Abdullah Yusuf Azzam

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  • Dr. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam

    Dr. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam was of colossal importance to the development of Islamic militant radicalism and his ideas were a significant foundational support of the establishment and structure of al-Qaeda. Azzam was born in 1941 in Jenin, Palestine, where previously to Azzam’s birth, the British under the Balfour Declaration of 1917 was under the obligation of providing and maintaining in Palestine, a nation for the home of the Jewish people. This declaration was made between the Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to Walter Rothschild of the Rothschild magnate, who was a leader of the British Jewish community. This action did not go well with the Arab leaders at the time, and was considered by the Arab community as a betrayal. Jonathan Schneer…

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  • Compare And Contrast Laden And Osama Gandhi

    Before we compare Gandhi and Bin Laden, it is important to know the preamble of who they are and what they fought for.Mahatma Gandhi is considered to be the most influential leader for the independence of India. He is widely known for his successful non-violent protests that legally showed civil disobedience against white British and Boer government officials. These officials were discriminating and segregation many Indian immigrants. Gandhi fought for Indian liberation against bills that…

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  • Quit Kashmir Movement Analysis

    against the Shiekh Abdullah for his Quit Kashmir movement by the Govt. of India. With the help of Mahatma Gandhi & Jawaharlal Nehru, all the cases were withdrawn for which Sheikh Abdullah supported the accession of Kashmir with India. Pakistan, with the help of Qabailie Jihadies, sent its troops in 1948 to Kashmir and annexed 3/4th of its territory. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru took the matter to U.N.O. where he accepted a resolution favoring holding plebiscite in Jammu & Kashmir. People of Kashmir…

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  • Role Of Agriculture In Agriculture

    Agriculture in most developing economies is the core sector providing a livelihood to a significant proportion of population, especially in rural areas. Since this sector faces the largest burnt of underemployment, unemployment and poverty, a growing agriculture and allied sector is expected to contribute vastly to overall growth and poverty alleviation. Increasing the productive capacity of agriculture through higher productivity has been an important goal in developing countries. There has…

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  • Housing Crisis In Saudi Arabia Essay

    A 1 introduction a issue 2 when and how do the issur start? 3 Statistic of people own a home 3-1 Ava income pepole = when can they own a home 3-2 ex. B- solution 1-provide a home for citizens 2- encourage private companies to contribute in this issue 3- Social responsibility 4- C- some consequences 1- loyalty 2- % marriage goes up 3- economic goes up 4- Recently, the housing crisis has become an increasingly controversial issue in the Saudi Arabia. There are diverse…

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  • Turkey Coup Attempt Essay

    Turkey experienced a coup attempt in July 15th, 2016 and that is not the first time that the military interfere the government in modern Turkish history. Three coup took place in 1960, 1971, 1980 and the prime minister was forced to step down in 1997 by the military (Aljazeera). However, the last coup attempt failed and it seemed uncoordinated compared to other coups. As a result of the coup attempt, more than 290 people dead and 1,400 people injured and, also more than 6,000 people were…

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  • Al Qaeda (The Base)

    Al-Qaeda (The Base) Al Qaeda, which means “The Base” in Arabic, is the most known and the most dangerous terrorist group in the world. It was founded in 1988 by the most wanted person in America, Osama Bin Laden. Other leaders included Abdullah Yusuf Azzam and Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Their motives were to keep American influences out of Muslim countries, fight Israel, and dictate the Middle East. The History of Al Qaeda According to BBC News, “Many volunteers from Arab countries had gone to…

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  • Armed Group Research Paper

    exile. They had no legal status to live in Afghanistan, and they were not welcomed back in their home countries. Some Daesh leader was part of Al Qaida, but at the time the Arab fighters in Afghanistan came from across the globe to join the holy war against the USSR. Most of them have been backed by their people and some by their states. But after the war, most of them have been abounded by their governments. Still, they possessed a lot of weapons, cash, expertise and safe heavens and human…

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  • How Did 9/11 Changed American Society

    a big meeting. This meeting was about the Twin Towers. He again reviewed the video clips with his advisor. Later on, somehow the National Security council got a massage from Al Qaeda. That’s when President Bush and his advisor had already decided who was behind all of this, it was Osama Bin Laden. The President called the military to have the navy troops ready for this war. They will be going to Afghanistan in Al Qaeda. Their mission is to kill their leader Osama Bin Laden. Al Qaeda is a place…

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