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    Isis “ Men are moved by two levers only : fear and self interest” (Napoleon). Fear is caused by emotions. Emotions are strong they make us very happy or sad at the time, it makes people do things before they think about it. Fear of death is one of the worst. Militant group called ISIS has been trying to take over small countries across the Middle East and enable the possibility to spread fear of Muslims all over the world, but primary to Europe. Isis, militant group, is causing one of the…

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    Dr. Sabri Research Paper

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    Shahada, “There is no god but God and Muhammad is the prophet of Allah,” then no other difference could be significant enough to set them apart so as to make them conflict with one another. The only difference, he mentioned, was that Sunnis believed Abu Bakr to be Muhammad’s rightful successor, rather than Ali. This slight difference makes no difference, according to Dr. Sabri. Therefore, he denies looking down upon Shi’ites as lesser Muslims in any way, shape, or form. Of course, when asked…

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    Radical Islam has become the number one focus of U.S. intelligence, military, and foreign policy in the years since 9/11. Its growth from political Islam to terrorism has been marked by numerous scholars and their contemporaries ranging from Qutb to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. There are many driving forces behind radical Islam, but one of the most important yet confusing is the concept of Jihad, which is used by all groups. Qutb describes the main goal of Islamic jihadism by writing, in his book…

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    Muhammad's Journey

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    The divide is the disagreement on who the prophet (Muhammad) wanted to succeed him. (Brown, 88). The divide focused on two of the four rightful caliphs: Abu Bakr and Ali. Because Ibn Ishaq followed Sunni rule the Sira is solely a Sunni perspective of the life of Muhammad. Modern historians also have expressed skepticism about certain details regarding the Sira. These historians are labelled with the name…

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    Portugal, was dominated by one of the richest and most intellectually powerful civilizations in the world, the Muslims. It would take Europeans until 1492, with the help from Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile and their Reconquista and Inquisition, to expel the Moors from Spain. Immediately after, their expulsion ushered in the Spanish “discovery” of the New World which would forever impact Western Civilization. But we all know how that story goes. I would like to posit a new…

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    Unintended Consequences of Social Media: Good, Bad, and Ugly Among the top 10 most popular websites all over the world, 5 of them are social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Statistics has shown that there is a huge amount of users using social media services everyday, Facebook has more than 700 million active monthly users, users of Twitter has passed the line of 300 million, as for YouTube, there are over 3 billion views of its videos every single week. And these numbers…

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    During World War II Nazi has killed over six million Jewish People. That is about two third of the Jewish population in Europe. For the past two years ISIS has killed 18,800 people in Iraq and still growing. But around the world, who know how many people did ISIS has killed. ¨The Jewish population of Europe was about 9.5 million in 1933. In 1950, the Jewish population of Europe was about 3.5 million.¨ This quote shows that in 1933 the population of Jews in Europe is in 9.5 million, but in 1950…

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    In the years after the death of Christ, religious beliefs such as Bantu, Christianity, and Islamic faith became the center of the civilizations Africa. In the lower regions of Africa, the Bantu tribes based their religious beliefs and lifestyles off of the environment that surrounded them. These tribes where located in Torrid Zones that made it hard to create a settlement for them to live in, making them pastoralist. In the upper regions of Africa, particularly in the North, the Romans used…

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    Al Qaeda's Weaknesses

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    One of the worst attacks on the United States that no one will ever forget was on September 11, 2001. On this day, 19 extremists in the Al-Qaeda group took control of four United States airplanes, hijacked them and carried out a major suicide plan of attack against the United States. Two of the four airplanes flew head on into the World Trade Center Towers in New York, one flew into the Pentagon in Washington, and the last airplane crashed in Pennsylvania in a field when passengers tried to…

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    Research Paper On Muhammad

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    In 570 AD Saudi Arabia was suffering from the excessive violence of small clans. Muhammad was born into this culture of unnecessary violence lived his life as such. The Quran claims Muhammad was visited by Allah's angel Gabriel who called on Muhammad to do the bidding of Allah and preach his word to the middle east who at the time Was polytheistic. In the midst of disorder and chaos in the middle east Muhammad rapidly gained followers, creating not only the religion of Islam but gathered his…

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