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    Nuclear Iran Essay

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    Nuclear Iran Iran is one of the leading countries in the Middle East and the Muslim world. The controversial theocratic regime which has been leading the country since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, headed by Ali Khamenei, has been eager to develop and acquire nuclear weapons, despite scrutiny from the international community and the United States. Ever since the revolution took place and the new regime was established, sanctions were put in place against Iran. Even though over the years the country’s desire to acquire nuclear weapons has brought more sanctions, restrictions and worsen diplomatic relations with the world, Iran and its leaders did not give up and eventually managed to obtain them, according to intelligence reports. This act violates the Non-Proliferation Treaty of the UN and many consider it an act of aggression and provocation against the rest of the world. However, one must look beyond the conservativism of the…

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    father does not give money to my mother”(Jibeen 465). It 's like Pakistan is forgetting that Pakistani women are human too. They are also expected to provide for their household. But, how would it be reasonable to ask this of them if they aren’t even taught how to read. Thus the few educational opportunities that Pakistani women have are seriously hurting them, which would all be avoided if they were treated equally. Pakistan picks and chooses which rules they want to obey. “Pakistan was…

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    Miriam's Belonging

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    was more than 1,400 years old when it was destroyed in 2014, by the self-proclaimed Islamic State in order to induce place based violence and to displace Christians in Iraq (Almukhtar 2016)(Lee Myers 2016). This destruction is not limited to Christians; they also hope to destroy any other sense of belonging that challenges the Islamic State’s views. In 1743 one hundred and fifty Christian monks refused to convert to Islam, and they were consequently massacred at St. Elijah’s Monastery (Mendoza,…

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    Calligraphy In Islamic Culture

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    The fluidity of calligraphy symbolizes the "intertwining" of stability and change that exists in the mortal world (Nasr 28). Islamic calligraphy has the appearance of a never ending line; the letters are all connected to one another and the writing seems to be constantly moving (Piostrovsky 29). The continual movement of the line "is one of the ways of manifesting [Allah] to this world" (27) and "projects the concept of continuity, of endlessness, of pluriformity" (29). The symbolism of…

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    3.0 SWOT Analysis Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) has the biggest Islamic Banking in Malaysia. Thosemanagers have analyzed the external environment and the internal resources of the organisation, they will have the information they need to assess the organization’s strength, weaknesses, opportunity and threat. Such an assessment normally is referred to as a SWOT (sometimes called TOWS) analysis (Bateman and Snell, 2013). Strengths and weakness refer to internal resources. For example, an…

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    Effects Of Al Shabbab

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    State Instability in Somalia: Islamic Extremism & Insurgency “Historical Amnesia is a dangerous phenomenon, not only because it undermines moral and intellectual integrity, but also because it lays the groundwork for crimes that lie ahead.” Noam Chomsky It is nearly impossible to pick up a copy of the New York Times or The Washington Post or turn on CNN and not see scenes of the humanitarian crisis, gangs, piracy, insurgency, and civil war regarding the deteriorating…

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    The Al-Qaeda Organization

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    Al-Qaeda makes its name as a terrorist organization as well as a growing information network. The Soviet–Afghan War stated in a similar fashion to the US was in Vietnam and is sometimes mentioned as the Soviet Vietnam. The USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) along with many other world powers, to include the United States and The United Kingdom, had been making attempts to secure a foothold in the middle-east. The USSR had long been involved with the…

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    ISLAMIC TERRORISM Terrorism, “The unlawful use of – or threatened use of – force or violence against individuals or property to coerce or intimidate governments or societies, often to achieve political religious, or ideological objectives.” – U.S. Department of defense publication. Islamic terrorism has been an issue for years now. They have attacked more than 21 countries, causing more and more terror and becoming more powerful. They are willing to die since they don’t believe as other…

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    social learning theory, motivation is one of the most important element in terrorism. The use of social media by terrorism is one of the most common ways that their use to promote their message and methods. Based on Pantucci, “the internet provides a locus in which they can obtain radicalising material, training manuals and videos. It provides them with direct access to a community of like-minded individuals around the world with whom ther can connect and in some cases can provide them with…

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    Aq Attack Case Study

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    CHAPTER FOUR: AQ’S CURRENT PLANS AND THEATRES OF OPERATION This chapter explores the current plans of AQ. To this end, it argues that the organisation might be planning to use either AQ in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) or al Nusra to carry out a terror attack in the West. With the increased movement of youthful fighters from the West to Syria and Iraq, it is highly likely that these could be part of the AQ plan to launch an attack in the West. The chapter also explores the theatres of operation…

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