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    Rise Of The Islamic Empire

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    THE RISE OF AN ISLAMIC EMPIRE FROM THE 6TH TO THE 13TH CENTURIES. James Q. Shelton History 101 11/15/2016 During the rise of the Islamic Empire from the 6th to the 13th centuries, Islam changed political, social, and cultural conditions. The intentions of this essay are to inform readers of the rise of the Islamic Empire. The begin of Islam is set apart in the year 610, after the principal disclosure to the prophet Muhammad at 40 years old. Muhammad and his devotees spread the lessons…

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    the troubling and quick ascension of the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS). The word itself represents the rule of a Caliph. This Caliph can rule a land mass, a government, or a mass of people. In the case of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, it is lands and cities in Northern Iraq. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the current Caliph of ISIS. He is the so-called only “legitimate successor to the prophet Mohammed” (independent.co.uk). With this distinction, al-Baghdadi is claiming to be the overall leader of…

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    Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi reinforces his claim as Caliph with being a descendent from the Quraysh tribe. ISIS is establishing legitimacy among Sunni Muslims around the world and moving away from Al Qaeda who influence remote areas of Afghanistan. The proclamation of Sunni Caliphate may be the glue to hold together disparate groups like ex-Baathists, Salafists, Naqshabadis, and ex-Iraqi army of Saddam Hussain. Ways to mitigate the bomb threat of Pan Am flight 103. In the 1980s, terrorists resorted to…

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    Islam is a religion that has spread to over 1.5 billion people since the death of Muhammad in 632 C.E. Since his death, there have been countless people that have left their mark on the lives of many Muslims across the world and helped transform Islam into the dominant faith that it is today. Specifically, those who were the closest to Muhammad are seen as having some of the deepest impacts on the Islamic faith other than Muhammad himself. Ali Talib, is not only the cousin of the Prophet…

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    Aisha Bint Abu Bakr Essay

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    Aisha bint Abu Bakr – Figure of a Woman Drawn by Men How could one woman be so many different things to so many different people? Here a tool to delegitimize Muslims, there a traitor and an adulteress, over there the most visible of the Mothers of the Believers— Aisha bint Abu Bakr is, with the possible exception of Mohammed himself, the most controversial figure in early Islam. For many in the West, Aisha is just a story of a woman without a name. “Did you know Mohammed had a nine year old wife…

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    Abbasid Prejudice

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    However, Abbasid prejudice is the primary reason for his unfavorable image. The Abbasid discontentment is a result of Umayyad nepotism particularly when Muawiya, the first Umayyad caliphate, allowed his incompetent son Yazid to ascend to power and effectively concentrated the Islamic rule amongst the Umayyad clan. The majority believed there were other more pious and appropriate individuals . Muawiya was also instrumental in the first fitna against Ali which killed multiple prominent Muslim…

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    Works and discoveries: Abu Bakr al-Razi left us tons of work and accomplishments for the whole humanity to use and benefit from, his works and discoveries facilitated our lives until this very moment, for he was committed to the scientific method in his research to develop more reliable results, he used the experience and observation, and these methods were mentioned clearly in his book “Secrets”, which dealt with the knowledge of medications, medical equipment, chemical scientific experiments…

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    ISIS is the biggest threat to the world and to the Christian people because over the past Three months ISIS has killed about 5,300 Christians and Yazidi. ISIS also forced about 1.2 million Iraqis and Syrian citizens out of their homes. ISIS militants are not Muslims; in fact they’re not even humans because no human would commit the crime that ISIS had committed in the past months. On one occasion ISIS militants killed About 500 Yezidis and buried some alive, while killing others in a mass…

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    Dubai Economic Analysis

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    's economy remains greatly dependent on oil. Except for Dubai, a large portion of the UAE is subject to oil incomes. Petroleum and common gas keep on assuming a focal part in the economy, particularly in Abu Dhabi. More than 85% of the UAE 's economy depended on the oil trades in 2009. While Abu Dhabi and other UAE emirates have remained moderately preservationist in their way to deal with broadening, Dubai, which has far littler oil stores, was bolder in its expansion approach. The UAE 's…

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    o The location of the airline is an advantage since its geographical location is in the UAE, which is considered one of the countries that act as a “crossroad between east and west”. o The airline company has a lot of internationally recognized sponsorships; this provides good branding and visibility. Example: Etihad Airways is the sponsor of Manchester City F.C. and has won many awards such as World’s Leading Airline in 2016. ("Etihad Airways", 2017) o Etihad Airways is considered as a…

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