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    Maalouf gives the example of Saladin, who conquered the Crusaders and took the Holy City. Unlike the Franj leadership, Saladin never killed soldiers he captured. Instead, he asked for ransom for him to release them, an act that shows how merciful the Arab leadership was. This is also an evidence that Crusader leadership did not care about peace. Saladin acted in kind in order to avoid further bloodshed. In fact, he respected the churches…

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    their love of Christ”. This is showing religious devotion by the way the Christians handled others mistreating their faith. In document four by Islamic leader Saladin he expresses faith in the way of a speech. This speech illustrates that the enemy was controlling Jerusalem and God was not receiving anything in return. It is quoted by Saladin that “If God blesses us by enabling us to drive his enemies out of…

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    documentary called Islam: Empire of Faith. The main subject of the documentary was explaining the Islamic religion and culture. This documentary also described the faith of Islam and the ways it affected people including Muslims, Christians, Muhammad, Saladin, Mehmet,and Suleyman. Also it discussed innovations such as water purification, irrigation, soap, cameras, etc. This documentary was very informational, but in my opinion is was very boring, even though it was boring it did give me more…

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    Islam: Empire of Faith In the movie Islam: Empire of Faith, we learned about the Muslims and more about the Islamic faith. We learned that the profit for this particular faith was Muhammad. The God that they all worship, the name is Allah. We learned that they surrender themselves to God. The 'Bible' for this religion is the Koran. The part I liked the best was the learning about their way of life and how they dealt with problems and what problems they had, like war, lack of water, etc. The…

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    that he has been losing a great amount of body fluid, and therefore result in dehydration, which could lead to low BP. His cold and pale skin may also resulted from poor peripheral perfusion. Low BP leads to decreased cerebral perfusion pressure (Saladin, Sullivan & Gan 2015), which could contribute to Mr. Brown’s dizziness, lightheaded or…

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    The crusades is a sequences of revolutionary actions that started back in the eleventh century going through in the late thirteen century. In general the crusades was basically about a mixture between religious awareness and military initiatives. In Europe the Christians were impatient to take back Jerusalem which is known as their holy land. The church had the power to Knights, Chiefs and even Popes that were impatient to transfer their religion to other nations. The Islamic militaries were…

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    cells. It is a steroid which is made mostly in the liver. The body internally makes approximately 85% of the body's total cholesterol while only 15% comes from diet.(Saladin 66) However, what is interesting to note is while some dietary" food products are advertised as "cholesterol free" they may be high in saturated fats".(Saladin 66). This will cause the body to be stimulated to internally produce more cholesterol. Cholesterol is needed by the body in many ways. It is used to synthesize…

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    but lost all of the crusades after they were defeated in 3rd crusade. Christian forces were defeated and surrendered themselves to the forces of Saladin in the battle at the Horns of Hittin. Christian were led by the Frederick I of – of Roman Germany, Richard I of England, Phillip II of France and Muslim were led by Imad al-din Zangi , Nur al-din and Saladin. Christian forces wanted all the lost land back, avenges losses in pervious battle and defeat Turks. After they were defeated, they lost…

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    Reflection Paper Kayla Brock November 20, 2016 American Public University Course Summary There was much to learn in this course and I enjoyed taking it. This class covered many things and focused on many of the intricacies involved in environmental economics. I now have a better understanding of willingness to pay (WTP), cost-benefit analysis, pluralistic values, managing renewable resources, and comparing the prisoner 's dilemma to environmental issues. I think the material I…

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    Skeletal muscle allows the body to carry out exercise through movement of the body parts. “Skeletal muscle is defined as voluntary striated muscle that is attached to one or more bones.” (Saladin, 2008, p 266) Without this type of muscle the body would not be able to perform exercise of any type. “Nutritional blood flow through the active skeletal muscles rises by 10-20-fold from its resting value of 2-5ml/min/100g.” (Clifford and Hellsten…

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