History of Pakistan

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  • Slayden Hayes Psychological Effects

    Slayden Hayes expresses that Islamic fundamentalists continued to oppose the government. With help from the United States, camps were set up in order to provide the proper training on how to use the mass of large weaponry they also received. They saw themselves fighting in a "Holy War" and the Arabs joined in to try to help them out and hopefully defeat the Soviet Union (33). The people who most opposed the form of government chosen by the Soviets did have some help from outside groups and…

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  • I Am Malala By Christina Lamb: A Critical Analysis

    British journalist should be read not only for its drama but for the message of girls’ education. Malala Yousafzai, a Pashtun girl from Swat valley, born to an illiterate mother, brought up in her father’s school and read Stephen Hawkings “A Brief History of Time” by the age of eleven. The story begins with the father of Malala, Ziauddin Yousafzai who was filled with deep love for learning from his boyhood days. Ziauddin’s dream was to establish a school where the students could learn to their…

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  • Social Conflict: The Conflict Between Rohingya And Myanmar

    Introduction Rohingya people, one of the world most persecuted minorities. It is a minority race which is mostly Muslim that live in Myanmar, a country that its main religion is Buddhism. The conflict between the Rohingya and Myanmar has been occurred for a long time, which can be traced back to the 20th century during the time period of World War II. The Rohingya people have been living in Myanmar as early as 12th century according to historians and the Rohingya people. The amount of Rohingya…

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  • The Importance Of Pakistan In Pakistan

    sacrificed for this piece of land, Pakistan is country for which my ancestors have sacrificed their lives, happiness and even their property. This country is not a piece of a land for me it is my identity, when your ancestors gave their life, property, money and even their happiness then this country just not remains a piece of land but actually it is a name for our emotions . I love Pakistan and I want to highlight this point that a human cannot love a piece of land, a human cannot give his…

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  • Quit India Movement Case Study

    1937-1942 POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT Introduction:- We can not point out a specific day, event, year or an entire era in which the war for independence and freedom was started. The history of sub-continent is filled with these events in which sometimes Muslims took charge over Hindus or sometime Hindus were in a favorable spot but after the British rule, there were many variations, sometimes Hindus and Muslims joined hands with each other like in “Khilafat Movement” in order to get freedom from the…

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  • The Role Of India's External Security In India

    Association for Regional Cooperation leaders to his swearing-in ceremony . India is now showing global self-confidence, through strengthened defence ties with the US and Europe, and has for the first time in a generation, opened direct dialogue with Pakistan. However, despite improving relations with India’s neighbours, Modi struggles in Kashmir due to superficially religious but more likely geopolitical issues. As the balance of power in South Asia shifts towards…

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  • Chapter 21, Dignitaries, Questions And Answers

    1. Chapter 21: Dignitaries have many reasons for becoming involved dramatic events to reassure the public that the government is still in control that leadership is in command of the situation and will ensure the situation is under control and will be taken care of or appropriate actions will be taken to correct the situation, such as President Bush’s appearance at Ground Zero following 9/11. It offered direct emotional and moral support to the workers at ground zero. Often it can be for…

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  • United States: A Comparison Of Pakistan Vs. America

    between Pakistan and America. Instantly through a brief search, they would discover the luscious blue skies of America compared to the polluted, dark hazy sky of Pakistan. However, despite the differences in imagery, these countries are far more different than it seems. Most notably, Pakistan and America differ in their educational, environment setting, and governmental principles. The first difference between Pakistan and America is the violence presented during education. In pakistan, the…

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  • Book Report On Under The Persimmon Tree By Suzanne Staples

    supplies. This is what happens in the book Under The Persimmon Tree by Suzanne Fisher Staples and also this is whats going on in Afghanistan. In the book, Najmah faces many problems with the Taliban on her journey from Kunduz, Afghanistan to Peshawar, Pakistan. Before she even goes on her trip the Taliban stops at her house and kidnaps her father, Baba-Jan and her brother, Nur to go fight in the Taliban. Najmahs Mother and baby brother Habib died from a bomb when Najmah was gone so Najmah was…

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  • What Is The Problem Of Income Inequality

    Throughout the world, there are different nations that face major issues in terms of income distribution throughout the country. Specifically, India has been plagued with a severe wage gap between the urban and rural sector of the nation. There is a variety of factors that play a role in a lack of income distribution; but what is most important is the fact that it displays a troubling economy and proves that while a nation may appear wealthy, the standard of living for the majority may be…

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