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  • Mahmoud Means Business

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    terror to Israelis? Abbas, a man who can finally step out from behind the shadow of Yasser Arafat - a figure who was seen by many as an obstacle to Palestinian aspirations to build a modern, democratic state despite his centrality to the Palestinian national cause. Abbas has made his aims and goals clear. He has promised to reform the frenzied, corrupt and ineffective Palestinian authority created by Arafat, bring order to the unruly security forces and halt the armed militia that seized control of

  • History Of The Munich Massacre

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    result of members being recruited from other organizations, such as the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the As-Sa’iqa, a Palestinian military group directed by Syria. Leadership of the BSO was believed to be in the hands of Yasser Arafat during the time of the Munich Massacre, however, Patrick Seale, in his book Abu Nidal: A Gun for Hire, wrote, “The Black September was never officially authorized by the Fatah, nor was it a structured organization at Arafat’s command. It was more

  • International Relations of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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    The Isreali-Palestine Conflict has been present for many years and dates back to when there was British dominance in the region. One of the most prominent issues is the matter of resources, such as oil and water present in the state. Another source of conflict is the support of Israel from the Western countries, like the United States during the Gaza Strip conflict, which creates an imbalance of power between Israel and Palestine. The idea of power is a very important aspect to this conflict,

  • Ethnic Conflict in the Middle East

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    Ethnic Conflict in the Middle East Ethnic conflicts are well rooted in the world's history and perhaps inherent in human nature. This type of conflict is difficult to resolve as is evident in the situation in the Middle East. The ethnic conflict theory explains that it is not territory, politics, or economics that prevents the achievement of peace between the Israeli and Palestinian peoples, instead, it is a deep-seated hatred of one another that neither group can overcome. The Camp David Summit

  • The Policies Of The Palestine Liberation Organisation

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    they began to set up their own organisations, to defend Palestinian rights, and to fight against the state of Israel. One of the first of these was called ‘Fatah’. Set up in 1959 by Palestinian exiles in Kuwait, its leader was a young Yasser Arafat, an engineer at the time. Fatah developed into an active fighting force in the 1960’s. In 1964, the Arab governments set up the PLO, an organisation to represent the Palestinian people. It was controlled by Arab states, Nasser in Egypt in

  • The Israel-Palestine Conflict

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    have been the source of conflict for thousands of years. Although there are many conflicts going on in this particular moment in the middle east, I have chosen the ongoing conflict involving Israel and Palestine, primarily due to the death of Yasser Arafat. Primarily, I believe that unless there is a resolution of this conflict, there will never be peace in this portion of the world, and there will always exist a threat to world stability and peace. The history of the Palestinians and the Israelis

  • The 1993 Peace Agreement Between Israelis and the Palestine Arabs

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    The 1993 Peace Agreement Between Israelis and the Palestine Arabs In 1993 the Israelis and the Palestine Arab signed a peace agreement. It failed because of long-term events. Like the 'Six Day War' and the creation of Israel in 1948. Arafat, the leader of the P.L.O, agreed to fight against the Palestinian terrorists, or help the Israelis gain security and Rabin, the prime minister of Israel, agreed to pull back from Gaza and the West Bank or give the Palestinians land or automany. On

  • The Presentation Of Talbiyah In Mecca

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    A prayer called talbiyah is recited repetitively at arrival in Mecca, which according to Maqsood is “the answer to the divine call to come.” In this, the individual in solidarity with the umma fulfill the pillar of Salat, whilst also professing their utter faith in god and thus in tawhid. • “I beg You to accept me, and grant me Your complete forgiveness, and give me permission to enter Your vast garden of delight.” (segment of talbiyah) • When first arriving at Mecca on the 1st day, tawaf is done:

  • The Meaning and Implications of Hajj

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    Ta'ala). This also triggers us to continuously recite Talbia out loud. Waquf in Arafat On the 9th of Zul Hijjah, Waquf in Arafat is performed from Zuhr to sunset. The main action in Waquf is not to pray lots of Nafls but to stand facing the Haram asking Allah (subhanahu wa Ta'ala) for forgiveness while recognizing Him as our Lord. The Prophet said, "Al Hajju Arafah," meaning that standing in the Arafat is the Hajj.

  • The Last Sermon By The Holy Prophet By Khutbatul Wa

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    Khutbatul Wada, the last sermon by the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was given on Ninth Day of Dhul Hijj 10 A.H at the Uranah valley of Mount Arafat' (in Mecca). The last sermon of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), covers all the parts of human life in Islam. Islam is a religion as well as a complete code of life. At the event of performing hajj, Hazrat Muhammad the last prophet of Allah Almighty conveyed his last sermon in which he addressed more than one hundred thousand companions. He urged them to give their lives