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  • How Did Islam Influence South Asia

    learning the local language and marrying the local women. This really paved the way for Islam to influence south Asia. The first attempt of conquering the Sindh was made by the second caliph successor of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Caliph Umar Ibn Al-Khattab, but his expansion didn…

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  • Osama Bin Laden Influence On Terrorism

    Many of those attacks have been successful, but there are some that have not been. For example, the attack Al Qaeda planned for December 25, 2009 was unsuccessful. A Nigerian by the name of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab had an explosive hidden on himself. The explosive was a mixture of liquid and powder that did not alert the security alarms or personnel in the airport. He planned to detonate it on a plane from Amsterdam to Detroit, but the detonator…

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  • Amr Ibn Al Aas Biography

    Amr ibn al-aas belonged to the Banu Sham[1] clan of the Quraysh. He was born in Arabia in the city of Makkah. His father’s name was Al Aaas Ibn Wa’al who owned a perfume business. He was very rich and had an importance in the clan of Banu Sham. He was a chief of his clan. Amr ibn al aas joined his business at a very young age and had an opportunity to visit neighboring countries and deal with different people. He established personal friendly relations with many governors and kings both in…

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  • Who Is Prophet Muhammad A Hero In Everyday Life

    Research Question: Who is the most qualified person to be call as a hero in everyone life? Prophet Muhammad PBUH as a real hero in everyone life. Every individual has its own heroes. Everyone has a special figure or set of values they look to as a personal ideal of what is worth fighting for and what is right. When we were kids, we used to think that heroes were like Superman, Batman, Ultraman and other superheroes that we watched in television. Watching how those heroes save the universe in…

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  • Nonverbal Communication Analysis

    Speech has been the most important and representative way in communication and we use it mainly in delivering facts and data. Speech was developed between 2 million and 500,000 years ago. After that, non-verbal communications were the main forms of conducting inner life of people including their emotions, moods, feelings and attitudes. Non-verbal communication / body language is the actions or attributes of humans, includes all the messages deliver in other way than words that we use in…

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  • Short Story Of Muhammad: The Night Journey

    “You would say this was the end of the story of Muhammad: He and a tiny group, shut away in the sand, alone on the planet, encircled by men so wild they buried children alive as a point of honor, who killed casually, and who – because His teachings meant the destruction of the national religion and the loss of their own wealth and power – had for thirteen long years been waiting to shed His blood. An enemy of His has written: ‘We search in vain through the pages of profane history for a parallel…

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