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  • Abdullah Azzam Brigades

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    The significances of these designations include a prohibition against knowingly providing substantial support or resources to, or engaging in transactions with, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, and the freezing of all property and interest in property of the organization that are in the United States, or come within the United States, or the control of U.S. persons. (Terrorist Designations of the Abdallah Azzam Brigades, 2012) The Department of State took these actions in consultation with the Departments

  • Abdullah Azzam Brigades

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    The Abdullah Azzam Brigades, which is named after al Qaeda's co-founder and Osama bin Laden's mentor, was formed by Saleh al Qarawi sometime after 2004 as an offshoot of al Qaeda in Iraq, and was tasked with hitting targets in the Levant (Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories) and throughout the Middle East. Abdullah Azzam Brigade is a Sunni Islamist militant group affiliated with Al-Qaeda and the global jihad movement. The group, which began operating in 2009, was founded by

  • The Interpretation Of The Wanderer By Abdullah Alomar

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    settler would settle thinking he found his sanctuary; and a stubborn wanderer would keep wandering hoping to find a more suitable place”. When the pious members heard his interpretation, they shaked their heads disapprovingly. One of the young members, Abdullah Alomar, thought of this interpretation as eye-opening. Abdullah’s search for a destination has filled him with angst, hearing the common phrase ‘may providence guide you to your sanctuary’ made him uneasy, for he wants to keep wandering. If this

  • Turkey: The Rise of Akp Party and the Islam

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    Turkey: The rise of Akp Party and the Islam. The last October the Turkey's prime minister Erdogan announced key political reforms which including lifting a ban on Islamic headscarves. The moves come as critics accuse Erdogan of Islamising the secular country. The headscarf controversy is the emblem of a long-standing rivalry in Turkish society between religious conservatives, who form the bulk of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP), and secular opponents. These indeed

  • Fatma Abdullah Rifaat-Short Story Extraordinaire

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    Fatma Abdullah Rifaat-Short Story Extraordinaire Fatma Abdullah Rifaat, better known as Alifa Rifaat, has created some of the most compelling short stories out of Egypt. Since she was born in 1930, Rifaat has been exposed to the realities of being a woman in the Islamic based Egyptian culture. Her life story has been one typical of an Egyptian female and she has related the arranged marriage aspect of her life into the gripping short stories, “Distant View of a Minaret,” and “A Long Night of Winter”

  • The Pros and Cons of Muhammad Ibn Abdullah

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    Muhammad Ibn Abdullah: Good or Bad? You Decide Many centuries ago, a very significant event in the Muslim tradition occurred. More specifically, this occasion occurred in the later part of the mid sixth century. In about the year 570 AD, Muhammad ibn Abdullah was born in Mecca. Just six weeks before his birth, his father had passed away. He continued to live in Mecca where he was cared for by his foster mother; a Bedouin woman named Halimah. Unfortunately, she died when Muhammad was only six years

  • Women in the Middle East

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    Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al-Missned is a Muslim women married to the Emir of Qatar (a sovereign Arab state in the Middle East. Her involvement in numerous organizations aimed at social and educational reform makes her a strong figure for women across the board; both Muslim and non. She fights for reform while still remaining faithful to Islam and makes important notes about the supposed oppression caused by it. In her speech The 'Women's Issue' in Context: Reframing the Discourse on

  • Women Driving Case Study

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    only to serve women in order to not losses their money on taxis or to be exposed to sexual harassment. In addition, make an extreme campaign to fill out the streets and attract all the attention on them. Finally, to reach their voices to the king Abdullah as he can overturn the ban regulation if all other solutions failed. In sum, I believe that the driving issue in Saudi Arabia is not a religious or culture case it is the government case.

  • Connor

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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These notes do not cover one specific human rights violation, they cover anything that has to do with freedom in general, or the obstruction of liberty. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The links are color coded with the notes. If the notes are blue and the link is blue, those notes

  • Osama Bin Laden Case Study

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    Terrorist Organizations strive on the ability to communicate their agendas to their fellow followers, affiliates, supporters, and the world. Leadership within the terrorists’ organizations is essential to an organization 's communication level, recruitment, and influence. The issue with leadership and the organization as a whole is that when times change and so does the leadership and ways of communication. Evolving with the changing times is key for an organization’s survival during the new era