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History: Middle East essays / Perspectives Of Orientalism
Introduction The Middle East has become a focal point in the last fifty years because of concerns regarding the regions role in economics, international security and politics. There is urgency in developing peace and development for the region: its position in the world’s oil markets and its role as gateway between Europe and Asia are critical reasons for the interest. There has been an exhaus...
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“Will the United Nations serve the purpose of its founding, or will it be irrelevant?” (President George W Bush. Address to UN General Assembly 12/09/02) This study proposes to delve into the complexity and intrigue that results when two worlds collide. It will focus on the relationship between the US and the UN and examine how it relates to international conflict resolution by usin...
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History: Middle East essays / Crusades - Saladin
Among the most intriguing and legendary figures of the Crusades is Saladin, or as he is more commonly referred to in Arabic, Salah ad-Din Yusuf Ibn Ayyub (Righteousness of Faith, Joseph son of Job).1 Christian and Muslim scholars alike have written volumes of work praising him as a man of virtuous qualities and heroism; in much of the literature, Salah ad-Din appears frequently as a con...
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History: Middle East essays / Bahrain
Table of Contents Section Page History 3 Cultural and Societal 5 Education 10 Business Climate 12 Government and Military 16 OVERVIEW OF BAHRAIN History of Bahrain Bahrain was once part of the ancient civilization of Dilmun and served as an important link in trade routes between Sumeria and the Indus Valley as much as 5000 years ago. Since the late 18th century Bahrain has bee...
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History: Middle East essays / Beruit To Jerusalem
The ongoing problems of the Middle East are complex and difficult to understand. In Beirut to Jerusalem Thomas Friedman uses the different tools to assess the state of affairs in the Middle East. Friedman uses the social sciences to analysis the situation that he observed when he was in Beirut writing for The New York Times. Being that Friedman is Jewish I rode off the book as a one-sided...
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History: Middle East essays / The Kurds - A Nation Without A State
Introduction Of all the ethnic groups in the world, the Kurds are one of the largest that has no state to call their own. According to historian William Westermann, "The Kurds can present a better claim to race purity...than any people which now inhabits Europe." (Bonner, p. 63, 1992) Over the past hundred years, the desire for an independent Kurdish state has ...
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History: Middle East essays / Kurds - A People Without A State-
Kurds - A People Without a State- Introduction Of all the ethnic groups in the world, the Kurds are one of the largest that has no state to call their own. According to historian William Westermann, "The Kurds can present a better claim to race purity...than any people which now inhabits Europe." (Bonner, p. 63, 1992) Over the past hundred years, the desire for an independent Kurdish...
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History: Middle East essays / War - Persian Gulf - Iraq
WHY WAR WAS UNAVOIDABLE IN THE PERSIAN GULF AND WHY IT WAS INEVITABLE THAT IRAQ WOULD LOSE War was inevitable in the Gulf and it was a war in which Iraq was inevitable to lose. There were several reasons why this was and became a reality. How, when, where did this process of self destruction begin? It was quite evident that Saddam Hussein, the president of Iraq, was becoming a military ...
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History: Middle East essays / The Us Is Murdering The Iraqis
The US is Murdering The Iraqis Each day we eat three meals a day, sometimes more. We listen to music, drive in our cars, or play on our high-tech computers. Some may pick up the newspaper, but other than those few words on the page, the American population is living a life of excess. Excess that is at the expense of other people s lives. The American people take pride in the capitalistic de...
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History: Middle East essays / The Negative Side Of Econom
According to U.S. News and World Report, January 15, 1998, the United Nations estimates that nearly one million Iraqi children are chronically malnourished. Infant mortality and waterborne illnesses are also up dramatically.(Omstad 42) These problems are a direct result of economic sanctions imposed on Iraq by the United States. Thomas Omstad, a field reporter for U.S. News and World Repo...
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History: Middle East essays / U.S. Relations With Kuwait
CIA Blue Paper: Kuwait Kuwait is located on the Northwest coast of the Persian Gulf in Southwest Asia. It is bordered by Iraq on the Northwest and North sides, and by Saudi Arabia on the South side. The country s total area, including the islands of Bubiyan, Warbah, and Faylakah is 6,880 square miles. (Encarta) Virtually the entire country, except for some small coastal areas, is barren des...
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Writers of feature articles may be asked why they write about such pressing issues. Felicity Arbuthnot, the writer of "Dying of shame" in the Jan/Feb ‘98 edition of the New Nationalist, may answer with the response that she feels, as a writer the responsibility of bringing these issues to the attention of a world wide audience. If so, she succeded. Her above mentioned article explores t...
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History: Middle East essays / U.S. And U.N. In Iraq
U.S. and U.N. in IraqSince the gulf war the United States and the United Nations have had to be theinternational police for Iraq. The main cause is there cruel dictator Saddam Hussein. "SaddamHussein, the Iraqi dictator is a ruthless despot who has brought enormous misery on his ownpeople. It is a pity he remains in power..." (Finley 27). Now Iraq s latest insubordination has justbacked u...
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History: Middle East essays / Iraqi And Kuwait - 1990'S
When Iraqi forces invaded and occupied Kuwait. The conflict reached its highest point in January and February of 1991 between Iraq and an international combination of forces led by the United States. The Iraqi attack began shortly after midnight on August 2nd. Approximately 150,000 Iraqi troops defeated the Kuwait forces of 20,000. By sunrise, the Iraqi troops had taken complete contr...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
The United States of America was justified in taking a dominate military role in the Persian Gulf crisis. This role was justified due to Saddam Husseins invasion of Kuwait, the threat of chemical warfare and the encouragement of the United States Congress and the United Nations Security Council. This conflict grew out of tension over oil, with Iraq claming that Kuwait was pumping oil from a fie...
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FOLLOWING IS A CHRONOLOGY OF THE MAIN IRAQI VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL RESOLUTIONS SINCE THE LIBERATION OF KUWAIT IN 1991. SEP 6-13 1991 - IRAQ FORBIDS THE UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL COMMISSION (UNSCOM) IN CHARGE OF ELIMATING IRAQ'S MASS DESTRUCTION WEAPONS FROM USING CHOPPERS IN THEIR SEARCH EFFORTS AND SURROUNDS A 44-STRONG TEAM OF THE INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY (IAEA) AFTER THE...
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History: Middle East essays / Selling Of Arms
The Selling of Armaments to Foreign Countries: Pros and Cons The wealthy nations sell or give armaments to the poorer nations. If you are not aware of what an armament is, it is a utensil or military set/sets of equipment. Since the end of the civil war, the United States has sold over $100 billion worth of weapons abroad. While other nations reduced their arms sales, the United States has ...
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History: Middle East essays / Yugoslavia-War And Peace
The U.S. has a very important job throughout the world. Not only does the government and the military have an important job, but the people do also. As citizens of the U.S., we are talked about around the world about our freedom of speech. Some countries don t approve of our ways, but it is our choice. And on the other hand some countries look on us to help them improve their government. We...
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History: Middle East essays / Saddam Hussein And Iraq
Saddam Hussein and Iraq Saddam Hussein, president of Iraq, is the person that makes the United States stand up and look at the Middle East as a threat to their personal safety. Who is Saddam really? Saddam came from a past that formed the President of Iraq that the United States is fighting with now. Saddam has a wife, a family, he has a country, and he is a grandfather; but even so he ...
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History: Middle East essays / The Persian Gulf War 2
The Persian Gulf War The Persian Gulf War, also known as Operation Desert Storm, was a war that separated good versus evil and what s right from wrong. It was the war that put the greedy and totalitarian Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein versus the American President George Bush. It was the 1st major international conflict since the end of the Cold War years earlier. The events leading to one of h...
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History: Middle East essays / Middle East
Middle East The political systems of Middle Eastern countries display considerable variety. For much of the post-World War II period, the greatest distinction was between the conservative, capitalist, pro-Western monarchies and the reformist, socialist, and neutralist or pro-Eastern republics, many of which were military regimes. Pan-Arabism, which seeks to reunite the Arabs, was a dom...
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I'm an American. There was a time when I would have said that enthusiastically, being proud of the country that I belong to and even prouder of what our country stands for. From what I was taught, and from what I once believed, America was meant to be a land of equality. It was a land that preached that all people have the right to live, the way they choose to, no matter what race, color or c...
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History: Middle East essays / Agatha Christie
AGATHA CHRISTIE Agatha Christie was born in 1890 in Torquay in England. Her father was called Frederick Miller so she was born as Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller. She was educated at home and studied singing and piano in Paris. In 1914 she married Archibald Christie, but then World War I had broken out. Agatha worked as a nurse in a Red Cross hospital in Torquay at that time and that experience...
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History: Middle East essays / Us Involvement In The Gulf War
In the early morning hours of 2 August 1990 Iraq sent an invasion force consisting of 120,000 troops and 2000 tanks into the neighboring country of Kuwait (Military Analysis Network, Operation Desert Shield ). The invasion force quickly overwhelmed the small country to the south, thus allowing Iraq to declare, in less that a week, that Kuwait had become Iraq s nineteenth province. The United Na...
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History: Middle East essays / Hooked On Ebonics
15 Feb 97 dayz: Today s Lesson: Hooked on Ebonics: 15 Feb 97 dayz: Today s Lesson: Hooked on Ebonics: Leroy is a 20 year old 9th grader. This be Leroy s homework assignment. He must use each vocabulary word in a sentence. Foreclose: If I pay alimony this month, I ll have no money foreclose. Rectum: I once had two cadillacs, but my ol lady rectum. Ho I gave my girlfriend the crabs ...
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History: Middle East essays / Golf War
The Persian Gulf War The war in the Persian Gulf was a war of religious favor, cruel leadership, and greed. Desert Storm or more commonly known ass The Golf War was the same type of war that had accrued in this area for many years except for one fact. In Operation Desert Storm, it was a mix of sophisticated technology and the combined leadership and cooperation from the coalition that was use...
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Glen Gemeniano COM100 12-1-98 Persuasive rebuttal speech I am refuting my previous speech where I tried to persuade you that the United States didn't need to take military action aganst Iraq, because by doing so we would be imposing our value system upon them. I felt I needed to refute my previous speech, because It is important to understand the whole situation before drawing a con...
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History: Middle East essays / Iraq
, p.232). This statement however was countered by analysts stating “the war was more immediately the result of poor political judgment and miscalculation on the part of Saddam Hussein”(Iraq: A Country Study, p.232). Against the high moral and fully equipped army of Iraq, Iran slowly penetrated Iraq’s forces and forced a withdrawal. In more recent years, Iraqi leader Saddam Husse...
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History: Middle East essays / The Persian Gulf War
On August 2nd, 1990 the first Iraqi tanks crossed into Kuwait, as part of an invasion that marked the start of a six-month conflict between the United States and Iraq. These tanks were ordered to invade Kuwait by Saddam Hussein, the ruthless dictator of Iraq. The Iraqi troops took money from Kuwaiti businesses and brutalized Kuwaiti civilians. Saudi Arabia began to fear that they may be ...
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On August 2nd, 1990 the first Iraqi tanks crossed into Kuwait, as part of an invasion that marked the start of a six-month conflict between the United States and Iraq. These tanks were ordered to invade Kuwait by Saddam Hussein, the ruthless dictator of Iraq. The Iraqi troops looted Kuwaiti businesses and brutalized Kuwaiti civilians. Saudi Arabia began to fear that they may...
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History: Middle East essays / The Gulf War In The 90S
The attack of Iraqi military forces to a small Arab state called Kuwait on orders from president Saddam Hussein caused The US to interfere with the situation resulting in a war called The Gulf War of 1991 starting in January 16 ending in February 28. The military campaign against Iraq had two phase: The Air War and the Ground War . The aim of the air war was to destroy the str...
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History: Middle East essays / Hussein S Kuwait
We can see that Iraq s claim on Kuwait was not a sudden incident. There had been a history of demands and combat throughout the twentieth century. The culmination of all this was Iraq s invasion of Kuwait on August 2, 1990. The United Nations immediately issued Resolution 660 demanding an immediate withdrawal from Kuwait. Next came Resolution 661 on August 6, 1990, which called for economic sanc...
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History: Middle East essays / Saddam Hussein
SADDAM HUSSEIN Saddam Hussein is the authoritarian president of Iraq since 1979 who has led his country into two devastating wars. Born to a poor farming family in Tikrit, a town north of Baghdad, Hussein was raised by his widowed mother and other relatives. He moved to Baghdad in 1955 and became involved in politics, joining the opposition Baath Party, an Arab nationalist movement. Hussein ros...
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History: Middle East essays / Operation Desert Storm
Operation Desert Storm The war in the Persian Gulf was a war of religious fervor, and cruel dictatorship. Desert Storm was the same type of war that had occurred in this area for many years except for one fact. In Operation Desert Storm, sophisticated technology was used to end the war in a quick and timely manner. In 1979, Saddam Hussein and his army took control of Iraq, and they immediate...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
Throughout American history wars have played a huge part. From the start of the country to the present wars have played a lagrge part in shaping America into the national power that it is today. Not only is America the most pwerful nation in thwe world but it is also the policeman for the entire world, making and checking up on the world and all the interactions of foreign countries world...
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History: Middle East essays / Us Affairs
The U.S. plays a major role in most of the international affairs because the U.S. is considered to be a powerful nation. The Economy of America is strong, and the military power is one of the biggest in the world. There was a Persian Gulf War back in 1991 when the U.S. attacked Iraq. Sadam Hussein, the President of Iraq, was trying to capture Kuwait. Kuwait is considered ...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
The Gulf War On the 2nd of August 1990, Iraq invaded Kuwait. Millions of trees, wildlife, marine life, humans and the environment in general, were destroyed. This invasion, was called the GULF WAR. The social, environmental and economic impacts will be felt for years. The Gulf War was a major environmental disaster. Wildlife and their habitat was destroyed both in Iraq and Kuwait. Grass, ...
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History: Middle East essays / Propaganda: And It's Use In The Gulf War
In order to gain the support of the public, countries use propaganda. During the Gulf War, Saddam Hussein and George Bush used propaganda to gain the support of their respective public. Propaganda was everywhere. It was on the radio and television and it brought the war into millions of homes. Propaganda was a vital part of the Gulf War because it provided the US and Iraq with the suppor...
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History: Middle East essays / Un Sanctions In Iraq
United Nations sanctions against Iraq, which were put in place after the Persian Gulf War, are hurting the people of Iraq rather than Saddam Hussein himself. Hussein is using the money he receives from illegal trade and programs to help the people of Iraq for his own personal use. The sanctions were originally created to force Hussein to stop building weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Huss...
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History: Middle East essays / Air Strike
History: American: air strike March 04, 1998 IRAQ AND THE UNITED STATES In the past seven years there has been a great deal of tension concerning the United States and Iraq. The United States have been discussing conducting air strikes against Iraq. The 1991 Gulf War may not have been as successful as believed. The United States spent millions of American dollars to support the w...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
Controversial Issues: Justifying the Persian Gulf War On January 16, 1991 the Gulf War had officially started, and for good reason. In August of 1990, Saddam Hussein sent armies to Kuwait, to take it over. When the United States had unwittingly given Saddam help when fighting against the Iranians, we had also given him a military that was one of the world’s largest and most lethal....
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History: Middle East essays / World Conflicts
In the 1990's,conflicts have threatened peace in many nations or areas of the world. Nigeria has been disrupted by conflict between prodemocracy forces and its military leaders. Nigeria has been ruled by military dictators for most of its 35 years of independence. The first elections held in over ten years in 1993 gave a landslide victory to Moshood Abiola, a prominent businessman, who...
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History: Middle East essays / Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein (1937- ), authoritarian president of Iraq since 1979) who has led his country into two devastating wars. Born to a poor farming family in Tikrît, a town north of Baghdâd, Hussein was raised by his widowed mother and other relatives. He moved to Baghdâd in 1955 and became involved in politics, joining the opposition Baath Party, an Arab nationalist movem...
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History: Middle East essays / Kurds
Why don’t the Kurds have a state? The Kurds are a scattered, tribal people who live in the plateaus and mountains where Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Turkey overlap. They make up a significant minority of the population of these Middle Eastern states. They are mainly Sunni Muslim, but have a language and culture of their own, quite different from the Arabs, Persians, and Turks. In the early...
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History: Middle East essays / The Gulf War
The Gulf War The Gulf war originally started between Iraq and Kuwait. These two countries had a border dispute over the Persian Gulf Islands for many years but had never let it elevate to a level as bad as the Gulf War. In 1979 the president of Iraq was replaced by Saddam Hussein and was automatically placed into war with Iran until 1989. In March 1989 Hussein signed an agreement with ...
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History: Middle East essays / Operation Desert Storm
American History Essay Desert Storm In 1979 Saddam Hussien took control of Iraq, and immediately set the tone for his rule by killing 21 of his cabinet members. He wanted to make his country whole once again so in 1990 he invaded Kuwait and in less than 4 hours he had taken Kuwait and controlled 24% of the worlds oil supplies. It seemed like his next attack would be on Saudi Arabia. This was w...
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History: Middle East essays / Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein, an Iraqi political leader, was born to a poor Arab family on April 28, 1937. Hussein studied law in Egypt after his attempt to assassinate the premier of Iraq, Abdul Karim Kassem, in 1959. In the summer of 1968, the Baath party returned to power and named Hussein as deputy chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council. Hussein has been described by many as ...
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History: Middle East essays / Sanctions On Iraq
Sanctions on Iraq The sanctions that have been placed on Iraq by the United States 10 years ago are now being the cause of the death of thousands of children because of inadequate medicine, food and water. The united states have been asked by the united nations and many other countries to remove these sanctions over the Iraqi people so they can go back to living their normal healthy lives and t...
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History: Middle East essays / Iraqi Organizations
Iraqi OrganizationsThe Iraqi National Congress-An opposition group of various political organizations that oppose the "brutal regime" of Saddam Hussein. Its main focus is to get Hussein out of office and take control of Iraq. Established in 1992, it represents the basic pluralistic nature of Iraqi society. They have many s on the inside and will most likely take over when Saddam is...
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History: Middle East essays / International Law
INTERNATIONAL LAW Military law; Gulf war History One of the main reasons why Iraq invaded Kuwait was to pay for its heavy post war debt burden amounting to $80 billion from the Iraq-Iran war. Initially Saddam Hussein was going to solve his problem by selling oil, but the end of the war eventually increased world oil productions and prices fell. The situation all got worse when Saddam Hu...
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History: Middle East essays / The Gulf War
The Gulf War The Persian Gulf war was launched on January 6, 1991, after international diplomatic efforts and sanctions had failed to force Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait, which was ilegally invaded on August 2, 1990, by the january 15th deadline set by the united nations. The 31-nation military moved against Iraq, commanded by U.S. general H. Norman Schwarzkopf, included forces ...
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History: Middle East essays / Iraq And United States Constitutions
Even though the countries of Iraq and the United States have much friction between each other it is very surprising how much the constitutions of both nations are alike. James Madison became the main writer of the United States Constitution, which was adopted in 1789 . The 13 states ratified the constitution, making it the basis of the Government of the United States. In 1990 the Iraqi governm...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
The attack of Iraqi military forces to a small Arab state called Kuwait on orders from president Saddam Hussein caused The US to interfere with the situation resulting in a war called The Gulf War of 1991 starting in January 16 ending in February 28. The military campaign against Iraq had two phase: The Air War and the Ground War . The aim of the air war was to destroy the stratecigally impo...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
The attack of Iraqi military forces to a small Arab state called Kuwait on orders from president Saddam Hussein caused The US to interfere with the situation resulting in a war called The Gulf War of 1991 starting in January 16 ending in February 28. The military campaign against Iraq had two phase: The Air War and the Ground War . The aim of the air war was to destroy the stratecigall...
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In analyzing the Persian Gulf Crisis originally between Iraq and Kuwait, one must first understand the factors that contributed to the conflict. In 1980, Iraq carried out a major air and land attack on Iran. For eight years, the Iran-Iraq War grew more intense, until the U.S. “accidentally” downed an Iranian plane, killing 290 passengers. Three factors contributed to this war:...
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History: Middle East essays / Iraq Protests To Un
Kyle Moore 3/28/2K Social studies: A Current Events #5 Iraq Protests to UN Over U.S.-British Air Strikes This article was about the accused bombing of an Iraqi farm. Iraq is accusing the U.S. and Britain of bombing a small town near Lake Sawa 190 miles south of Baghdad, and injuring 8 civilians, on March 11th. The local paper said that the injured people 6 of which were civil servant...
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History: Middle East essays / Kuwait
Kuwait, seeking to avoid looking like a puppet of outside powers, did not call on the United States or other non-Arab powers for support. For their part, the U.S. and other Western governments generally expected that at worst Iraq would seize some border area to intimidate Kuwait, so they avoided being pulled into the dispute. Arab mediators convinced Iraq and Kuwait to negotiate their di...
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History: Middle East essays / The Selective Media And The Middle East
In the United States, many students are taught to believe that the media is very biased and intentionally discards “happy” news that originates from the Middle East and South Asia. Although the media is selective in its coverage of certain issues pertaining to foreign affairs, I do not believe that the media is currently attempting to portray the Middle East and South Asia as ...
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History: Middle East essays / The Need For Peace In The Middle East
The Need For Peace in the Middle East The quest for peace in the Middle East has been going on for decades. It all started in 1948 when Israel declared its independence and fought Arab nations to secure it. However, the Arabs were left unsatisfied while the Israelis wanted more control over land. In 1967, the ‘six-day war’ erupted, resulting with Israel seizing the West Bank, Gaza...
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History: Middle East essays / Foreign Aid
Since the United States is one of the last remaining super powersof the world, we have the obligation to maintain and support good relations with the smaller and weaker nations throughout the world. We should take full advantage of thisauthority in severaldifferent ways. First the U.S. must focus on investing and trading withthose nations whohave yet to become economic powers; second, we ...
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History: Middle East essays / Peace In The Middle East
Throughout history religious groups have always claimed the Holy Land which ispresently know as Israel. There are two primary groups who think that they have right tothe land, the Arabs and the Israelis. There are three main claims of land in the disputebetween the Arabs and Israelis: historical, and political. However, it appears that theIsraelis undoubtedly have more claim to stake to ...
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History: Middle East essays / God Dies By The Nile
“God Dies By The Niles” After reading “God Dies By The Nile” by Nawal El Saadawi one can begin to realize how much different life in the Middle East is in comparison to areas such as China and India which we have studied. The term Middle East refers to South Western Asia and North Eastern Africa The Middle east has many very interesting features and aspects about it such as the...
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The Arab world has been one of the most confusing areas known to the western world. Because of this confusion, the people of the Middle East have been made to suffer, not only at the hands of the west, but also by their own. Even though Arab and western world relations have been stabalizing, they are still long way off from achieving a lasting peace. The roots of all these problems go back to ...
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History: Middle East essays / Gulf War
The United States was just in sending military aid to Kuwait during the Persian Gulf War. Kuwait was invaded by Saddam Hussein and taken over in six short hours due to the lack of strength in Kuwait s Army. Once Hussein took control he seized Kuwait City, airports, army barracks, and oil fields. This left Kuwait helpless and in desperate need. Therefore, the U.S. invaded after, Hussein s control...
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History: Middle East essays / Arab Israeli Conflict
Arab-Israeli Conflict The Chicago Tribune published an article by Ray Moseley entitled Arab-Israeli street battles claim more lives…, which examines the continuous struggle for peace in the Middle East. This article discusses how many Arabs are being killed at the hands of Israeli soldiers. These killings as horrible as they seem, are not uncalled for. Arabs have been known in the pas...
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History: Middle East essays / East Timor
Sign of Hope Date Source 1/2/00 Internet* East Timor: A newly born country. We all probably know about East Timor’s history. A colony of Portugal, and then captured by the strength of Indonesia in the mid-‘70’s, East Timor didn’t believe that their sign of hope would come true. But they were wrong. In the early parts of ’99, East Timor saw their opport...
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History: Middle East essays / Rising Oil Prices Analysis
Analysis Back before the 70 s oil from the Middle East was very cheep, and in North America, it was about $4 a barrel. But then, the leaders of the Middle East discovered that everyone needed their oil, so they formed OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries). Practically overnight, they jacked up the prices of oil by limiting the supply. This was the first oil crisis. It lasted for...
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History: Middle East essays / Religion Ways
Members of religions have all acted to unify their society at some point in time. The Arabs in the Middle East tried to unify all the Arab states and three men tried to unify “warring states” of Japan. Those two religions acted to bring people together for a good cause. Buddhism and Shinto were the two most popular belief systems of Japan. Shinto was a religion that was abou...
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History: Middle East essays / Fibonacci
Leonardo da Pisa, or more commonly known as Fibonacci , was born in Pisa, Italy in 1175. He was the son of Guilielmo Bonacci, a secretary of the Republic of Pisa. His father was only a secretary, so he was often sent to do work in Pisan trading colonies. He did this for many years until 1192. In 1192, Bonacci got a permanent job as the director of the Pisan trading colony in Bugia, Alge...
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History: Middle East essays / Fibonacci
Leonardo da Pisa, or more commonly known as Fibonacci , was born in Pisa, Italy in 1175. He was the son of Guilielmo Bonacci, a secretary of the Republic of Pisa. His father was only a secretary, so he was often sent to do work in Pisan trading colonies. He did this for many years until 1192. In 1192, Bonacci got a permanent job as the director of the Pisan trading colony in Bugia, Algeria. ...
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History: Middle East essays / Qur'an (Koran, Quran)
According to the traditional account the Koran was revealed to Muhammad, usually by an angel, gradually over a period of years until his death in 632 C.E. It is not clear how much of the Koran had been written down by the time of Muhammad’s death, but it seems probable that there was no single manuscript in which the Prophet himself had collected all the revelations. Nonetheless, th...
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History: Middle East essays / Egyptian Music
There are no specific words to describe the beauty of Egyptian music. Although I have lived there all my life, I only took notice of the ingenuity around two years ago; when I started playing the guitar. Egypt is located in the heart of the Middle East. It has always been the doors from Africa to Asia and vice versa, therefore, a strategic point on the map. From this, Egypt has been under consta...
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History: Middle East essays / Aristotle
Aristotle Aristotle was a Greek philosopher, educator, and scientist. He was one of the greatest and most influential thinkers in Western culture. He familiarized himself with the entire development of Greek thought preceding him. In his own writings, Aristotle considered, summarized, criticized, and further developed all the intellectual tradition that he had inherited from his teacher,...
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History: Middle East essays / History Of Arabic Music
Arabic music is my favorite musical styling. Although I have come to enjoy classical and contemporary styling as well, Arabic music has almost an innate quality of enjoyment for me. Its songs speak of the life and culture of Arabic countries and its melody is not commonly heard on American radio stations. Its songs tell the story of the Arabic people, people who are similar to Americans but a...
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History: Middle East essays / The Islam Religion
Islam is a religion that is still very much alive today. A man named Mohammed offered Arabs the religion of Islam. Mohammed was born in about 570 A.D. in Mecca. He became known for honesty and good business sense when he was a teenager. He married a woman by the name of Khadija who was a widow that ran her own business. He often meditated in a cave outside Mecca and rejected the many go...
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History: Middle East essays / Islamic Civilization
Muslim Arabs all along have absorbed cultures form different territories they took over like the Roman Empire and Persian Empire. It would be good to mention that this civilization achieved many goals during their existence mainly in the topics of mathematics and astronomy. All in all the empire lasted from about 750 to 1258 A.D. Let us go through their history. The Arabs had expanded in...
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History: Middle East essays / Islam
Islam means, "surrender to god" and believers in Islam are called Muslims, or "those who surrender". They worship Allah, an Arabic term that means "the God" (al-El). The Islamic house of worship is a mosque. Unlike Jews and Christians, Muslims do not have a Sabbath, but many Muslims gather in mosques on Friday afternoon for prayers. Muslims believe that Muhammad was the last of a series of holy...
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History: Middle East essays / Arabian Culture
From my study of the Internet readings, it is my understanding that the Arabian culture is one based on respect. The rituals and habits formed in this culture are such that everyone is regarded morally and modestly. Some of the body gestures that stood out when reviewing the passages were those used in the Dewaniah (a gathering room in the Arabic home). Before you enter the house, you a...
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* On earth we LIVED. Therefore, with that key word we have to look * at both positive, and negative to understand it entirely. Now after * doing so we have to accept the negative side of it, and say so did * the DEVIL. With the negative seeming to be more powerful than the * positive, we have to keep in mind that there can’t be one without * the other. It’s all a matter o...
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History: Middle East essays / Arabic Calligraphy
Arabic Calligraphy Arabic calligraphy is one of the greatest arts of the Arabs. Because Islam forbade the making and worshipping of idols, there was no scope for arts like sculpture to develop and, therefore, Muslims directed their talents towards arts such as literature, architecture, arabesque and calligraphy. Another main reason for the development of calligraphy was the need to mak...
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History: Middle East essays / Granada, Spain
Granada is a city in Spain that has 250-350, 000 people. Granada is a student city with a large amount of people coming from outside to study. In January there are lots of blue skies and it is warm when the sun is shining but it gets cold at night. There are occasional frosts. The best time to visit Granada is in the Spring and Autumn when the temperature is just perfect with warm sunny d...
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History: Middle East essays / Arab-American
Writing a self-reflective tirade is perhaps one of the most difficult tasks to perform. The part of my life that I am going to make known to you, is a subject that I myself have been wondering about. I have found myself pondering this topic for an unusually long time; I decided to write about my culture-- the one thing about myself which I understand the least. This question which is so easy fo...
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History: Middle East essays / Aquarius Viewing And History
Aquarius can be found in the SE sky in autumn, especially October. A dark night is especially helpful because many faint stars make up Aquarius. This will help to make the fainter stars stand out because its hard enough to see a shape in Aquarius. Up and to the west of aquarius, pegasus can be found. Down and to the east of aquarius, capricorn can be found. Aquarius portrays a man or b...
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History: Middle East essays / Arabic Literature
Anthony Baldino Mr. Crudele English IV December 10, 2000 Arabic Literature I. 1. Many would say that the Arabian culture has contributed the most to our culture in the areas of science and philosophy. 2. However they have also contributed much in the area of literature. 3. You can see there influences in the books before you. II. 1. Possibly the oldest form of Arabian liter...
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History: Middle East essays / What Is Arabic Culture
Many have asked what essetial ingredients formulate the Arabic Culture. Since this deals with such a large area, in both time and space, it is very much so as G.H von Wright writes, hard to limit it from earlier and contemporary civilizations. The question is if one is able to/should attempt to do so. Through history many different tribes have ruled Mesopotamia (which becomes a natural starting...
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History: Middle East essays / Algerian Fundamentalists
Armed Islamic Group, Groupe Islamic Armee, Armed Islamig Group, El-Djam's El-islamia El Mosalaha, or GIA mean the same thing for Algerians. They all strike fear within the hearts of Algerians in almost all walks of life. Their actions are described as having "no distinction given to who they kill. They kill women, children, babies in the most horrible way." However, the GIA justifies their act...
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History: Middle East essays / Suez Canal
The Suez Canal The Suez Canal is an achievement that man has made and a great help through the entire world. This is one of many difficult tasks that man has done and completed. This was a big task and a big construction and was done many years ago. This canal only transported a little water and was not deep enough for ships or boats. The idea of liking the Mediterranean Sea and Re...
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History: Middle East essays / The Pyramids Of Egypt
Imagine yourself back in time, 4500 years ago to a time of discovery and a time of development. Imagine being so loyal to the ruler of your land that you struggle to build great monuments, and later burial sites. Monuments and burial sites of such great design, size, and architectural precision that to attempt to replicate them today is completely unheard of, but does the great pharaoh Khufu, who ...
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History: Middle East essays / The Iraq Crisis
The Iraq Crisis The recent military action against Iraq by the USA and Britain has plunged the world closer to large-scale war than we have been since 1945. The question is, why have the USA instigated such actions? In my opinion, and in the opinion of any rational person, these attacks have been unnecessary and have constituted an attempt by a ludicrously weak president to divert attentio...
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History: Middle East essays / The Death Of King Hussein
The principal geographical feature of Jordan is an arid plateau that thrusts abruptly upward on the eastern shores of the Jordan River and the Dead Sea, reaching a height of about 610 to 915 m (about 2000 to 3000 ft), then sloping gently downward toward the Syrian Desert in the extreme east of the country. The Jordan Valley is in the deep depression of the Rift Valley, which is about 213 m (about ...
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History: Middle East essays / King Hussein's Death
The article is basically about the death of King Hussein.He was the King of the Hashemite Kingdom for 47 years since he was 17 years old. His majesty was declared clinically dead on February 5TH 1999, after his return from the United States.He was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma which is a kind of cancer in 1992.He recently underwent six months of treatment for his disease at the Mayo Clinic i...
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History: Middle East essays / Roman Gladaiators
ROMAN GLADIATORS In most peoples opinion the Roman gladiator games were gruesome and would not be permitted in our society today. However the sport was ever so popular in Rome where it was considered the main sport and socail event. It was performed in a giant stadium were people all over Rome would come to see It took ten years and a lot of money, hard work and creativity to complete the Ro...
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History: Middle East essays / Arab-Israeli Conflict
The beginning of this seemingly age-old battle began in 1917 when the Balfor Declaration was created. The Balfor Declaration promised that the Zionists would have a permanent home in Palestine. This document caused some commotion because; it conflicted with what other nations were planning to do with the area. Anglo-France planned to divide the near east between themselves and earlier, Britain enc...
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Change of Interests: The Evolution of the Isrealite Leader Ever since the Lord first made his covenant with Abraham, Israel has always needed a leader. The Israelite society grows and changes and their interests as a group shift to allow the society to progress. Throughout the Old Testament the Isrealites' leaders reflect society in that they each represent what was needed in a leader at...
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History: Middle East essays / Arabia And Muhammad
Arabia Arabians are a semstic group of the caucasoid race. Little is know about them because they have been isolated until the sixteenth century when Europeans circumnavigated the globe and occupied Musscat and other points on the golf coast. The first mentions of Arabia were in Babylonian records, the Bible, and in south Arabian inscriptions. In the third millenium B.C., Egyp...

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