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    and the civilization of the Mali (Constitution Rights Foundation, Ibn Battuata). He traveled a total of 75,000 miles. From Asia, North Africa, Middle East, Persia, India and the West Indies. His family consisted of scholars and judges who studied Sharia. The last stop of his journey was the Mali Empire. When he arrived, he disliked that the sexes weren’t segregated as this is what he was used to. Also, he was upset about the gifts he received during the visit.Ibn said people were spoken to with…

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    Pros And Cons Of Isis

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    GOALS OF ISIS ISIS’s goals are to destroy and demolish the U.S. thinking that it’s right by their religion. They are harsh animals, some people think that they think that they’re doing it because they think it’s right but they do it just have something to do. The video we watched last week, a young boy from ISIS said that he thought it was funny when a man was brutally murdered on live TV. The things they teach their children there is unbelievable and ridiculous. No child should want to kill…

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    was the founder of al-Qaeda, the organization that claimed responsibility for the September 11 attacks on the United States, along with numerous other mass-casualty attacks against civilian and military targets. He was a Saudi Arabian, a member of the wealthy bin Laden family, and an ethnic YemeniA major component of bin Laden's ideology was the concept that civilians from enemy countries, including women and children, were legitimate targets for jihadists to kill.[51][52] According to former…

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    followers of this faith have shown a pattern of liberality on economic subjects, while conservative on family values (“What Factors Shape Political Attitudes”). Other strong examples are in the Islamic faith, which include religious practice of Sharia Law which imposes harsh restrictions on women and sometimes violent punishments for the violation of this Islamic law (Hasan, “What Do Radical Islamists Actually Believe In?”). Religion can affect a person’s perspective on controversial topics…

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    1. List five personal details from the life of Muhammad. • Muhammad became an orphan after the death of his mother when he was six years old and was raised by his uncle starting from age eight. • In 594, Muhammad married Khadija bint Khawalayd, a wealth Meccan merchant that he was working for in his early twenties. • An angel named Gabriel that called him to prophethood around 610 approached Muhammad. • In 613, Muhammad began discussing his encounters with the angel to his tribe members. • On…

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    growing rapidly. (Hackett, 2017). The word ‘halal’ literally means permissible- and in translation it is usually used as lawful. (HFA, 2017). This means that for any food to be considered halal it must comply with the religious ritual and observance of Sharia law. It is well known in the meat trade that Muslims consume halal meat. However, at times questions are asked, what is halal? Now to make meat halal or permissible, The animal has to be alive and healthy, a Muslim has to perform the…

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    Western Media Stereotypes

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    The TV impacts the general population enormously; it influences their demeanors and conduct, and influences their psyches and accepts. The media faculty exploit this point the western individuals are unmindful about anything that identifies with Arabs and they simply know them from motion pictures and TV shows, and they for the most part are in the picture of fear based oppressor so they take of this point and speak to Arabs and Arab women’s (ladies) without concentrating on them or…

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    1. What is your reaction to Ansary's famous post 9-11 email? Use quotations from the email to explain. After the attack on the World Trade Center Tamim Ansary sent out an email. Which quickly spread like wildfire. Fueled by emotions he sent out an email discussing that his home Afghanistan was not part of the attack. Within three days of this email Tamim was receiving calls from news networks, because of it. When hearing of Tamim’s experiences as he witnessed and heard people saying that all…

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    Boko Haram Essay

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    I. So do you guys remember Kony2012? Bet you haven’t heard that name in a while. While noble in its goals, it had a major flaw. It oversimplified the issue and focused on the obvious eg killing kids is bad. That is a mistake I will strive not to make today while I am talking about the Nigerian Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram. II. A specific set of religious and economic factors allowed Boko Haram to develop from a semi-peaceful religious group to what it is today. III. I’ll first give you…

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    In the 1970’s and 1980’s Iran underwent a revolution that would change the policies of the entire nation. The monarchy lead by Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi wanted to modernize and westernize Iran, whereas Ayatollah Khomeini wanted to get back to the roots of Islamic customs. The clash of ideals resulted in a revolution in Iran that put the Islamic Republic into power. Thousands of men and women were imprisoned for their political beliefs. Everyday people had to worry about what they wore, what the…

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