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    together as a team and learn respect for each other. While ‘A Saudi Woman Dared to Drive’ by Al-Sharif is about sexual discrimination, the culture of Saudi Arabia is so used to women not driving. Women are being arrested for taking the wheel even though it is not against the law for them to drive. Both texts show how bias options are shown and can be overcome, however, ‘Remember the Titans’ shows it in a third person view of the teams story.‘A Saudi Woman Who Dared to Drive’ told by Al-Sharif…

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    Women in general have not been treated the way they are suppose to. They have been facing discrimination throughout the history everywhere. One of the main reasons why women in the middle east are treated poorly is because people do not see their rights as human rights and they separate women’s rights from the other rights. Women face discrimination in the Middle East more than anywhere else. Lack of education and the issues of poverty are some of the main reasons why women are treated that way.…

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    had mobilized forces along the Kuwaiti-Saudi Arabian border. Led by the United States, NATO and Arab nation allies had launched Operation Desert Shield to safeguard Saudi Arabia from Iraqi forces. When other nations had observed Iraq further operations near the border, allies collectively had seen that their economic interests were at risk, leading them to using military force. Moreover, this was not an operation to protect Kuwait but a mission to defend Saudi Arabia from Iraqi forces.…

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    technical assistance. The major donors are: The United States: $72 per person Japan: $60 per person Spain: $14 per person New Zeeland: $76 per person Greece: $45 per person Portugal: $ 45 per person Norway: $780 per person Luxemburg: over $800 per person Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates: $ 2 billion each The knowledge problems in foreign aid consist…

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    Arab Oil Embargo

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    Keefer 34). In fact, there were already divides among Arab nations during the OAPEC discussions on production cuts because Saudi Arabia, contrary to many other countries, was hesitant to adopt a complete embargo against the United States (Alnasrawi 90-92). However, on October 19, 1973, after President Nixon asked Congress for 2.2 billion dollars for military aid to Israel, even Saudi Arabia was angered and allowed OAPEC enacted a complete oil embargo against the United States and other…

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    beginning of 1930, since the United States is the original one who starts to produce oil. Saudi Arabia became the primary producer of oil since they discovered. Saudi Arabia now is number one producer oil since back in 1960 until today, United States one of the biggest supporters to Saudi Arabia to get more to produce oil to the world. United states controls the oil price through Saudi Arabia in addition USA help saudi Arabia to stay number one and produce more oil to help the country. However,…

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    Problems with the Middle East “Probably, no nation is rich enough to pay for both war and civilization. We must make our choice; we cannot have both”, civilian Abraham Flexner stated. Over millions of innocent and guilty lives were taken during the conflicts occurring in the Middle East. The problems in the Middle East have not only affected the civilians of the region, but also has affected the lives of people around the world and has called for involvement from other countries. The major…

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    Essay On Osama Bin Laden

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    activity with Saudi Arabia during the Persian Gulf war. Bin Laden started to speak out against his country 's leaders and that Saudi Arabia doesn’t need America 's troops.2 The country tried to silence him many times but all attempts failed, in 1991 the Saudis banished him. Little did they know that after banishing him Osama would be creating his own secret group, formally know as “al…

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    The ATT is a very modern treaty that outlines the legalities of arms trade amongst its state parties. Yet there are some controversial points that are written into the treaty. In Article VII, paragraph seven, focusing on the assessment and authorisation of exports from a state party. It states that “If, after an authorization has been granted, an exporting State Party becomes aware of new relevant information, it is encouraged to reassess the authorization” (Arms Trade Treaty, 2013). This is…

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    Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore Introduction: Pearl Continental Hotel is a hotel chain in Pakistan. It is owned and operated by Hashoo Group, which also owns Hotel One, a chain of budget hotels as well as Marriott Hotels in Islamabad and Karachi. When Hashoo Group acquired Pakistan Services Limited in 1958 it changed its name to Pearl Continental Hotel. It has properties in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Gwadar, Muzaffarabad and Bhurban. The Pearl Continental has honored of…

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