Jordan Valley: It is part of the great Rift Valley. It was created more that 20 million years ago. It extends from Southern Turkey through Lebanon and Syria to the Dead Sea. The Valley is called Nahr al'urdunn in Arabic. The Jordan River flows through the Valley. Jordan Valley goes through hot and dry Wadi 'Araba. The Valley is 155kilometers long or 508,530 feet. Jordan Valley is known for sheer, and the barren sides of the mountain.
Jordan River: It is 212 meters below sea level. It drains into the Dead Sea at 407 meters below the sea level. The river is between 20 or 30 meters long and it contains fertile soil. The Jordan river is significant for Jews because, the Israelites traveled the River. It is significance to Christians is the belief that Jesus was baptized by John his cousin. The river is polluted, so they need a way to filter the water.
How does the eviroment affect the water ?
The dirt from the land makes the water from "The Jordan River" dirty. So making it a non usable source of water. If, the water was clean then it would provide them with water. So that is why Jordan needs a water filtration system. The valley has a sorta negative effect and positive. The negative effect is the dirt is falling into the River. Which is causing pollution in the water. The positive effect is it provides elevation for the flow of water.
They practice religious teachings most of the time. They will have one group practicing Muslim, a second practicing Christianity, and another practicing Druze. 92% Muslim, 6% Christianity, and 2% Druze. Christianity is the belief that Jesus Christ died on the cross for us, and we all are sinners. Muslim is the belief that God gave the holy books to a amour of messengers. Druze is the belief of movement of the souls, and a perfect society.