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    Civil War In Yemen Essay

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    The Civil War in Yemen Background: The Yemeni Civil War, in its complexity, is very difficult topic to fully comprehend. However, to gain an understanding how it all began is a slightly less confusing matter. With the Yemeni revolution in 2011, the then President for thirty-three years, Ali Abdullah Saleh and his Shia government were overthrown, instating Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi under a new democratic Sunni government. However, instability shook Yemen once again when Houthi forces performed a…

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    Essay One Since the death of Prophet Muhammad, the expansion of Islam has been evident beyond the Arabian Peninsula and specifically Makkah town. In the contemporary society, Islam is practiced in each continent and region including Africa, Europe, Nothern India and Southwest Asia. The spread of Islam has been motivated by the migration of Muslims to other regions of the world and the conversion of individuals from other religions to Islam. Military campaigns after the Hijrah era led to a…

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    Why Did Islam Spread Dbq

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    “Islam: the religion that spread far and wide” The Islamic civilization originated in the Arabian peninsula, and spread quickly to Europe and parts of North Africa. Nearby countries that did not follow Islam were rapidly conquered. While the Islamic civilization spread as an extensive empire using different methods, it did so in a way that violated people’s beliefs. Politics and warfare were used as methods of convincing others to follow the faith. Furthermore, cultural depictions…

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    The technology is becoming important in the future development of the financial industry especially, banking industry. Electronic banking channels are providing alternatives for faster delivery of banking services to the customers such as online banking. Electronic-banking is the latest delivery channel of banking services. Once banking institutions recognized the low processing cost per transaction via the internet, they began viewing online banking as an extension of the bank rather than as an…

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    Syrian Civil War Causes

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    Most people have heard the Syrian Civil War being discussed almost daily on practically every information outlet, but do they know what the specific causes which provoked this terrible crisis in the Middle East were? Since this is such a hot topic, it is essential to know the origins of the rebellious uprisings overseas which have threatened and seized countries, governments, and humans worldwide. There are many conflicting and complementary arguments that surround the true cause of the unrest…

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    The Sheik Analysis

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    and reveals that he is not in fact Arabian, but is instead of European descent (The Sheik). Enemy making is clearly central to the plot, as the Sheik kidnaps a woman that looks American for his own bidding, effectively establishing Arabs as an enemy to Americans, as dangerous people that will steal your women and threaten your way of life. Other imagery in the film further reinforces this, as in one particular scene women are being sold as wives/ slaves to Arabian men (The Sheik). This scene…

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    ‘Remember the Titans’ is about racial discrimination in a school environment, it is about a mixed race football team having to learn how to work together as a team and learn respect for each other. While ‘A Saudi Woman Dared to Drive’ by Al-Sharif is about sexual discrimination, the culture of Saudi Arabia is so used to women not driving. Women are being arrested for taking the wheel even though it is not against the law for them to drive. Both texts show how bias options are shown and can be…

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    Women in general have not been treated the way they are suppose to. They have been facing discrimination throughout the history everywhere. One of the main reasons why women in the middle east are treated poorly is because people do not see their rights as human rights and they separate women’s rights from the other rights. Women face discrimination in the Middle East more than anywhere else. Lack of education and the issues of poverty are some of the main reasons why women are treated that way.…

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    The Water Company in Saudi Arabia One of the biggest issue in Saudi society nowadays is that The Water company changed the price for water service which affected all customers who had late payment. The customers were obliged to pay the new charge. The CEO of the water company, Abdullah Alhoseen, said that it was the customers’ fault. However, a lot of customers who paid their bills on time, they found out that their new bills increased few times. For example, Mohammed who lived in Dammam…

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    Personal Statement I am applying for the Ph.D. program in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing and I will state the skills that I have and will make me a valuable candidate. Also, I will state how this program will help me to achieve my goals. After finishing my high school, I been admitted to one of the leading universities in the area, King Faisal University. I enrolled in the Diploma program and specialized in Marketing, and after graduating with high GPA; I received a…

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