Consanguineous Marriages among Arabs
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...Arabs DEFINATION AND BACKGROUND: According to a Research found "Consanguineous marriage is the Union of Individuals having common Ancestors. It is categorized as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree. The first being the closet kinship. It is believed the consanguineous marriage would preserve: Family dynamic and structure and provide; cultural. Social and Economic benefit". (Consanguinity and Apnea of Prematurity). Before going very deep into this research, there is the need to know why we ought to know about this marriage that mostly exists among the Arab people What important is this research expected to add in our academia... Academia Research Bala Muhammad Makosa May 6, 2007 Consanguineous marriages Among...
Israeli-Arabs Peace Negotiations
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...Arabs Peace Negotiations The unsuccessful attempts to resolve Arab-Israel conflict for over centuries challenges the tenability and inherent optimism of the assumption that all conflicts can be resolved. Both Israelis and Palestinians have defined their national goals and expressed beliefs, which even appear incompatible when, set down side by side. Up to the recent times, both Israel and Palestine seem not ready to concede some of the ideas that other parties claim they require for the sake of agreeing to compromise an agreement. This paper describes the Arab-Israel conflict and the current negotiating attempts that are ongoing. Historically, Arabs and Israelis have usually met... table...
Who are the Arabs?
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...Arab’ word means are quite comprehensive in its It is both interesting and leaves wide scope for evolution of the same. It is true that people can be identified through their cultural heritage, language and land. But in case of Arabs, apart from the fact that they revere Prophet Muhammad as their supreme guide and religious scripture, Quran as main guidelines of living, the many dialects of Arabs and their presence across wide geographical boundaries, makes them unique. Various people who can be broadly described as Arab reside in independent nations but are united in their religious beliefs, language and genealogy. Rodinson’s (1981) claim can therefore be valid... Maxime Rodinson’s criteria of what...
Arabs and isreal
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...Arab Israel Arab Israel conflict is a political and military conflict between Israel and different Arab Nations located in the Middle East Region. This conflict has a historical background which is associated with the rise of the Zionism and the Arab Nationalism. Jews view this region as sacred whereas Arabs also claim the ownership of this region. Following the collapse of Ottoman Empire, a political and nationalist conflict started to emerge over the various territories. Over the period of time, this conflict has been reduced to local conflict between Israel and Palestine only. (Citron,25) This conflict...
Why does Hollywood hates Arabs
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...Arabs and Muslims in film: A rhetorical analysis Hollywood can be said as one of the culprits that portrayed Arabs and Muslims in a stereotyped image that is often uncharacteristic of the real Arab and Muslim culture and nature. Arabs and Muslims are typically portrayed in films as terrorist, war mongerer, violent, uncouth, uncivilized and uneducated which is untrue. It is not really fair and farthest from the truth yet the undiscerning audience take this depictions at face value and believe these portrayals to be true. It is sad but the stereotyping of Hollywood about Arabs and Muslims contributes to the widening miscommunication between Muslims and non-Musims. We can infer... Stereotyping Arabs ...
Stereotyping of Arabs and Muslims
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...Arabs and Muslims Ever since September 11, mainstream media and TV shows in the US have focused on the USs "war on terror" as the central theme. This trend gave rise to a slew of television shows and movies that depicted heroic battles against terrorism by Arab or Muslim characters. Soon, Arabs, and Muslims in particular, were stereotyped as being terrorists or fundamentalists by the media, which translated into similar stereotyping by the general public. With increasing awareness and change in peoples sensitivities, these stereotypes transformed gradually and the media portrayal of Arabs and Muslims as terrorists went through a sea change. The present paper discusses... 25 January Stereotyping of Arabs ...
Stereotyping of Arabs in Western media
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...Arabs in western media has, from the very beginning been in the negative light since they have been presented as a race of people who are steeped in religion and outdated traditions. Arabs have been portrayed as being some of the most violent people in the world, often plotting, one way or another, for the destruction of a westerner, who in the movies is often the hero. The western media seems to have been influenced by the long history of conflict between the Muslim and Christian worlds for the past thousand years and the mark of this conflict seems to have developed unconsciously into the minds of the producers of western media. This has created a mentality of us against them... ?The presentation of...
Influence of Hindu and Arabs in Mathematics
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...Arabs in Mathematics The great contribution made by Hindus and Arabs was a development and introduction of numeral system. Thus, it is evident that with the development of relationships between different countries in the ancient world people exchanged their knowledge and ideas freely and shared what had been created and discovered. On the other hand, such places as India, Japan, Mesoamerica were a little bit isolated in later periods of universal history because of colonization (Cajori 86). The core of the numeral system was Brahmi numerals and positional notation. Further this system was adopted by Arabs and improved. A well-developed numerical system... 02 October 2009 Influence of Hindu and Arabs in ...
Reason for Arabs immigration to the USA
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...Arabs Immigration to the USA The United s of America hosts thousands of immigrants from all over the world. For some reasons this country appears to be a highly desirable place of destination for everyone who decides to change life dramatically. One of the biggest ethnical communities in the US is Arab Americans group. By the late 1930s there were 130,000 - 350,000 Arabs in the United States (Suleiman, 1999). After 1960 these figures changed and now there are approximately 3 million people in America who came from Arabic countries (Nagel and Staeheli, 2004). Reasons for Arabs immigration to the US are quite diverse: they come in search of financial welfare, to escape from regional... Reasons for Arabs...
Do Gulf Arabs value profit over people?
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...Arabs Value Profits over People? Introduction The Gulf Arabs value profits over people. The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is comprised of six members; Qatar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Collectively, these six Gulf States accommodate 35 million people including 17 million expatriates. The migrant workers do not only come from the developed countries but also they travel from the developing countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and India. However, the research indicates the issues of forced labor, economic exploitation and other forms of confiscation of human rights are common in the Gulf States. Many authors believe that the Kafala... ...
Hate Crime Analysis: Muslims and Arabs
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...Arabs It is a worldwide concern that numerous acts of violence are targeting specific groups either for racial, religious and/or gender reasons. Ethically, this is incorrect yet few people still abide by their beliefs rather than doing what is ethical; hence the emergence of hate crimes. Hate crime in the recent past has been directed towards Muslims and Arabs thanks to War on Terrorism (Government, 2006). Since the September 11th incident, most of the American citizens have stereotyped any American Muslim and/or Arab-looking person as a terrorist and may be planning another terror attack against the U.S. This paper aims at providing the reader with a detailed... Hate Crime Analysis: Muslims and Arabs...
The conflict between the Arabs and Jews
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...Arab and Israel Conflict One of the most important conflicts in the modern history which spans almost one century of political tensions and hostilities has been the Arab-Israeli conflict which continues to attract international concerns. Long before the establishment of Israel as a sovereign state in 1948, the conflict between the two sides started and it continues to challenge the peace keeping process of the region. It is important to realize that the conflict between the Arabs and Jews belonging to two nations in the region has incorporated various international issues and various international organizations and nations have involved in...
Arabs' Generosity and Hospitality in the Arabian Peninsula
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...Arabs' Generosity and Hospitality in the Arabian Peninsula The Arabs have a unique race and a unique culture with many qualities that distinguish them from the rest of the world. The Arabian Peninsula accommodates the Arab countries and there is striking similarity in the culture, values, norms, trends and traditions of the people of these countries. One thing that particularly differentiates the Arab people from most other people of the world is their behavior. Some of the most outstanding and unique traits of the Arab customs are that they are very generous and hospitable. Being generous and extending...
A comparative study between English and Arabs' compliments on Facebook
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...Arabs and English on Facebook Social media has changed the way we interact with each other. People share bits of their liveswith the online community every day. People tend to post pictures, videos or update statuses saying something small about their day or experiences. The need to say something in person has been eliminated. If any person has something to say about something that they saw online, they can just attach their comment to the post, photo or video that was shared. Facebook is a global phenomenon that has taken root in all countries. In the English speaking and Arab speaking worlds, the users are numerous. They use the social media site in ways...
Stereotyping Arabs and Muslims by Hollywood : a visual analysis
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...Arabs and Muslims in a stereotyped image that is often uncharacteristic of the real Arab and Muslim culture and nature. Arabs and Muslims are typically portrayed in pictures as terrorists, war mongerer, violent, uncouth, uncivilized and uneducated which is untrue. This is not really fair and the farthest from the truth yet undiscerning audience takes these depictions at face value and believe what is portrayed as true. It is sad that stereotyping of Pictures about Arabs and Muslims contribute to the widening miscommunication between Muslims and non-Muslims. According to Hocks , Critiquing and production in digital... Visual rhetoric The print media can be said as one of the culprits that portrayed Arabs ...
"As the Arabs see the Jews" His Majesty King Abdullah,
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...Arabs had known it for thirteen-hundred years, was about to change. Britain, in concord with the Zionist movement, went behind closed doors and arranged what evolved later into a mass immigration of Jews to what they call their The Holy Land. There were many reasons for this, including the insistence by Zionists that the land belonged to the Jews historically and that the Palestinians who now occupied it were only one of many tribes which had called it home. While admittedly the distant history of Palestine is vague, King Abdullah in his 1947 letter asserts correctly... Running head: PALESTINE: A GIFT Palestine: A Gift Not Owned Beginning in 1922 with the Balfour Declaration the fate of Palestine, as...
Popular Culture Portrayal of Minorities: Case study of Arabs
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...Arabs The idea behind multiculturalism is to build a strong nation by eliminating or minimizing the chances of one or the other ethnic group rising against the interests of the state and society. This idea necessarily arose out of the historical fact that immigrants falling into the melting pot from other nations (some political foes such as the former Soviet Union while others against whom the United States has waged diplomatic or military war) posed a threat to the national integrity and indeed national security if their loyalties and their attitudes were not moulded/melted in. Arab-Muslims are not a visible ethnic group yet important... in the American society. Their portrayal as...
Images of Arabs and Muslims in Western Media
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...Arabs and Muslims in the Western Media: Various set of events that have unfolded in the new millennium have led to strangulation of relation between different communities. The relationship between Muslims, the Arab world and West are one of them. The Media being the powerful tool of communication and image representation in the modern times is a major source that has been questioned and subjected to its image representation and creation on this account. On number of instances, the media has been dubbed to have played a negatively biased role towards portraying the image of Muslims, on others it has been seen as an agent of bullying the people belonging to one set of religious following... Image of Arabs ...
Adult Crying: culture, personality and gender (Arabs, European, Persian)
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...Arab culture, fifty from a European culture, and fifty from an Iranian culture. Our interest in the results will be to come up with an estimate statistical review of the effects of difference in culture, gender and personality in crying among adults... Adult Crying First School Affiliation We are interested in the results of a study that will be conducted on a total of 150 participants/individuals. The participants participating in this study will include an equal number of males and females in each culture group. The sample consists of friends and relatives, aged between 20 and 45 years old, who will be volunteers from the three different cultures. The sample size will be fifty participants from an...
1967 war is it a defeat or a victory to the Arabs
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...Arab and Israel The six-day war of 1967 was fought between Israel and the Arab s comprising of Egypt, Jordan and Syria. Egypt, Jordan and Syria comprised the United Arab Republic. The war between Arab and the Israel in 1967 was the third war between Israel and the Arab states. After the second war between the Arab and Israel in 1956, the Egyptian forces agreed to maintain peace with the positioning of the UN peacemakers in the borders of Egypt and Israel. This positioning of the peacemakers were due to the efforts of the US and Soviet Union in the war of 1956 between Egypt and Israel, UK and France. In the next decades, there were several minor conflicts between... ?1967 war: cause of conflict between...
Strangers in a Strange Land: The Education of Arabs in Israel
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...Arabs in Israel Around the world, one of the highest priorities for most governments is the education of children. Education is a predictor of future vocational success and prosperity, as well as of stability and tolerance in attitudes. One of the most unstable countries in the world, as far as political stability, is the nation of Israel. Surrounded on all sides by Arab nations, Israel faces a difficult balance every day to maintain its own existence. A crucial part of this balance is in the education of children from two hostile religious and ethnic backgrounds within the same educational system. Arab... Running Head: STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND Strangers in a Strange Land: The Education of Arabs...
Argumentative essay on the social issue of stereotyping Muslim-Arabs in western media
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...Arabs’ Image in the Western Media The relationship between western and Arab Muslim community is going to be worse just because of the wrong perception of Westerns about the Arab Muslim community. One of the main factors behind this perception is the propagation of western media through different TV programs. This propagation is not new for the Muslims; rather Western media is involved in it from past many years. Technology may channels the channels and the means of stereotyping but the content or the style of misrepresentation of Muslim community is same (Ridouani 1). In this paper, we will try to highlight this stereotyped behavior of Western community and media... Stereotyped Behavior regarding Muslim...
Why did Islam and the Arabs succeed in spreading throughout the Greater Middle-East/Gulf against the
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...Arabs in the Middle East had quite a strong conquest that was aimed at spreading a new faith to the region and was marred by misery, oppression and massacre. The three events occurred against those that opposed the Arabs and their quest for dominance in the region. The state religion imposed upon the Persians was Islam and conversion to the new faith was the main agenda of the Arabs, which led to the destruction of the traditional creeds and culture. As a result, the Arabs went about their business of conquering the Middle East by commandeering the schools, universities and libraries. This was a strategy that saw the Arabs dominate most of the Middle East since they weeded out the original... The Arabs...
How does Hollywood movies portray Muslims and Arabs after 9/11? "Content Analysis of The Kingdom and Rendition"
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...Arabs after 9/11? “Content Analysis of The Kingdom and Rendition” Noura Alalawi Media Culture Gender and Race JMC 601 Murray State University Abstract This research paper is basically a content analyses paper of two Hollywood Movies (The Kingdom and Rendition). Both movies were released on 2007 after 9/11 attacks and that is because my paper focusing on the era after 9/11. It consists of two parts: the literature review part where I looked into numerous articles and studies that aim at explaining the situation on how Hollywood films depicted the Muslim community after the September 11th attack. In addition, I looked at different articles and books... ? How does Hollywood movies portray Muslims and Arabs...
What kind of impact has the culture shock for Arabs in London and how they respond to that?
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...Arabs in London and their Response Part A –Introduction Present increased movement of people to other global states while in pursuit of own goals has prompted them encounter different cultures. This poses a challenge as they adapt to their respective destinations’ cultures despite at first appearing as a fun and very happy about it. Therefore, it is for this reason prompted me to research about Arabs’ shock culture while in London thus understand what challenges they experienced and underwent while trying to cope with British culture. This is despite London being a multicultural region and having numerous institutions as well as areas where Arabs can mingle easily... with fellow people whom...
Western civilization: Koran, Franks developed into a strong kingdom, and invasions of the vikings and the arabs
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...Arab civilization brought... Western Civilization: Three Topics The sections from the Koran mentioned here (Reilly 249-254) reveal that Islam is a complex religion, calling on symbolism and poetry as well as commandments and historical writings about the life of the prophet Mohamed. The opening section describes a stirring scene with “coursers” which must be fast Arabian horses, which are dashing towards the foe. At first sight this is a violent image, and the writer manages to convey some of the excitement of the chase. Immediately after the description of the warlike horses, however, the tone of the writer reveals some criticism of the passion of the fight, since he talks of man, meaning mankind,...
Summarize the 2 articles since the NAKBA to present and emphasize the pressure and tension,war and discrimination among Arabs in israel
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...Arab-Israeli conflict of 1948, also known as al-Nakba, are continuously lamented by Palestinians all over the world. Displacement is still taking place and inflicting terrible trauma, tension and misery to a large number of Palestinians all over the Middle East. The total number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and Palestinian refugees includes the overall population of Palestinians all over the world. Internal displacement remains active in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) (Adalah 2012, 2). A huge number of Palestinians have been relocated against... The Trauma of the Palestinian Displacement Introduction The downfall of ancient Palestine and the enormous Palestinian displacement in the...
Define the term Arabs" and its relationship to pan-Arabism (nationalism) by distinguishing between the Muslim world and the Arab world. Mention also Nasser and Saddam Hussein as Nationalist pan-Arab leaders.
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...Arabs and Pan – Arabism The word Arab has a connotation of individuals who speak clearly. Thus, it constitutes a linguistic, cultural term referring to individuals speaking Arabic as their first language, and who recognize themselves as Arabs (Montgomery & Cachia, n.d). Currently, Arabs are more than a hundred million in the whole world most of whom come from states in the Arab League. They are not a race and constitute an indistinct ethnic group since there are black and white Arabs. Surprisingly, there is no clear method of defining or distinguishing...
Why did Islam and the Arabs succeed in spreading throughout the greater Middle East/ Gulf against the Byzantines and Persians? What were the Military successes of the Omayyad and Abbasids Arab empires?
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...Arab nation of Islam in what we now consider the Middle East region (Lapidus 21). The Early Expansion of the Nation of Islam This campaign proved successful as the Arab led the nation of Islam, defeated the seemingly militarily superior Byzantine and Persian empires. Their success was based on a number of factors. First among them was that the two major Middle Eastern empires, Persia... The Post-Muhammad, Nation of Islam The early Islamic was based in Saudi Arabia, centered in Medina under the administrative and religious leadership of its founding father, Prophet Muhammad. Following his unexpected death in 632, there was a power vacuum since the prophet had not named his preferred successor (Davidson...
Real motives of the 9/11
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...Arabs because the Arab public servants and professionals use their knowledge to further terrorist activities in America. Moreover, the Arabs have no trust for America, do not support antiterrorism, undermine U.S credibility, and use Islamic fundamentalism to justify their terrorist activities which adversely affect America. Conversely, the Arabs disagree with the U.S foreign policy which favors Israel at the expense of other Arab nations where many people die in Palestine. Indeed, they disapprove U.S military support on Israel and U.S perception and address on Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Additionally,...
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...Arab Americans "cultural identity" Arabs American traces their origin from various Arabs nations. Lebanon is perceived to be the homeland of the majority of Arabs Americans. It is followed by other countries such as Syria, Palestine, Iraq, Jordan, and Yemen. There are twenty-one Arabs countries from North America across to the Persian Gulf. Arabs America constitutes the many tribal groups that make up the United States population. Arabs started coming to the United States since 1800s. Just like other immigrants, they were attracted by educational and economic opportunities that were in America. The number of Arabs immigrants has rapidly grown due to the changes in the United States laws... Immigrants...
Literature review
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...Arabs and Muslims After 9/11 The occurrence of 9/11 has sincemodified the theme of Hollywood movies especially when there is involvement Arab or Muslim characters. The attachment of a group of terrorists to the act, said to be Arabs and Muslims, strengthened the theme of Arab and Muslim terrorists in Hollywood movies. After the 9/11 incidents, the Hollywood movies have always associated the Arabs with barbaric acts in the society. They are all viewed as villain in most movies according to Shaheen (2008). In Shaheen’s view, there is need for analyzing the consequences of 9/11 in order to realize the increasing use of Arabs as terrorist characters... ? Literature review How Hollywood Movies portray Arabs...
Critical Essay On The Book The Crusades through Arab Eyes
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...Arab Eyes" Introduction The world history encompasses uncountable events which played a crucial role in shaping human societies across countries. Human conflicts which result in wars and battles form the major part of world history. When a war takes places between two forces, there are two different views to be analyzed to locate the causes of war. But scholars tend to focus on the wining force and ignore the perspective of the losing side. The Crusades, one of the influential events in European history, has always been studied from the point of view of Westerners. The other force, the Arab world, which was involved in the struggle, has been... Critical Essay On The Book "The Crusades through Arab...
Ethno Nationalist Terrorism
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...Arab citizens of Israel In the mass media of all the countries there is a taboo theme: the life of Israeli-Arabs. The question is why journalists avoid this topic. Some state that the life of Arabs in Israel differs from the life of Arabs in the Arab countries so much that its description can easily destroy the anti-Israeli propaganda. In occupied territories Judea and Samaria there are about 2 million Arabs. The majority of them are the descendants of those who came to these lands in 1920-40s to find a job from the neighboring Arab countries - Syria, Egypt, Iraq. At that...
The history of surgery
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...Arabs the Arabs based on the medicinal practices of the Greek in order... The earliest form of surgery that was practised in Egypt is referred to as Trephining. The surgical process of Trephining involved the cutting of a small and round hole in an individual’s head. There is no clearly known reason as to why the Egyptians practised this form of surgery. However, evidence points to the fact that this form of surgery was successful on most of the patients. In addition, this surgery was sometimes performed more than once on an individual. Trephining is considered to have been performed by the ancient Egyptians in order to cure headaches. In ancient Greece, surgery was also performed in different ways. The ...
Arabic culture
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...Arabic Culture Geography plays an important role in shaping the culture in a particular country or region. For example, even though Arabs are Muslims, their culture is entirely different from the culture of an India, Pakistani or Afghani Muslim. This is because of the geographical differences between Arab world or Middle Eastern world with other parts of the world. This paper discusses the cultural practices that are influenced by history/geography of the Arab culture. The dressings of Arabs are entirely different from that of the Muslims in other parts of the world. Arab males usually...
Folk Tale, Legend, and Myth
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...Arab countries as were kings Shahzaman and Shahryar, who reigned over Samarkand al- Ajam and Sasan kingdoms respectively (McCaughrean 1). Consequently, Arabs carry presents... One Thousand and One Arabian Nights Part Middle East has a rich culture with a long history dating several decades from generations to generations. Various stories and films have emerged trying to offer insights into the Arabian culture. McCughrean in her book “One Thousand and One Arabian Nights” has various stories that try to offer an understanding to the Arabian culture thereby being of utmost significance in understanding and appreciating such a rich culture. First, the stories depict that kings controlled most of the Arab co...
Arab-Israeli War of 1948.
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...Arab-Israel war of 1948 Arab-Israeli War of 1948 The Arab-Israel war was the first in a sequence of wars fought between the Jewish state and the Arab states since 1947. Avi (1998) observes that the Israelites refer to it as the war of independence. Avi further states that on November 29 1947, immediately after the United Nations announced its approval of a partition plan to resolve the Jewish-Arab conflicts, an uproar of violence escalated in the Middle East. Observers claim that the Arab nations were not satisfied with the UN ruling, which they criticized greatly on the basis of great...
Nasser speach
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...Arab nationalism and revolutionary thoughts stirring in the repressed masses. The monarchs and dictators ruled the Arabs. For instance in Production in Society Nasser starts with a narrative that those times are gone when the destiny of Arab nations was in the hands of powerbrokers in international conferences. He puts forward the idea that the Arabs are rising, and they recognize their rights. His opinion represents Egypt and the Arab world before 1985. His words seem to shine through the awakening that the world saw in the Egyptian revolution. Even though the critics say that it did not change... Nasser Speaks Basic Documents Institute Nasser Speaks The Middle East monographs by Nasser glorify the Arab ...
Israeli's treatment of arab citizens,
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...Arab Citizens Order No. 255195 No. of pages: 4 Premium 6530 The Arab citizens in Israel comprise of about 20% of the country’s population and “identify themselves as Palestinian by nationality and Israeli by citizenship.” (Jonathan Marcus, 2005) The Arabs or Arabic speaking citizens who live in Israel are called Arab citizens and are usually referred to as Israeli Arabs or Arab Israelis. This identity is accepted by many but rejected by the majority. According to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics (2007) the total population consists of approximately 1,144, 000 citizens, with about 19.7% of Israeli population. The fire of hatred burns brightest in the hearts of the Arabs... Israelis treatment of...
Politics of the Contemporary Middle East
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...Arab Israeli’s in their own country. Zionism has contributed to the discrimination of Arab Israelis in Israel and its surrounding environments. Arab Israelis have been discriminated based on educational, economic and political basis on different occasions. Arabs living in Israel contribute to around 20% of the population in Israel and they are divided into different groups (Gilbert, 2005). During the early years... in the formation of the republic of Israel, several lands were annexed by Israel and most Arabs were shunned by the Israeli administration. Political discrimination of Arabs in Israel is evident by the policies maintained by the Zionist Israeli...
Critical Thinking Paper (read the instructions carefully)
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...Arabs conflict is an ever-growing concern for the modern world peace and harmony. The three burning issues in this course are terrorism, oil, and Islam. Both the Arabs and the Americans have two very conflicting views about these three major issues concerning their bilateral relations. Since time in memorial, Americans and the Arabs have been at war with each other, with the Americans perceiving all Arabs as instigators of terrorism and terrorists acts, while the Arabs perceiving the Americans as oppressors and persecutors of religious justice and democracy. As such, the Christian Americans always perceive the Arab Muslims as terrorists; whereas the Arabs... Task Critical Thinking Paper The American...
Conflict of cultures in the middle east
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...Arabs The cultural conflict between Israel and Palestine has become apersistent issue whose solution is yet to be attained. The conflict that started towards the end of the 19th century has yet to be resolved two centuries down the line. While there is a concession that the issue of land has become a source of conflict for many countries, the war between Jews and Arabs has become a complex matter with both sides raising pertinent issues. The conflict erupted during the statism era when all groups were gathering space to become independent entities as stand-alone countries. The Israel held the mentality that the Palestinian land belonged to them... The Middle East Cultural Conflict between Jews and Arabs ...
Gerrmany history
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...Arabs are much more formal in their speech as compared to Germans. When a Saudi Arab greets another, he says, “Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh” (Huda). On the other hand, a German greets another German by saying, “Hi.” This is the best demonstration of the difference between the speech of a Saudi Arab and a German. There is so much use of formal words in the Arabic language as compared to the German language that a German may never be able to understand the Arab psychology. When Germans miss a deadline, they hold individuals accountable for the delay. They blame one another and say that the deadline could have been... 25 October Comparison of Saudi culture with the German culture Saudi...
Dubai Cultural environment
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...Arabs and they have varied social norms; thus understanding the cultural environment by the ventures conducting business in Dubai is essential. This is because recognizing cultural environment of Dubai is significant because it will enable the foreigners or investors to carry out their business effectively. Adekola and Bruno (38) argue that understanding the cultural environment of a place where an entrepreneur wants to conduct business is significant. This is because culture may impact effective business... Lecturer: Dubai Cultural environment Dubai is one of the countries in the Middle East that has varied cultural beliefs, social norms and traditional values. Islamic is the official religion for...
German and Arabian Stereotypes
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...Arabs to be terrorists because of what the extremists in the Middle East do and the amplifications of foreign media. The truth is Arabs are warm and well-cultured people. Both countries must deal with the ignorance of others and they need to work... ?XXX XXX XXX XXX German and Arabian Stereotypes There are stereotypes between us Arabians and the Germans that are both similar and different. A stereotype is a basic conception based on popular ideas usually made by the media or experiences of others. The largest stigma that we have in common would have to be that we are we are murderers. Nazi Germany has a stigma that has cursed the country for six long decades. In relation, many foreigners believe Arabs to ...
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...Arab Nationalism. The author explains that Arab Nationalism is an ideology that has greatly shaped politics in Middle East. Prior to its publicization, Arab nationhood was not recognized. It is even said that Arab Nationhood has early roots, but was not known to the public. However, the Arab nationhood was to manifest itself later through formation of secret societies that would even see to the eviction of the Ottoman Empire from Syria. This explains why Kedourie (1974) argues that dubbing Arab Nationalism as a conception of the 20th century as purely fallacious. The Islam people... Chapter summary Chapter summary Part Introduction pp. 3-75 In the introduction, Kedourie (1974) gives a summary of Arab...
African exploration
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...Arabs and Swahilis in particular. Scientific geography was a very important part in the exploration. They used maps and explored the societies deeply as they were to produce a detailed account of whatever they were traversing. The adaptation of the culture and norms of the east Africans by the Arabs and the Swahilis is also a point of major... 125813 The article has got a number of issues discussed regarding the European and East Africans during the age of exploration. This has raised several important points which are of interest and need to be elaborated. The majority of the visitors coming to the African exploration were surprisingly not from the European explorers, in stead, they were the Africans, A...
Understanding the Arab culture
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...Arab world are associated with Arabs being terrorists, and Muslims. While these are untrue stereotypes held by individuals who have failed to understand the Arab world, it is relatively difficult to change these perceptions. Islam has its origins in the Arab world hence this is the main reason why many people perceive Arabs to be Muslims. The element of generalisation of Arabs remains an aspect which cannot be ascertained since individuals have different personalities and therefore cannot be like minded (Connable 2004). I agree that it is relatively difficult for people to understand the behaviours of the Arabs without... POSTING posting part I agree with you that the major stereotypes facing the Arab...
Arab world
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...ARAB WORLD Introduction: Looking into the history of the world at large, it becomes evident that human societies have always been stratified on the basis of caste, class, clan, race, region, religion, ethnicity, gender, age and socioeconomic status. It is ethnicity and racial discrimination that distinguishes one nation from the other. “Ethnicity is” Macionis submits, “a shared cultural heritage and people define themselves or others as members of an ethnic category based on common ancestry, language or religion that gives them a distinctive social identity.” (2007: p 364) Same is the case with the Arab world, which maintains its unique ethnographic...
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