Bilal Philips

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  • Deportation Case Study

    on the underlying premise that sovereignty entails a responsibility to protect all populations from mass atrocity crimes and human rights violations. The principle is based on a respect for the norms and principles of international law, especially the underlying principles of law relating to sovereignty, peace and security, human rights, and armed conflict. In this case, when Kenya arrested and arraigned the foreigners on the basis of cyber-crime, it was complying with this principle. DENNIS BRADLEY PHILIPS’ CASE Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips, born Dennis Bradley Philips, is a Canadian Muslim teacher, speaker, and author who lives in Qatar. He appears on Peace TV, which is a 24-hour Islamic satellite TV channel. He considers himself a Salafi(a member of a strictly orthodox Sunni Muslim sect advocating a return to the early Islam of the Koran and Sunna.) who advocates a traditional, literal form of Islam. In 2012, Philips was banned from entering Kenya over possible terror links. Philips was named by the US government as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. MAZEN NAJJAR’S CASE Mazen Al-Najjar – accused of being part of PIJ (Palestinian Islamic Jihad) leadership, he was also the editor of WISE (World and Islam Enterprise) 's journal, Qira 'aat Siyasiyyah (Political Readings). He attended numerous conferences where terror fundraising was discussed. He also committed a series of immigration violations, from a simple overstay of his student 's visa to…

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  • Miracle Run Movie Analysis

    the boys. Corrine was told by doctors that boys developed slower than girls. She was also told that twins developed their own language. The movie started out with the boys being children and ended when they were in high school. They did not have any form of verbal communication as children. One of the boys, Philip did however, repeat everything that he heard others say. They did not have any social interactions while at school or their home. They…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Portal Fantasy

    Portals in literature have made it possible to enter many magical or fantastical lands. Indeed, there are many different places in the world of literature that we on solid Earth have been able to explore. Not by ourselves, but accompanied by one or more fictional characters and their adventures shared through the written word. Using the literary works of: “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by Frank Baum, “His Dark Materials: The Subtle Knife” by Philip Pullman,…

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  • The Fall Of The House Of Usher Book And Book Analysis

    “There was an iciness, a sinking, a sickening of the heart.”(page 1, paragraph 1) The narrator felt these sickening feelings of fear and disgust but knew not why he felt them, he said he doesn’t know what makes him feel so “unnerved” about the house. “ What was it that so unnerved me about the contemplation of the house.” In contrast, the movie version of the story displays a man, a man who is now not unknown within the storyline. He is the main character of the movie, and he goes by the name of…

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  • An Analysis Of Shakespeare's 'Sonnet XVIII'

    In London was where Shakespeare got his beginning. By the 1590’s Shakespeare was managing an acting company in London. It was called The Lord Chamberlain’s men. While managing this company it became very popular, also Shakespeare began publishing and selling his work. By 1597 he had fifteen plays published and by 1599 Shakespeare and a few business built their own theater on the bank of the Thames River. They later named it The Globe (“Prezi 3”). Some of Shakespeare’s earlier plays include…

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  • Importance Of Satire In Shakespeare's King Lear

    The conglomeration of people that believe that King Lear is the product of the combining of stolen works base their argument on several key works: The True Chronicle History of the life and death of King Leir and his three Daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordella, whose author remains anonymous; Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidney; and the true story of Sir Brian Annesley. Many people believe that the stories of Goneril, Regan, Cordelia, Kent, and Lear came from “The True Chronicle History of the life…

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  • The Lucifer Effect Summary

    The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil is written by Philip Zimbardo, Ph.D and published in 2007. He is professionally known as a psychologist and a professor at Stanford University as well as the founder and president of the Heroic Imagination Project. He graduated summa cum laude from Brooklyn College with a triple major in psychology, sociology, and anthropology in 1954. Then he attended Yale University where he received his Master’s degree and Doctorate in psychology.…

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  • Comparing Poetry

    Comparing Poetry by William Shakespeare and Phillip Sidney William Shakespeare and Phillip Sidney’s sonnets (specifically, 130 for Shakespeare and 7 for Sidney) do similar things like comparing women to things in nature, but they come up with different conclusions in the end. For example, one could say that Shakespeare compares the woman in his poem to nature in order to prove that it isn’t necessary to be similar nature to make her beautiful and rare. Then, Sidney compares his lady, Stella, to…

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  • Mr Sheridan Interview

    (based on his UK experience)Personal Presentation and Style In our meeting, I found Mr Sheridan to have a mature, professional, positive and someone ‘upbeat’ personal style. He is friendly and engaging. At the same time, he appears to be an intelligent person who is constantly assessing the dynamics of the communication, as well as the content of the material. I would expect Mr Sheridan to be a perceptive and intelligent negotiator in a commercial situation. And to be a cooperative and…

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  • 'Morality In Ian Parker's Obedience'

    Parker begins his article by telling the reader about Milgram’s “evil” study and how Milgram was unprepared for what happened post study. After Milgram finished his study, he didn’t know how to put the experiment into words, therefore causing a controversy over morality. Parker leads the story by adding his opinion of Milgram, and how unethical he was towards the volunteers that would later have mental break downs. As Parker added more of his opinion, he had to incorporate other opinions to get…

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