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    of Languages in the Maghreb Language is regarded as the most basic means of expression across every culture and has continued to have significant impacts throughout history. Language precedes art as the most basic means of expression since it consists of unique personality, which is a reflection of the individual that speak it. Language basically solidifies the figurative thought processes and conveys information, aspirations, values, and beliefs. Cultures use language to transmit their views to the world and convey their distinctive images. Despite being the most basic means of expression, language has usually been affected by history and culture. In Maghreb, language was not only used a means of expression but was also…

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    Colonial Madness: Psychiatry in French North Africa explores French colonization in the Maghreb region of North Africa, specifically: Tunis, Morocco, and Algeria. The book, unlike many of the others that we have read so far in class, focuses almost exclusively on the viewpoint of the controlling colonial power, rather than on the indigenous persons being ruled. Stripped of cultural context, these chapters provided a striking contrast to the narrative presented in the book Medicine and the…

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    3.4.7 Having lunch As soon as a Muslim has performed Dohar prayer, he can do his lunch. 3.4.8 Performing Asar prayer The third prayer of the day; Asar is a particularly important phase of the perfect every day routine of a Muslim. 3.4.9 Performing Maghreb prayer In a little while after Asar time comes the phase for Maghreb supplications. When it is time for Maghreb prayers, a devoted Muslim get himself prepare and perform Maghreb supplications 3.4.10 Performing Isha prayer Offering Isha…

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    Accordingly, the EU report indicated that there is no doubt that North Africa remains a critical area for radical Islam’s (Salafi jihadism) expansion, which affects each North African country both idiosyncratically and transnationally. Yet, close scrutiny of AQIM’s foothold in the Sahara and Sahel region fails to convey a sense of urgency and critical threat, let alone of an incipient offensive posture or projection capability emerging from an autonomous operational basis in the Sahel (…

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    Morocco Stereotypes

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    that they know everything about life and they have many experiences. Also, they love calm and hate nonserious people. Even other religions and countries didn’t run away from Moroccan stereotypes, Jews are stereotyped as greedy, this attitude has a historical explanation in the middle ages. They are also said to be dishonest, in addition, many people believe that Jews has too much power in the business world and that they always use shady practices to get what they want. French people are…

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    Ccr Case Study

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    expanded its regional footprint by setting up regional offices in Douala, Cameroon; Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; and a fully licensed subsidiary in Nairobi, Kenya. The Head Office in Lagos also serves as the Regional Office for Lagos and covers business activities in the Anglophone West African countries. The Regional office in Douala covers all Francophone denominated businesses in Central Africa while the regional office in Abidjan covers all Francophone West African and some North African…

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    For some, the Arab spring (whether is understood to be successfully or not) certainly represent the turning point in relations in the Middle East. A hundred years since the creation of borders between the countries of the Levant, the Maghreb and the Middle East, there was their collapse. When one mentions the Middle East, it is seen as a huge area where ancient civilizations were, some of the oldest cities in the world, but also the young states of today. A hundred years after rendering the…

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    people that is dominated, unprivileged and reduced to political silence.” Ever since the attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo in January of 2015, France has deemed itself incompatible with immigrants, particularly those who identify as Muslim or come from North Africa or the Middle East. Since the start of 2015 there have been more than 11 large-scale attacks affiliated with ISIS, causing greater cultural rifts and xenophobia in French communities. The millions of Muslim French-born…

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    The Al Qaeda Effect

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    These four main networks are; Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Al-Shabab, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, and Jabhat al-Nusra. All four of the affiliates have different agendas. Al Shabab intends to gain control of Somalia, while AQIM’s agenda is to overthrow the Algerian government and institute an Islamic state. Jabhat al-Nusra’s intention was to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. Although the analysts may agree on the four different affiliates, they do not agree on the categorization…

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    extremist that have an established presence in the area between North and West Africa. This research paper will focus on one of Africa’s most active terrorist groups, Boko Haram, and seeks to provide a better understanding of the way that terrorist group in Africa justify their actions, the underlying causes of terrorism, the issue of domestic versus transnational terrorism, the objectives and priorities of the terrorist organization, the organization capacities, their mode of operational…

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