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    Q1-Evaluation of Sheikh Mohammed' approach to build Dubai, influences of his life and assessment as a ruler or a business man. Introduction The small coastal village in the 1950 became in 2008 as one of the fasted growing state in economies and massive development in real estate, tourism and huge commerce. The transformation of Dubai was in terms of its speed, scope, scale and mainly in the vision of Sheikh Mohammed. The economic growth came under the leadership of Sheikh Mohammed as holding…

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    History Of ISIS

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    also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, others tend to call it the ISIL or Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. ISIS’ leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took the former leader’s position in 2006. The first leader of ISIS was Abu Musab al-Zarqawi…

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    ISIS

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    What is ISIS? ISIS is an acronym that stands for the "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" . Its recent origins must be briefly explained by political unrest in Afghanistan and Iraq that started in the 1980's. The Soviet Union invades and occupies Afghanistan 1979. Muslim Afghan warriors called "mujahideen" rebels are the fighting Soviet Union incursion from 1979-1989. The United States was openly supporting and sponsoring these anti communist rebels. This is the rise and infancy of Osama bin…

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    Afghanistan, when the factions of Afghanistan started fighting amongst each other for control of the country. It was not just the battle experience Zarqawi gained from his time with the jihadist groups, but also made many valuable connections. Sheikh Abu Muhammad al Maqdisi was one of those connections that helped form Zarqawi 's opinion on how he would run his organization in the future. Al Maqdisi was one of the architects of the ideology of of jihad Salafism. This ideology is based on the…

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    ISIS Motivation

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    world—threatening to spread even farther. But who exactly caused this organization? What is their main goal? What are their motives or rewards? Overall, how did they initialize in the first place? The two initial founders of Al-Qaeda and ISIS are Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and Osama…

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    ISIS to some subtle ways the West should tackle this problem. Al Qaeda is the first chapter in the book ISIS: The State of Terror and it talks about the rise and fall of Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda stated by Stern and Berger “ISIS emerged from the mind of Abu Musab al Zarqawi, a Jordanian thug-turned-terrorist who brought a particularly brutal and sectarian approach to his understanding of jihad.” (13) Even though ISIS…

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    Armed Group Research Paper

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    Who is the armed group, which massacres, genocide and spreading fear around the globe through racism, sexism, anarchism, enslavement, kidnappings, stoning, terrorizing and even mass beheadings their opposition? A faction, which stands against contemporary shared values and morals, and they advocate for violence and barbarism under the name of virtue and ideology. They are known as Daesh, but there are many disinformation, misinformation and lack of information about them. Who are they and what…

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    Previous decades have been plagued with slavery and civil rights, but injustices still exist in today’s society such as prejudice based on social class, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, occupation, education and religion. Although civil rights movement was seen as a heroic and victorious episode in the U.S.’s history about equal citizenship rights between African-American and whites, the inequality and prejudice about African-American is still a painful blain. It’s not hard to find various…

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    Manning or Perez, but the world needs more heroes and less cowards. For me, the question remains: How can we as organizers, activists and artists cultivate courage? First, by telling the stories of genuine heroes like Manning, Perez, Kathy Kelly, Mumia Abu Jamal, and others. After all, if we don't tell their stories, who will? PBS and NPR? I don't know about you, but I'd rather not watch or listen to another milquetoast presentation on radical political movements or figures. Save that bullshit…

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    Attention is the New Famous In the eyes of those too young to know better, becoming big and tough is just another step in life. In the poem, “Behind Grandma’s House”, the author, Gary Soto, portrays a young, troublesome boy who seems to crave attention from whoever will bestow it upon him. Through each the vivid imagery, the tough guy tone, and well-fitting poetic devices used throughout the poem. Gary Soto is allowed to portray the thematic accusation that people change both their physical and…

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