypt and the coastal part of the rest of North Africa.
During the New Kingdom, Egypt created an empire and became the most powerful state in Southwest Asia.
The Atlantic Ocean is a formal factor that connects Egypt to Africa to Europe and to the southwest Asia.
Numerous groups from Western Asia have conquered Egypt. In historical order it is:HyksosAssyriansPersiansMacedonian Greeks (in Europe, but conquered Egypt via Western Asia)Romans (in Europe, but conquered Egypt via Western Asia) and ByzantinesRashidun Islamic CaliphateAyyubid CaliphateOttoman Empire
it connects Africa and Asia
the Nile river
Yes, you can. The Suez Canal Bridge, which connects Asian Egypt (Egypt on the east bank of the Suez Canal) and African Egypt (Egypt on the west bank of the Suez Canal).
Egypt-Libya, western Asia Minor, Thrace-Macedonia, Persia-Central Asia.
The Bering Strait connects Asia and Alaska.
Macedomia, Syria in the east, the kingdoms of Pergamum in western Asia Minor, and Egypt.
No, the Middle East covers Egypt, the Arab Peninsula, Turkey, Cyprus and Iran, and is often considered a synonym of Western Asia (although that'd be without Egypt).