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    The Pros And Cons Of ISIS

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    One of the most controversial topics in the United States recently has been the terrorist group ISIS. ISIS originates from the middle East and currently occupies parts of Iraq and Syria. They are a very dangerous group that is focused on instilling fear into others by using violence to gain territory and spread their “religion.” In reality, ISIS shows and praises values that are not following the laws of Islam, which they claim to associate with. ISIS has spread fear all around the world,…

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    Non-Sharia Law

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    In regard to different cultures, the view of Nora would be different. In certain Muslim countries, the people practice Sharia Law that has rules for how women should act, carry themselves and conduct any interaction with other people. In non-Sharia law countries, Muslim women are still required to act, dress, and be a certain way, for fear of being criticized or humiliated by society. In extreme cases, the women are put to death. Muslim men and women would probably view Nora as the kind of woman…

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    1. Introduction Halal is a Quranic term which means allowed, permitted, lawful or legal. The contrary of this explanation is Haram (forbidden, unlawful or illegal). According to Sharia (Islamic Law), all issues concerning Halal or Haram and even all disputes should be in line with Quran and Sunnah. The halal concept has obtained increasing attention recently. This is due to the fact that the demand for halal food consumption is increasing continuously as a result of the rising number of Muslim…

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    The act of celebration of the feast begins with a prayer for Eid early in the morning and then slaughtered (given to God) sacrifice. Mostly it is a ram or sheep. Before killing they are telling a prayer. The meat is shared with friends and neighbors, the poor, and some of them left for the family. The goal of Islamic ethics is to teach people how to live their life in happiness. The happiness of man depends on the brotherhood among people and peace on earth. It is, therefore, important for a man…

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    The Well-being of Saudi Arabia Women Blessed Reine Prairie View A&M University Domestic violence is a major issue in Saudi Arabia, but it is overlooked a lot because the society of Saudi Arabia doesn’t see a problem with it. The only individuals that do have an issue are the women that. They are afraid to speak up and say anything about it. Things are done differently in Saudi Arabia than…

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    the accused. Since the judge in Saudi Arabia uses the holy book, it is extremely important that they are educated on the topic. A defendant that refuses to speak with the judge has three tries to answer any questions before a magistrate can utilize Sharia law that is similar to the United States legal system finding an individual in contempt of court (University of Minnesota Human Rights Library,…

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    Muslims throughout the world choose loyalty to Islam opposed to loyalty to the country of residence. The allegiance to Islam disconcerting to the US Constitution and Western Civilization has its own Shriah Law. And since the Koran instructs Sharia as absolute citizens cannot petition nor protest or voice an opinion. The notion of peaceful Muslims can only exist if every Muslim pledge allegiance to the United States of America. Studies shown in England, Germany, France, and Spain concluded that…

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    Valentine M. Moghadam says ‘[t]he rise of Islamist movements in the Middle East has reinforced stereotypes about the region, in particular the idea that Islam is ubiquitous in the culture and politics of the region, that tradition is tenacious, that the clergy have the highest authority, and that women’s status is everywhere low,” when taking about the limitations scholars put on themselves when looking at the Middle East, but she extrapolates this sentiment later to encompass Middle East and…

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    Islam is the second largest religion in the world, accounting twenty-three percent of the global population. Even though they followed the same religion, Islamic civilizations in the past operated both in similar and different ways. From the beginning of Islamic civilization in the seventh century to the end of the Abbasids in the thirteenth century, numerous political and cultural aspects changed while some retained. Throughout this time period, Islamic civilization experienced cultural…

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    Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule: Implications on Women’s Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy Background Throughout history the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has faced numerous invasions, a series of civil wars and enormous bloodshed. In 1978 the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan seized power in a coup against President Mohamed Daoud in what is known as the Saur Revolution . This revolution is said to be the catalyst for upheaval and armed resistance that would follow for the next 20 years.…

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