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    Jordan Basketball History

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    Nylan Brown Mixner November 3rd The Game The Game of Basketball, the game that is played all over the world and loved by majority people on this world. The Game has amazing stories behind its history, and also amazing people. Michael Jordan the 6 time NBA Champion, Kobe Bryant the 5 time NBA champion that is still working on his Sixth to be tied with the Great Jordan. These Two are just two of the best that has ever played the game. Do you know when The Game was created, and by who? In America basketball has traveled as a great sport to play in, now in the 21st century it is played by over 300 million people and teens and adult that play it daily is recreation basketball. Basketball came about in 1891 when a fellow minister whom is James…

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    Ancient Jordan History

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    Over 8,000 years ago in what is now present day Jordan, there lived Stone Age hunters. Around 8,000 BC the hunters began farming and living in organized villages. During the Bronze Age, they lived in fortified towns and soon trade routes began to pass through Jordan because of its proximity to two booming trade routes that ran through Egypt and Iraq. Jordan also shares borders with Israel, Syria, and Saudi Arabia. After 1500 BC Jordan divided into organized kingdoms of which included the three…

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    However, few studies discuss the organisational agility in Jordan. For example: one of the studies focused on the role of agility and knowledge sharing on competitive advantage, investigation in manufacturing companies in Jordan (Almahamid, 2008), another example is Bataineh et al., (2015) in which a study of the role of Information Technology capabilities in capitalizing market agility in Jordanian Telecommunications Sector. The real drivers and challenges for organisational agility were not…

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    Gluck, Caroline. "Syrian Refugee Influx Adding to Jordan 's Water Worries."Oxfam Policy and Practice. N.p., 11 Apr. 2013. Web. 18 Sept. 2016. North of Jordan’s urban city areas lies the Mafraq farms which are filled with growing vegetables and olive trees. The farm also acquires one of the largest water producing wells in the Jordanian valley. However, the area is currently facing several water disparities due to the increasing number of Syrian refugees migrating into the region. Approximately…

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    Jerico Meaning

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    JERICO is a name derives from different origin with different meaning To make my very good name is my mother because of her idol jericho rosales and to say something different. Jerico name in Hebrew, Yeriẖo, is generally thought to derive from the Canaanite word Reaẖ ("fragrant"), but other theories hold that it originates in the Canaanite word for "moon" (Yareaẖ) or the name of the lunar deity Yarikh for whom the city was an early centre of worship.Behind the Name: Meaning, origin and history…

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    Syria Research Paper

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    the absolute location is 33.5000oN, 36.3000oE. Syria is borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea on the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq on the east and Jordan to the south. The population of Syria today is 22,087,048. Syria considers their government to be a republic government. Their government consists of an executive, legislative, and judicial branch. When leaders are getting elected, the president is elected by the popular vote, then the president appoints the prime minister. Syria has…

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    The article “Problematizing a Palestinian Diaspora” by Juliet Peteet, outlines the origins and development of the Palestinian Diaspora during the post-colonial period in the Middle East as one of the most unresolved and controversial conflicts in human history. The year 1948 marks the beginning of the Palestinian al-ghurba (exile) as well as the establishment of the Jewish state of Israel. The founding of the new state is often described as Al-Nakba, meaning “the catastrophe or disaster”,…

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    Al-Nakba Research Paper

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    Currently Hamas is recognized as a terrorist group by the European Union and the U.S. Let’s dig into the history of HAMAS to find its original founders. The main leaders were Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, after him came Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi and Mahmoud Zahar. Sheikh Ahmed Yassin was the main founder of Hamas after he was forced out of his city to live in a camp in Gaza. After he suffered his injury in the spinal cord, he founded Hamas to fight against the Israeli occupation. He was assassinated by an…

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    countries. Many people who follow current events are aware of the civil wars in Syria and Yemen or have a general idea of what’s going on, as it is all over TV and internet. When people grew tired of their failing dictators they began protest. Peaceful protesting soon became violent when government officials attempted to suppress it. This eventually led to a full scale civil war. Two years into the war, it became an international issue when countries such as the U.S. and Russia began taking…

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    In "The Nakba: The Palestinian Catastrophe of 1948," by Lost Islamic History, Palestinians consider the formation of Israel a catastrophe because it was built on the land owned by Palestinians. Also because Israel and Palestinians had different ideologies, it was harder for them to tolerate each other especially since they were so close. Another reason is because Israel organized groups to forcefully take the homes and belongings of Palestinians, leaving them miserable and homeless. Around the…

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