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    The Arabian Peninsula

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    Although the Arabian Peninsula is covered in deserts and mountains, such as the Asir Mountains, it served as the birthplace for multiple civilizations. With the use of key geographic features, various groups of people were able the thrive and prevail. The Tigris and Euphrates rivers provided civilizations with a water source and fertile land that allowed for sustenance and an agricultural-based economy. Deserts, like the Syrian Desert, protected the people from invasion and promoted the economy with

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    Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

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    Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) is a major terrorist organization whose intent is to push aspiring jihadists, who are more willing to use its gruesome tactics to advance their local ambitions. The government of Yemen continues to fight for the provinces occupied by AQAP. Areas such as, the Abyan and Shabwa provinces are partly or entirely out of the governments control. The information delivered in this paper is intended to enable a better understanding of the agenda behind AQAP while

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    stability, they brought destruction. For some, AQAP uses the implementation of Sharia as a pretense to pillage Shabwah’s resources. For others, AQAP is a blatant American-Saudi creation which is used as a pretext to justify US presence in the Arabian Peninsula: instead of attacks against U.S. forces or against the US embassy in Sana’a, AQAP operations target innocent Muslim civilians or the army and security forces. Similarly, US drones attack civilians instead of AQAP members. One respondent added

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    Section 1: History and Overview of Saudi Arabia The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the earliest civilizations in the Arabian Peninsula (Royal Embassy 2013). The Arabian Peninsula historically represents an ancient center of trade and commerce and is the birthplace of Islam, one of the world’s major monotheistic religions (Royal Embassy 2013). The religion of Islam was based upon the revelations of the Prophet Muhammad during the 7th century (Religious Facts 2013). Islam is the world’s second

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    GCC Countries Overview

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     Qatar Geographical Factors: Qatar is a peninsula bordering the Arabian Gulf and Saudi Arabia. It has a strategic position between the GCC countries, this special location will facilitate the process of exporting and importing and also it will enhance the domestic tourism. Qatar’s total area is 11,586 km² and it mainly relies on oil as a natural resource which means that it has a very good wealth. Demographical Factors: The current population of Qatar is 2,042,444 (77.61% men and 23.89% women).

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    Where do you think Al Qaeda operates, most people just think about Afghanistan and Pakistan? There is also Al Qaeda operatives working in the Arabian Peninsula as well, and is where Operation Copper Dune is being conducted. This operation is being conducted in a very new way of military occupation with not as many soldiers but there are many Predator drone aircraft conducting operations in the area, along with Yemen. The operation encompasses strategic placement of the base, personnel, and aircraft

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    Analysis Of Tribalism

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    variations in Egyptian tribes is because almost all the tribe in the country trace their roots back to Arabian Peninsula, especially with Amr ibn al-As after the Islamic conquest of the Nile valley in 641 BC (The Danish Egypt Dialogue Institute, 2014) In some areas especially in the Northern Egypt, various other groups considered to be minorities associated with other origins apart from Arabian Peninsula also exists, but discrimination against such groups is very minimal as compared to Yemen, where

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    Case Study: NARS Cosmetic

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    It is bordered by Iraq and Jordan on the north, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates on the east, Oman and Yemen on the south. The Arabian Gulf Sea surrounded from the east and the Red Sea from the west. Saudi Arabia is a traditional monarchy. Al Saud dynasty is a royal family of the kingdom. The population of the kingdom was estimated to be 29,369,428 in 2014 - the 43rd largest in the

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    friction among the religions. When World War I broke out the Ottoman Empire joined the central powers and when the central powers lost, the Ottoman Empire was divided by the allies. The only place that would not be controlled by the allies was the Arabian peninsula, which wa... ... middle of paper ... ...y kept they language and culture, which is Turkish. The Turks did not rule the Middle East forever, as I stated before, they lost control of them and after the World War I the Turks only kept Asia Minor

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    Being Saudi Arabian is to be faithful and authentic to one important religion symbol of Islam which is being believer of Allah but no one else and being the believer that Mohammed is the prophet of Allah, which is considered very essential aspect of the culture. Saudi Arabians are the people who have strong affiliation and loyalty to the authentic, generous, wise Arab tribes who settled in the Arabian Peninsula many years ago. In addition, being Saudi Arabian represents being loyal to the country

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