Jordan troops hunt Syrian militants on the border
The second image is phosphate. Phosphate is salt used in fertilizer to helps plants grow. Phosphates was one of Jordan's major exports. Phosphate was in every fertilizer they used farmers put it on crops too.
The third picture are fruits and vegetables. These were two of egypts main crops. They export a lot of them and get stuff back in return. Fruit was common all over the country they also used phosphates in farming and growing crops.
In the second picture the desert describes the climate in Israel. They had dry and hot summers and even warm winters. They took advantage of the warm weather and could farm all gear round and store crops and even exporte them.