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  • Religious Beliefs During The Crusades

    Throughout the religious history of the world there have been many instances in which religion and religious beliefs have been used as an excuse to perpetrate crimes against others. These crimes can be seen in many different religions, such as Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. Islam and their use of Jihad, or “holy war”, is used as a way to rationalize the killing of individuals that are considered to be infidels. Like Islam, Hinduism, uses their religious teachings as a way to oppress those of…

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  • Load Shedding In Pakistan

    crises of electricity. These energy crises are because of the lack of success by government in passing more projects to grow electricity. Many political parties promised to get rid of this problem but no one has done anything about it. According to Umar Khan from Pacan, 2003 “In urban regions, the duration of load shedding is around 12 to 15 hours but the situation is worst in rural areas where it is almost from 18 to 20 hours” (p.1). As time is passing, people of Pakistan are demanding more…

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  • Christian And Muslim Perspectives: The Crusades

    The Crusades was a gory period in history where the Christians and Muslims had their own differences, which brought them into conflict and leading to a couple million deaths. Both sides had their own perspectives that the other would not agree on. I will be explaining the Western and Eastern Christian and Muslim’s perspectives and how it brought them to war. First I will be going over a summary of this time period so one can feel empathy and understand why things happened the way they did. Pope…

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  • The Roles Of Toregene And Sorkhokhni

    The roles of Toregene and Sorkhokhtani and other women are important because they provide an inside view of how women battle for power, and how this continuation of violence among the Mongol elite would eventually contribute to the fall of the Mongol Empire. Toregene took control of the empire even when her husband was alive and sank deeper into his wine. She assumed the title of “yeke khatun “empress ”” and controlled the civilian administration of the empire. In her greed for power, she…

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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of A Male OB-GYN

    experience, correspondence style, and specialized aptitude, yet in developing nations, it is more of cultural or socially-related variables, including religion, psychosocial factors, and the likes. (Ara, Onyemocho, Pius, Polycarp, Raphael, SonnyJohnbull, Umar, 2014). Obstetrician-gynecologist are doctors who practice…

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  • The Crusades Persuasive Essay

    Poor nutrition, plagues, sexism, and social classes: these are only four of the prices of civilization that we, along with our ancestors, have faced. War is another major source of destruction, but also cooperation or even the creation of a new identity. War has the power to “make or break” a civilization, completely changing the course of history. No historian can ignore wars due to their influence. Merely one example of these influential wars are the Crusades. So, what is a Crusade? Depending…

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  • Shahzad's Argument Against Racial Profiling

    A man with the name of Umar (like the terrorist who attempted to set an American plane on fire in 2009) flying out of Tel Aviv, whether he is American or British, is going to get checked seven times.” In the United States, on May 1, 2010, Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani born terrorist…

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  • Theme Of Hypocrisy In Manto

    Veils of Pretence and Hypocrisy in Manto’s Selected Short Stories Priyanka Gupta Dr. Neeru Sharma Research Scholar Assistant Professor…

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  • The Black Stone In Islam

    BLACK STONE IN MECCA Introduction The Black Stone is known as ‘al-Hajar-al-Aswad’ in the Arabic language and is the most Holy object for the Muslims which is still present in its original and ancient form. It is located in one of the cornerstones of Ka’aba Sharif, which is the Holy stone building for the Muslims. The building is surrounded by the ‘Masjid-al-Haram’, which to the Muslims is known as the grand mosque. The Black Stone has been fixed in the wall of the Ka’aba Sharif at a distance…

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  • Terrorism In America Essay has three definitions for the word terrorism: the use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes; the state of fear and submission produced by terrorization; and a terroristic method of governing or of resisting a government. In America alone, at least three thousand people died and over six thousand were injured during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The Boston Marathon bombings killed only three, but injured almost three hundred.…

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