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    faculty argue students need to be exposed to matter and ideas that are disturbing in order to be well rounded. Jennifer Medina, in “Careful: The Literary Canon Could Make Students Squirm”…

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    him and things got dangerous. Since things were getting dangerous Muhammad fled to Yathrib. Yathrib became known as Madinat al-Nabi (the City of the Prophet) which they called Medina. While Muhammad was in Medina, he was their teacher, judge, arbitrator, adviser, consoler, and father figure (Haleem xii). The people of Medina hoped Muhammad would be a good arbitrator for their warring tribes, as he was. Muslims were denied the right to enter Mecca. The Treaty of Al-Hudaybiya was made, which…

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    Zacatecas Research Paper

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    The state of Zacatecas, located in the north-central portion of the Mexican Republic, is a land rich in cultural, religious, and historical significance. With a total of 75,040 square kilometers, Zacatecas is Mexico's eighth largest state and occupies 3% of the total surface of the country. With a population of 1,441,734 inhabitants, Zacatecas depends upon cattle raising, agriculture, mining, communications, food processing, tourism, and transportation for its livelihood. Although much of…

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    father. My dad was born in Columbus, Ohio. His birthdate is April 24, 1975. The parents’ names are Gary and Gay Hendricks. The siblings are Kimberly, Jamie and Bethany. My dad has lived in Columbus, Medina and Bowling Green, Ohio. Ben has attended Sidney Fenn Elementary, Medina Junior High School, Medina Senior High School and Bowling Green State University. My dad has brown hair, brown eyes, brown/red goatee, short narrow fingers and a sense of style. Ben said that his most exciting part of…

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    showing and capturing all the effects that stress has on our bodies and the effects of stress long term physically and mentally. Pages 64-65 demonstrated both the physical effects, the immune system, and mental effects, memory and problem solving. How Medina writes about stress’s effects on people I found to be accurate and a good warning to people who are constantly stressed. In my personal life, stress has had a major impact. I stress over school, work, family, exercise, and things I cannot…

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    narrate a hadith while walking. Instead, when asked about a hadith, he would stop, sit down, and give the hadith the attention it deserved, out of respect for Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. This type of extra respect and meticulousness out of respect for Prophet Muhammad ﷺcertainly is not mandatory according to Islamic law, but simply a sign of the emphasis Imam Malik placed on the importance of Muhammad ﷺ. Among Imam Malik’s sayings are: 1. “The Sunnah is the ark of Nuh. Whoever boards it is saved, and…

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    is able to clearly show how much the community turned to Muhammad as a leader. The reverence seen in the eyes of the people as they look towards Muhammad displays their feelings of unequivocal trust in regards to Muhammad. As Muhammad first enters Medina, the entire city gathers to celebrate his arrival. Walking through the crowd on a camel, the audience is given a glimpse of the countless faces all looking towards Muhammad as a beacon of hope, a promise for a better life. Muhammad is the…

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    According to The Quran, Islam means to submit to The Will of The One and Only God (Allah). This submission should come from within, from sound belief in and conviction to Allah, with any doubt. It should also come from love and trust. Allah according to the Quran is not a special God but the God of Adam, Noah, Moses, and Jesus. Muslims believe in “Tawheed” the oneness of God in which many Muslims believe that Allah does not share this divinity or his rule. Muslims also believe that Allah (God)…

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    Deir El Medin An Analysis

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    architecture and complex customs. The Egyptian Empire truly was a hallmark in human history, but it is surprising to most people that unlike other ancient civilizations, many Egyptian people were literate. This can be seen in the poetry of Deir el Medina. These poems reveal the mentality of the village’s children, towards love, marriage, and their overwhelming obedience to their parents. In many ancient civilizations, arranged marriages are often the norm. Still, it is known that humans would…

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    Surah 2 Verse 30-34

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    Middle East. Since Mecca was a city who worshipped many gods and was polytheistic area, it went against Muhammad’s new monotheistic religion. Meccan merchants threatened to kill Muhammad, and drove him out of the city. Him and his wife fled to Medina. Medina was a city that had a large Jewish population in it. The Jews hear Muhammad’s call for help and asking the Jews to practice Allah’s words. Many of them do, and Muhammad’s Umma increases in size. Surah 2 is described as coming from “Medinan…

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