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    Essays for Final Exam Part A. II. The decline of the Ghaznavids and the rise of the Seljuk empire, 1040-1200 The sultan-caliph relationship was established when the Turks entered Islam. They did not abolish the Caliphate, by replaced it with a new institution, the Sultanate. It was in the second half of the eleventh century that a third nation was added to the Islam empire. The Turks first entered the Caliphate four hundred years earlier when they were brought in as slaves or adventurers…

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    Amr Ibn Al Aas Biography

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    Amr ibn al-aas belonged to the Banu Sham[1] clan of the Quraysh. He was born in Arabia in the city of Makkah. His father’s name was Al Aaas Ibn Wa’al who owned a perfume business. He was very rich and had an importance in the clan of Banu Sham. He was a chief of his clan. Amr ibn al aas joined his business at a very young age and had an opportunity to visit neighboring countries and deal with different people. He established personal friendly relations with many governors and kings both in…

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    Isis Pros And Cons

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    [Last Name] 1 Keegan Mr. Evans Government Isis Isis is the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Isis is a militant group, which is led by and composed of Sunni Arabs from Iraq and Syria. They have control over territory occupied by ten million people in Iraq and Syria. It has control over small areas of Libya, Nigeria, and Nangarhar. The group also operates in other parts of the world including South Asia. Isil is posting internet videos of soldiers, civilizations, aid workers, and…

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    The Spread Of ISIS

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    Spread of ISIS ISIS has risen recently to be the most effectively powerful jihadi group in the world. It consists of thousands of participants. ISIS started as a part of Al-Qaeda but broke off two years later. The leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has turned ISIS into an extremely aggressive system; one of the most violent the United States has ever had to face. The group often utilizes suicide bombers to inflict the terror and deaths in the areas they attack. So far, they have occupied land from…

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    THE THREAT KNOWN AS ISIS 1 Abstract The world is at the brink of chaos every single. One of these sources of chaos is terrorism. On this research paper i intend to define the threat of the terrorist group known as ISIS, show its capabilities, goals, ideals and what are our governments doing to neutralize this problem. I believe that by bringing awareness to terrorism and the group known as ISIS i can help motivate others to take precautions in the event of another September 11.…

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    August 20, 2009- Scottish Justice Secretary announces that “The Scottish government will allow Al-Megrahi to be released from custody and returned to Libya, because of his failing health.” (Bioterrorism Week, 2011, p.25). August 2, 2010- A group of U.S. Senators investigate rumors Al-Megrahi was released as a part of a deal to allow British Petroleum (BP) to drill off the coast of Libya. May 20, 2012- Ali Al-Megrahi dies in Libya, claiming his innocence. Theories behind the attack of Pan Am…

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    Quran Vs Sharia

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    It is said that the things that are perceived as sacred, are the things that correspond with God’s wishes and commands (Perry). In the Muslim culture, Allah is God, the Quran is their holy book, and Muhammad was their last prophet (Grant). The Quran was created by Muhammad and includes Sharia Law, the Law of Islam. Sharia Law includes the words and actions of Muhammad on things private beliefs, public behavior and private behavior(“Sharia Law”). Sharia Law is the the most stringent in the world…

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    We might think that Christianity is the most popular religion at this point, which is true. Scholars believe that in the mid-21st century Islam will be the largest in the world. Today the numbers are to an astounding 6 million Muslims that believe in Islam religion. Looking ahead to important figures, the geographic stand point, and important timeline events will help us better understand why Islam religion is growing relatively fast. This religion is a monotheistic tradition, which means…

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    member of the Hashim clan of the powerful Quraysh tribe. Because Muhammad’s father, Abd Allah, died before he was born and his mother, Amina, when he was 6 years old, he was placed in the care of his grandfatherAbd al-Muttalib and, after 578, his uncle Abu Talib, who succeeded as head of Hashim clan. At the age of about 25, Muhammad entered the employ of a rich widow, Khadijah, in her commercial enterprise. They were married soon after. Two sons, both of whom died young, and four daughters were…

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    The “Muslim World” is a region, rocked by conflict, with a complex history. The boundaries of said Muslim World are ambiguously defined and it is shrouded in numerous preconceived notions by different cultures. Destiny Disrupted by Tamim Ansary is account of the Islamic World through Islamic eyes. Ansary takes the reader through the progression of Islam which is a faith that has both spiritual and political aspects. Although Ansary focuses mainly on the political progression of the Muslim state,…

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