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    Personalities and Speaks I am Mohammed Alrefaei from Saudi Arabia, I was born in March 26, 1994, I am talkative and bold most of the time. In Saudi Arabia people respect who is talkative and have bold personality. It’s part of our culture, that people know my personality by my way of speaking to them. As I am known in Saudi Arabia that I have a strong personality because of my way of speaking Arabic. I didn’t know that my personality will change in different language. Communication is so…

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    Saudi Arabia

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    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a force to be reckoned with. With its fighting force comparable to the best and largest, it grows and advances simultaneously with the manpower. Resemblances between the United States and Saudi Arabia have helped reshape its mission of war and peace, monarchial government, and a more energy efficient environment. Saudi Arabia’s military fighting force is quite similar to the United States of America. Since the 1950s “The United States has explicitly vowed to help…

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    Syrian Crisis Analysis

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    fluctuation of the oil prices due to the instability in the Middle East. "Syria crisis: Where key countries stand." BBC News . BBC News, 30 Oct. 2015. Web. 25 Apr. 2016. This article is a brief summary of the countries’ like the U.S, Russia, Turkey, and Saudi Arabis stands on the Syrian crisis. This article is informing the reader about political and economical connection of these countries and Syria. The main goal of this article is to clarify the stands of the countries that are playing…

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    Texas Oil Boom

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    The discovery of oil in Texas created a very large social impact. Men in Texas became very rich; in fact Texas was the richest state in the country! The discovery of oil also made a tremendous impact on education and racial issues. Lastly the oil boom created many jobs outside of the industry. Universities in Texas such as, Texas A&M and Texas University became very wealthy courtesy to the oil boom. The University of Texas acquired 2,000,000 acres of land in 1883. They received this land in a…

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    Lives and millions of dollars are also the cost of fossil fuels in the Middle East. Terrorist groups such as ISIS thrive on the world's dependency for oil. ISIS stands for Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. They are an extremist military group under corrupted Shar'ah law and the Shi'ah Islamic sect. They control 2/3rd of Syria's petroleum pockets. Using this oil, they act as a broker to small and privately owned refineries. The US has bombed the majority of these refineries, but they continue to…

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    External Factors Additional factors influencing Noble Energy’s financial performance are external forces, such as supply and demand, environmental regulations, political events, competition and the economy. These forces have a profound influence on the financial prosperity of the organization. One of the most fundamental external factors of Noble Energy is supply and demand. Due to the cost and time commitment of oil acquisition, Noble Energy cannot easily adjust to supply and demand changes,…

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    Offshore drilling, this is something that helps and hinders many people, companies, and countries. The process of offshore drilling takes lots of energy, time, and money. It is a process where a rig or boat drills a hole through the ground till the rig hits oil or the desired product that’s being drilled. There is domestic and foreign drilling that produces oil for our companies, domestic drilling saves America millions of dollars. (Offshore Drilling)Sometimes America can’t provide the major…

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    Fences Cory Maxson

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    Cory’s situation because I was a talented soccer player myself back in Saudi Arabia and was dreaming about a possible professional career. I was hopeful, especially after I got a scholarship to go to an Italian high school to study and also be part of the school soccer team. But my father refused to sign the papers for me to go and even forbad me to continue playing soccer in Saudi Arabia. He wanted me to continue study in Saudi Arabia then attend the University there and help him with the…

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    troops were established in Saudi Arabia during the new conflict, the Gulf War. After the victory of the Afghan mujahideen and the United States that drove the Soviets out of Afghanistan, this new conflict arose. When the Iraq-Iran war concluded, Iraq invaded Kuwait after Iraq refused to pay their debts. In an economic territorial context, this was a threat to the neighboring country Saudi Arabia (Freedman & Karsh, 1995). If Sudan Hussein could gain control of both Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, he…

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    Have you ever wondered about Arabia’s most common religion and its biggest prophet? Arabia’s most common religion is Islam. Muslims are people who follow the Islamic faith. Islam is a monotheistic religion. Monotheism is the belief in one God. Allah is the Islamic God. Muslims have to follow the five pillars of Islam. The five pillars of Islam are Shahadah, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, and Hajj. Shahadah is the profession of faith that expresses Islamic beliefs. Salat are the daily prayers that Muslims…

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