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    Shahad Alotaibi is a fifteen-year-old, 9th grade student, who attends Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees, New Jersey. Shahad is originally from Saudi Arabia; she moved here with her family in 2015. Her father is a marine who moved his family to the United States so that he could continue his career in the marines. Her father works in Philadelphia, but he did not want his children to live or attend school in Philadelphia due to the crime rate; Shahad’s father preferred to send his children…

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    degree; so they had jobs with low wages and do not include access to health insurance. At least, they were able to work eventhough some of them were women. In some countries, only small number of women were able to go to work ,such as Saudi Arabia, Iran,… In Saudi Arabia, only 18% of women are part of workforce. America’s greatest attributes are education. America provides a very high quality of…

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    Persian Gulf Case Study

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    Our first decision was in response to Iran smuggling automatic rifles and hand held rocket launchers in Saudi Arabia to aid Saudi rebels. The Joint Chief of Staff recommended a higher military presence. As a result, the President ordered 120 special ops to move secretly and strategically into Dhahran to counter the influx of light arms. The next decision was in response to an attack on Saudi Arabia’s North Eastern base. Despite little information on the attack, the President and Joint Chief of…

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    from their parents which leads children to being more productive members of society. Also, it is the woman’s job to be a nurturer, so therefore women should leave all financial needs up to men. Some may also object to women working because in the Saudi Arabian society it will not be possible for women to balance long work hours due to the work that may be…

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    Public Shaming is one of the harshest and cruelest way of punishment. But, it is also a great way to show an individual a lesson of being embarrassed so much by the public for what the individual has committed or has done as a crime. So, that particular in the hope that shaming the individual so much will convince the person not to do the crime anymore. There are many different ways to punish an individual. But, many individuals may feel that this is the best way to punish and teach the…

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    Essay On Mexican Culture

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    beliefs from the rest and that is what makes every culture different and unique. In Saudi Arabia women have different behaviors and values than a woman who are born in the United States. In a place where Islam is heavily practice, woman are expected to be covered up from head to toe, it symbolizes respect and their religion. Also, woman and men are…

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    Introduction A short history of the ascent (and fall) of oil costs This wasn 't generally the case. Somewhere around 2010 and 2014, as should be obvious above, oil interest was taking off the world over, as nations recuperated from the budgetary emergency however worldwide generation was attempting to keep up. Numerous more seasoned oil fields were stagnating. Clashes in spots like Libya and Iraq were limiting supply. Nations needed to draw down their stockpiles, and costs took off to around…

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    Military Strategy Analysis

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    committed to enhancing interoperability, and improving self-defense capabilities of NATO allies and partners. Third, the NMS stated that the United States military will be dedicated to assisting vital Middle East allies and partners such Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, and United Arab Emirates increase their self-defense capabilities and secure the region. Fourth, the NMS stated that the United States military will assist in strengthening institutions across the African…

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    Saudi Arabia Stability

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    Saudi Arabia, the Key to Middle East Stability The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s role as the key to Middle East stability is becoming more important in the current world climate, more specifically the United States Central Command Area of Operations. General regional instability of the Middle East, religious conflicts, and Iranian hegemonic intentions add to obstacles for Saudi Arabia to overcome. These issues also undermine United States’ interests to bring peace to the region. Saudi…

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    Blasphemy Law In Pakistan

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    “Blasphemy is the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence to (a) God(s), to religious or holy persons or sacred things, or toward something considered sacred or inviolable” This is morally wrong and is legally punishable under blasphemy laws. However due to the non-uniformity of their application, limitations on basic Human rights like freedom of thought, conscience and freedom of expression, blasphemy law has had a longstanding contentious history. There has been a great…

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