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    Iran Corruption

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    that by collecting material gains from the consumers. These activities are sought after and prevalent in Iran. Each incident brings cases of bribery, fraud and other unlawful dealings involving the misuses of the public sector. (Huffington Post) According to Transparency.org, Iran ranks "136 out of 175 countries" this is a direct reflection of the negative impact economic corruption has on a nations global impact . The scale of corruption has not changed significantly when comparing Rowhani’s presidency with that of his predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. There is a considerable part of the economy and financial systems still owned, controlled and operated by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps and the office of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. In summary, when corruption occurs in Iran. It impacts the entire nation in many ways. In some of the worst cases, it costs many lives of the Iranian people. The penalties paid to those left behind ,has cost the Iranian people their freedom, health or money. The impact of economic corruption can be repaired but this lies in the hands of the people whom process more power than they are currently aware of.…

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    Eagle Claw Case Study

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    The purpose of this paper to identify and analyze the historic failed mission of Operation: Eagle Claw. The mission failed due to the lack of communication and the lack of sharing knowledge between government agencies and military branches. Eagle Claw failed for a variety of reasons, both during the planning and later during the execution. Before entering Iran, each of the government agencies worked independently with little to no cohesion amongst them and the mission was kept secret from key…

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    The Iranian Revolution

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    The Iranian theocratic system is divided into two institutions the elected and the unelected. Iran’s electorate directly elect the President, parliament and the assembly of experts (BBC 2009). The President similar to western governments serves no more than two consecutive four year terms and selects its cabinet, however, with approval by the parliament. The parliament also appoints or approves the guardian council, which vets the candidates the electorate must choose from (BBC 2009). The…

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    Analysis of Macro Country Analysis in Iran I. Executive Summary: II. Introduction III. Political Risk: Political/social unrest and instability: Earlier, Iran was under the rule of Shah. In 1979, Iran declared itself as the theocratic republic under the Ayatollah Khomeini’s guidance and was then named as the Islamic Republic of Iran. In 1979, Islamic students captured 52 American students and held them hostage with the demand that they return Shan to Iran. This…

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    Unknowingly to the world, during these months of ostensible silence from Supreme Leader Rouhani on his foreign policy, he frequently visits Ayatollah Khamenei in the hospital. He is genuinely concerned about the health and condition of Ayatollah Khamenei, but does not believe he can make any change if Ayatollah Khamenei recovers. After several months of visiting Ayatollah Khamenei and talking with his doctor, while also formulating his foreign policy objective and slowly changing the culture…

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    It was a cold wintery day in the midst of November in 1997. The excitement, the chaos, and the nervousness all because of me happened about eighteen years ago when my parents, Katie and Karl Margarida, brought me home to welcome me to a new household and new environment in a small town called Jasper, Indiana. Many things happened on November 17, 1997, including my birthday, 70 people died in an attack at the Egyptian Temple, and women and African Americans were freed in Iran. My parent’s names…

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    This chapter, except for the section on the Hazaras in the early Ismaili literature, has already been published under the title of ‘The Shi‘a Ismaʿili Da‘wat in Khurasan: From Its Early Beginning to the Ghaznawid Era’, at the Journal of Shʿia Islamic Studies, 2015, Vol. VIII, No. 1, pp. 37-59. In several qaṣīdas of his dīwān (1956), Farrukhī praises Sulṭān Maḥmūd Ghaznawī as the King of Zāwulistān. For further details see, Baiza, Y. (2014) The Hazaras of Afghanistan and their Shiʿa…

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    in her science lab. This was confirmed by one the boys who swore that he saw her from the lab’s window. I could not verify his account but the roamers continued about her and how she was flirtatious with the other visiting fathers to the school. I was fascinated by the amount of attention she received and how her beauty swayed the boy and the men alike. She became the object of my obsession of how to attract attention by being an eye candy. I wanted to be like ‘Aasha and I started taking care of…

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    The primary hagiographic story of ‘Aziz al Saksawiyya is the one found in the hagiographic work entitled Uns al-Faqir Wa izz al Hakir (the Intimacy of the Sufi and the greatness of the Denigrated) by the Sufi jurist ‘Abd al-Aziz ibn al-khatib who is known by the name of ibn Qunfudh (14th century). As we saw before this hagiographic record is a compilation of saints, Sufis and holy people belonging to Morocco and other Maghrebian countries. It includes only saints who were disciples of the axial…

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    The symbolism of Mecca for Helen In the play (The road to Mecca by Athol Furgard faber and faber edition) In the play “The road to Mecca” by Athol Furgard is a character named Helen, also known as Miss Helen. In the play she creates her own Mecca in her yard. Mecca is a city in Saudi Arabia and it is a holy city to followers of Islam. People take this religious journey to deepen their experience with God. In this case Helen takes a spiritual journey and she does not physically go to Saudi…

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