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Islam, which is today, one of the greatest religions of the world had its origin in Arabia in the seventh century. The doctrines of this faith were first proclaimed by Proclaimed by Prophet Muhammad under whose banner the scattered tribes of Arabia became a nation. Prophet Muhammad was born in A.D. 570 at Mecca in Arabia.
From the beginning, Muhammad was absorbed in religion. He would often withdraw and spend days and night at a cave near Mt. Hira close to Mecca. Here he meditated and prayed. One night, as he was alone in the cave the angle Gabriel appeared to him and proclaimed Muhammad to be the messenger of Allah. He bade Muhammad to spread his faith among the people of Arabia.
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List of Upgraded Candidates on Open Merit Seats for Sargodha Medical College, Sargodha for the session 2013-2014 (2nd December 2013)
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June 16, 2015
About the year 570 there was a child named Muhammad. He was born into a clan of Quraish, which was the ruling tribe of Mecca. Mecca is now known as Saudi Arabia. This child would become the prophet of Islam. Muhammad’s father died before he was born and he was raised by his mother , Aminah till the age of 6 where he was sent to live with his Grandfather who was the head of the Clan Hashim. After the death of his grandfather Muhammad was then raised by his uncle his name was Abu Talib. Muhammad endured and made the best of the harsh desert life. In his twenties he fell in love with a woman named Khadijah a widow of a...
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Meaning of the Name, Islam
The meaning of the name “Islam” is original from the Arabic root, “Salema”. The Salema is stand of peace, purity, submission and obedience. As the religious sense all around the world, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to his law. Everything and every phenomenon in the world other than man is administered totally by God-made laws, ie. They are obedient to God and submissive to his laws, they are in the State of Islam. Man possesses the qualities of intelligence and choice, thus he is invited to submit to the good will of God and obey His law, ie, become a Muslim. Submission to the good will of God, together with...
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* Selim III was overthrown and European powers began looking for ways to take the lands.
* Geopolitics is the interest of taking lands because of its strategic positioning, geopolitics played an important role in Ottoman lands
* Powers were very interested in Ottoman lands since it would control the Mediterranean and Atlantic sea trade. Merchants had to go through these lands.
* The discovery of oil in Persia and Arabian Peninsula created more tension around this area
Russia and Crimean War
* Russia wanted to gain the Ottoman lands because of its grain exports
* Russian czars would launch a war on the Ottomans to gain the Black Sea territory
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Islam is a religion of that faith encompasses much of the Bible and its teachings. It is said that this religion has some basis in the son Ismael whom Abraham took with his mother and left in the desert as a precaution to not making his wife Sarah jealous after Ismael’s birth. Later Muhammad who is believed by the Islamic people to be a messenger or prophet of God was the first model for the Islamic religion and it is his prophetic recitations that make up the word of God given to his followers throughout his lifetime. There have been a few prophets in the Islamic faith who have succeeded Muhammad after his death. The Islamic people are now called Muslims follow a...
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Social learning theory when an individual learns how; to do a various form of criminal activity within society. Like robbing banks or people, murders, kidnappings, selling drugs, assaulting with a deadly weapon in so forth. The criminal acts that people learn, from the people that he or she surround their selves with on a daily basis. That feels nothing wrong, with committing any of these forms of crimes. That the associates present stimuli according to their foundation place within the public as well as the economic location, gender, culture, class, also subculture. It the part of the theory where disparity reinforcement stress person has various social groups also situations present to him...
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Early life and education
Muhammad Yunus at Chittagong Collegiate School, while visiting the school in 2003.
The third of nine children, Yunus was born on 28 June 1940 to a Muslim family in the village of Bathua, by the Boxirhat Road in Hathazari, Chittagong, in the British Raj (modern Bangladesh). His father was Hazi Dula Mia Shoudagar, a jeweler, and his mother was Sufia Khatun. His early childhood years were spent in the village. In 1944, his family moved to the city of Chittagong, and he was shifted to Lamabazar Primary School from his village school. By 1949, his mother was afflicted with psychological illness. Later, he passed the...
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1.1 COMPANY DESCRIPTION
Smart-Tech Product Technology SDN BHD was incorporated under the Companies Act, 1965 on 30th June 2015. Smart-Tech Product Technology SDN BHD performance has stepped forward to increase the supply of its expertise in the field of kitchen equipment innovation. With a leading of board of directors skill in business field, Smart Product Technology SDN BHD now aims to diversify its activities to participate in the field of industrial and service sectors and field of business thrive. Smart Product aims to make a company successful in the rural sector as well as create a more dynamic, attractive and profitable operation in line with the...
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American Freedoms for the Muslim World
Image courtesy of imamluqman.wordpress.com HUM/176 November 25, 2012
American Freedoms for the Muslim World
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Freedom of Speech Social Media The Innocence of Muslims Responsibility Liberty for Safety
All Men Are Created Equal
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What is Equality? Differences Working Together All Our Opinions Have Merit Ignorance and Mocking Illusion of Superiority
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Right Given By God All From the Same Origin The Lien Holder What You Believe What Our Founding Fathers Intended
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Afleveringsopgaver til modul 1 – Jerusalem
Redegør for det religionsfaglige begreb ”helligsted”
Et helligsted betragtes særligt biblen og ikke mindst kirker som helligdomme. I europa var en kirkes status som hellig oprindeligt stærkt forbundet med at den blev opført på et helligt sted som ofte var lig med at et mirakel eller martyrium angiveligt havde fundet sted på stedet, eller en hellig person var begravet i eller ved kirken.
Giv en kort præsentation af de to helligsteder gravkirken og al-Aqsa-området
Gravkirken betragtes som et af de helligeste steder. Jesus grav. Der findes 14 stationer på ruten Via Dolorosa hvor fra Jesus bliver dømt til døden til stedet...
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Throughout the 20th century in Afghanistan, many violent and nonviolent Islamist Movements have emerged. Some of the more violent movements include the Taliban, al-Qa’ida, and the Islamic State. The Taliban originated during the Soviet, US, and Saudi Arabian supported civil war in Afghanistan from the Pakistani-trained, US sponsored mujahidin. This civil war, the bombing at Kabul, and the many massacres of civilians contributed to the emergence of the group. The US got involved in the civil war to help out allies, in which led to a bundle of hatred for the US by the Taliban. The ideology of the Taliban is an innovative form of shari’a, which combines Pashtun tribal...
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Bismillah al rahman al rahim: Ultimate pillar connecting divine and vicegerent.
The religion of Islam is rich in rituals, myths and symbols, but the true testimony of an individual’s relationship with god, or in the case of Muslims Allah, is seen in the duties of worship “ibadat”. Duties of worship are also better known as the five pillars of Islam, which creates a relationship between Allah and his people, as well as the relationship that human beings have amongst themselves. From the name of the faith there can already be seen the importance of Allah, as Islam in Arabic can be translated as submission, and as one will see, the follower of Islam submits himself first and foremost to...
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Factors Effecting Brand Preferences: A Comparative Study of McDonald’s and KFC
Abstract The study was undertaken with an objective to identify factors affecting brand food products about two major food industries i.e. Mc-Donald’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). Factors included were taste and quality of product, price of product, delivery of product, availability of product, environment of restaurant, staff of behavior and value for money. A pre design questionnaire was used to collect relevant data about these two food industries. The study found that the product of KFC were relatively better as compared to that of Mc-Donald’s in most of the traits studied...
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Comparison and Contrast Paper
Founder(s) of the religion
There are five major religions of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism have a different origins.
The founder of Christianity was Jesus Christ. He was born in Bethlehem around 6-4BC. He was the son of Joseph and the Virgin Mary and in his early years most like trained as a carpenter under his father. Around the age of 30 he was baptized by John the Baptist and at the moment it was said the heavens opened up and God proclaimed that Jesus was his son and resulted in the beginning of his ministry and established a group that he called the twelve apostles. It was around this time where Jesus spent forty...
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“PROGRAM DELEGASI AKADEMIK
PELAJAR JURUSAN PERAKAUNAN
FAKULTI EKONOMI DAN MUAMALAT
UNIVERSITI SAINS ISLAM MALAYSIA (USIM)
IPTA | Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), Nilai, Negeri Sembilan |
Nama Program | Lawatan Antarabangsa di Beijing |
Aktiviti Utama Program | * Lawatan akademik di beberapa buah university di Beijing * Lawatan industri di beberapa buah syarikat/kilang |
Matlamat dan Objektif Program | * Meletakkan universiti pada kelasnya yang tersendiri melalui interaksi dengan dunia luar untuk mengintegrasikan ilmu naqli dan aqli untuk mentransformasi dan menghasilkan nilai kepada negara,...
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Muslim scholars argue that both male and female faithful ought to maintain modest dress. This kind of dressing entails covering the area between the navel and the knee, as well as wearing of silk by men. On the other hand, female dressing has caused controversy for a long time with some believing that the hands and face must ordinarily appear during the day, and the exposure of the full face is not required. In Quran versus, Muhammad instructs women to completely cover themselves and men to avert their gaze in the name of modesty. These scholars argue that the hijab or a head covering is necessary, whereas the nigab is not a must. The Quran mentions a number of policies which governs how...
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Muhammad Uda Pramudita
Pembelajaran merupakan suatu langkah hidup yang mutlak di tempuh oleh setiap manusia. Pembelajaran bisa didapatkan dari langkah formal yaitu sekolah mulai dari taman kanak kanak hingga tingkat universitas, ataupun melalui bimbingan belajar program les dan kursus. Pembelajaran juga bisa didapatkan melalui langkah non formal, misal dari pengalaman kita hidup, dan dari sana kita diharapkan untuk terus berpikir dan belajar untuk menjadi manusia yang lebih baik. Hidup dengan terus belajar juga sangat dianjurkan oleh agama yang saya anut. allah menjanjikan untuk meninggikan derajat orang yang beriman dan berilmu (Q.S. al-mujadilah/ 58: 11). Jadi dengan menuntut ilmu kita...
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World Traditions II
April 14, 2014
When studying Islam, it is important to understand the essential elements of the faith, how they are practiced, and the distinctions among the three branches: Shiite Islam, Sunni Islam, and Sufism.
Write a 1- to 2-paragraph response for each of the following directives and note where there are differences among the three branches of Islam.
I. Explain the meaning of the name, Islam.
The Muslim’s tried to introduce Islam as a religion. Islam is an Arabic word, which they tried to make people believe that this word means peace and that it rejects violence with compliance and...
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Mini Bio (1)
Bassem Ra'fat Mohamed Youssef is an Egyptian cardiac surgeon, satirist, and the host of El Bernameg ("The Program"), a satirical news program broad casted by Egyptian television station Capital Broadcast Center (CBC). The press has compared Youssef with American comedian Jon Stewart, whose satire program The Daily Show inspired Youssef to begin his career. Bassem began his first satirical show in March 2011 in response to the Egyptian Revolution. Entitled The B+ Show, the program was uploaded to his YouTube Channel. The show mainly consisted of satirical political programs via the Internet after the revolution of January 25....
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MINIT MESYUARAT BERSAMA KETUA-KETUA BIRO ASRAMA
KALI KEDUA SESI 2011
Tarikh : 25 Februari 2011
Hari : Jumaat
Masa : 3.30 petang
Tempat : Kelas 1 Ikhlas
1. Muhammad Al-Fateh bin Ibrahim Timbalan Ketua Umum Asrama I
2. Ahmad Asyraff Syahmi bin Mohd Nasir Setiausaha Agung Asrama I
3. Mohd Arif bin Jainury Bendahari I
4. Mohamad Nashriq Emmeir bin Ismail
5. Burhanuddin Rabbani bin Abdul Shukor
6. Khairul Fahmi bin Mohamad Kamal
7. Muhammad Siddiq bin Abdullah
8. Ahmad Hazimin bin Ahmad Kamal
9. Muhd Khairulanwar bin Razali
10. Muhd Farhan bin Noorhizam
1. Ucapan alu-aluan
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Jesus & Mohammed
Jesus & Mohammed
The lives of Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed are somewhat linked forever. There are those that believe that Jesus is the son of God and that he was born of the Virgin Mary, sent to earth in the form of a man and died for the sins of man. There are those that believe that the Prophet Mohammed was the last prophet of God, a messenger of God and considered to be the founder of the religion of Islam. Regardless of what a person may or may not believe, the lives of the two are intertwined forever.
The Prophet Mohammed as called by those who follow Islamic faith was born somewhere around 570 CE...
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March 5, 2014
HIS 276- Dr. Kalinga
Mansa Kankan Musa ascended the throne in 1312 and ultimately revived Mali. He was well known for stimulating Mali in many different ways. Before Mansa Musa’s accession to the throne, Mali was in a period of political instability. He ruled for approximately twenty-five years, which brought wealth and consistency to Mali. This ultimately expanded the empire. Mansa Musa gave away so many gifts of gold that the value of gold fell and did not recover for about twelve years. Although he spent his money generously, he did a lot to strengthen the economy of Mali. This included establishing communications with certain areas,...
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“Foundations of Mythology”
HUM/105 World Mythology
November 14, 2012
Las Bases de Mitología
Cómo es la palabra mito utilizada realmente?
Mitología puede ser los estudios de culturas diferentes, historias, las tradiciones son creencias que uno quizas tenga. Cada individuo y su cultura tienen mitos en sus vidas. El mito en muchos sentidos pertenece a diferentes leyendas que pasaron de generación en generación. El término mitologia puede ser usado de diferentes maneras. El mito es un cuento tradicional o legendario, generalmente con respecto a algunos es o el héroe o el...
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In the book, Just like a River by Muhammad Kamil al-Katib is a fiction story about a family in Syria. The story shows how the political and societal beliefs during this time lead to complex relationships between the characters. The book was written to show that how old world beliefs clash and intermingle between current and progressive beliefs of the new younger generations and shows how complex even simple relationship can become when following your convictions and hiding ones true feelings. The book was written for Arabic readers and was translated for an English speaking audience this is where I believe that the original intent of the author was to show the complexities of living in Syria...
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Muhammad Kamal bin Ismail
CONCENTRATION OF OWNERSHIP AND CONGLOMERATION AFFECTING
MEDIA PLURALISM AND MEDIA ECONOMCS IN MALAYSIA.
Media ownership occurs mostly in developed countries around the world,
whereby lesser individuals or organizations regulate the shares of the mass media
(McEwan, 2007). The concentration of media ownership and conglomeration has
said to alter the truthfulness of media delivering information to people. In the United
States, there are eight major corporations that controls the broadcast and cable
networks (Steiner, 2015). Among the corporations are News Corporation, The Walt
Disney Company, National Amusements, Comcast, Time...
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Apabila Anda Benar : Anda tak perlu marah. Apabila Anda Salah : Anda tak boleh Marah
Bercakap-cakap Adalah Bertukar Fikiran, Bertukar Pendapat Dan Bertukar Pengalaman. Rahsia Bercakap ialah Pandai Bicara, Pandai Bertanya Dan Pandai Mendengar.
Perbaiki Diri Anda, tetapi JANGAN JATUHKAN ORANG LAIN
-I. Salanter Lipkin-
Diri manusia itu hanya kecil sahaja tetapi dalam diri yang kecil itu terdapat satu alam yang besar.
-Saidina Ali Abi Talib r.a-
KEJAYAAN TIDAK DATANG KEPADA MANUSIA YANG LEKA
Jadikanlah suatu keyakinan bahawa apa yang anda cita-citakan pasti tercapai dan apa yang anda usahakan pasti berhasil
-Thomas Alva Edison-
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Understanding the Teachings of Islam
Even though Islam is the third largest religion practiced in the U.S., many see Islam through a distorted view that focuses on terrorists and extremists. Even though this religion teaches peace and love, because of highly publicized Islamic fundamentalists who have abused and defamed the name of Islam there are stereotypes and distrust geared towards the group. The purpose of this paper is to give a brief insight into the teachings of Islam and how those teaching promote love and peace, not war and bloodshed, in spite of the misconceptions.
Understanding the Teachings of Islam
Right now, Islam is a highly controversial...
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1. What is the movie about?
Mississippi Burning is movie that’s based on true incidents. It is about the segregation and racism in the Southern States and a great example of KKKs racist actions. In 1964 two FBI agents have been sent down to the southern states to investigate the disappearing of three civil rights activists, which were last seen in a small town in Mississippi. As the two agents have different backgrounds they tend to handle things dissimilar. The younger agents name is Alan Ward, and he does everything by the book. He’s much tensed about his job, and takes everything serious. He’s also officially the leader of the operation. The older agent is Rupert Anderson, and he’s...
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Muhammad Faisal Shaikh
Create an exploration led and
Sustainable cash generative oil and gas business
Offering shareholders exposure to material
Capital growth potential. By constructing
a balanced portfolio of growth opportunities,
Whilst retaining a strong balance sheet, we
Are well placed to repeat the cycle of creating,
adding and realizing shareholder value.
Acquisition of Nautical Petroleum
Nautical was an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. It had development assets in the United Kingdom North Sea (including interests in the Catcher, Kraken and Mariner fields) and exploration assets in the United Kingdom, Ireland and...
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What is the distinctive response of Christianity and Islam regarding peace?
Christianity and Islam both have had a distinct response to peace. Peace is the central teaching among both religions and the teaching of inner peace and world peace can be conveyed through sacred texts, principal teachings and organisations.
In Christianity, teachings of peace derives from Christ in the New Testament. Peace is at the heart of Jesus’ life and ministry and accordingly it is a foundational element of the the Christian communities that seek to follow him. The New Testament extols peace as a virtue and identifies it as a key element of the reign of God. Jesus himself is known as the “prince of peace”...
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Is Islam a religion of violence or non-violence? An examination of
misconceptions in the Western World?
The world is full of acts of violence and acts of peace and non violence. We as people try to comprehend these acts by establishing whys. The why that we will examine is one of consistent misunderstanding and misrepresentation specifically in the Western world. When a suicide bombing occurs why is it if you asked most individuals in the west what the offending individual’s religion was their almost instant response is they were a Muslim.
Does Islam automatically mean every Muslim is willing to attack peoples who do...
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Henkel’s Journey to Purchasing Excellence |
Submitted to: Prof. Sir Zulqarnain Bukhari |
In the process of segmentation we are recommending to segment on the basis of the volume/demand of the category forecasted annually. So on the basis of this the segments will be as follows:
Upto 5000 Metric Tons > Polyster 105,106,107,108,109
More than 5000 Metric Tons > Polyster 100,101,102,103,104
We have two segments now on the...
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The change of American automobile industry
St. Thomas University
Feb 20, 2013
Bing Bai, Department of Business, St. Thomas University
This research was supported in part by a grant from the BUS 673 management writing & reporting class.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Bing Bai, Department of Business, St. Thomas University, 16401 NW 37th Avenue, Miami Gardens, FL 33054
2009, by the impact of the economic downturn in North America, the auto market is also showing a downward...
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Ten Successful Entrepreneurs profile in Bangladesh
« on: August 05, 2012, 10:22:24 AM »
01: A.K Azad
A.K Azad comes of a respectable Muslim family of Jhiltuli, Faridpur on December 31, 1959. His fatherâ€™s name is Late Alhaj MA Aziz who was a respected personality among the people of Faridpur.
This talented and self determined industrialist. Mr. Azad did his B.sc Honors in Applied Physics in 1983 from University of Dhaka.
After completion his higher education Mr. Azad did not try to have any government job rather he engaged himself with business. Despite having many impediments as well as problems in his business Mr. Azad overcome it with courage...
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Performance
The definition of social phenomena according to Markey (2007) is “including all behavior which influences or is influenced by organisms sufficiently alive to respond to one another”. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a set of rules and techniques proposed for modifying behavior in achieving self-improvement, self-management and more effective interpersonal communication (Business Dictionary). The society is made up of people at different social levels. Most of the people at the top of the social ladder self-confess to the use of NLP to enhance their performance in their various endeavors and therefore in their social life. The term NLP is...
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Relationship between the Savings Rate and Economic Growth of China
By: Muhammad Saddam Hossain
Institute of Business Administration,
Dr. Shuddhasattwa Rafiq
Associate Professor, Institute of Business Administration, Jahangirnagar University
Muhammad Saddam Hossain
Batch: 21st Class ID: 1565
Date of Submission: June 11, 2013
Institute of Business Administration,
Table of Contents:
Contents 1. Introduction 2. Savings Rate 3. China’s High Savings Rates 4. How to calculate Savings Rate a. Private saving b. Public saving c. National Saving d. Savings Rate 5. China’s Comparative Savings...
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In 2001, President George W Bush exercised his right to his first veto. A directive that banned federal funding for any more research into stem cell lines created after that date (August 9, 2001). In 2009, President Barack Obama ended the stem cell ban. Obama said his decision was a “difficult and delicate balance”. He said he wanted to side with the majority of Americans, who did support federal funding for this research. (“Obama reverses Bush-era stem cell policy.” 1) The benefits of this research can lead to new, more effective treatments for human ailments. Stem cell therapy has alleviated the suffering of thousands of people. Unused stem cells are being discarded instead of being used...
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THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF ADVERTIZING FOR BLOOD DONATION
Meskerem B. Alemu
ENG 115 ENGLISH COMPOSITIONS
April 25, 2013
Donating blood is one of a voluntary and interesting people they can doing at the minimum age of starting from 15 and above, and especially the youngest people involved in voluntary activities, it takes just a few time and noting affect by any donor person health.
It is a great deal of emphasis placed on helping others in high school and different organization. Example, many schools require students to perform volunteering in various activities prior to graduation, the one activities is to donated blood, And in...
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The Beneficial Use of Honey in Wound Management
The use of honey for medicinal purposes has been around for thousands of years. It has been documented to the era of the ancient Egyptians, to the days of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, even to the battles of World War I. The use of honey has so far declined due to the advances in medicine; however, the improvements in antibiotics are not without flaws. Antibiotic-resistant microbes have proved to be a widespread problem in wound management in all health-care settings. This incline of antibiotic-resistance resulted in a renewed interest in honey for the use in wound therapy.
Considered by most clinicians...
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1. In 1882, Congress enacted legislation prohibiting the immigration of
d. all of these
2. Curanderismo refers to
a. illegal immigrants from Mexico.
b. feminist views by Mexican American women.
c. a form of holistic health care and healing.
d. godparent-godchild relationship.
3. The policy of separate but equal was defined as __________ by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1896.
4. The culture of poverty is
a. based on conflict theory.
b. a way of not holding individuals responsible for their poor choices.
c. a way of holding policy makers responsible for social...
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It is a very difficult task to understand why terrorism is increasingly happening and why terrorists show no mercy to their kind but keep killing innocents. Many scholars approach this problem trying to gain knowledge and explanations for Islam’s terroristic actions, especially after the 9/11 attacks. So far, they find out the main reason that Islam uses as an excuse for violence is their blindly beliefs in religion. One example for this statement is the cartoon “French cartoonists' killers are a death cult” (2015) drawn by the David Horsey, which is published on Los Angeles Times. This cartoon appears because of the Charlie Hebdo’s attack in January. The action was a revenge of radical...
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Women's rights in Iran have for many years been a very controversial and heated topic. The way women live and are viewed by men in Iran has changed in so many ways throughout the end of the twentieth century leading into current day. Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was the last Shah of Iran and throughout his attempt to westernize his country he was overthrown by the Iranian Revolution, also known as the Islamic Revolution, on February 11th, 1979. Religious rulers took over and influenced the Sharia Law, which are decisions on how to live life by studying religious texts. Ever since this change women have faced a struggle to survive in harsh conditions every day of their lives. Inequality...
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International Political Economy
1.0 Explanation of: 3
1.1 Free Market System 3
1.2 Command System 3
1.2 Mixed Economy System 4
1.4 Islamic Economic System 5
2.0 Introduction 6
3.0 Description of the Malaysian Economic System 7
4.0 What caused the failure of the Free Market System in Malaysia 10
5.0 How does the Government intervene? 11
1.0 Explanation of:
1.1 Free Market System
Free market system is an economy where the question is answered by and controlled by the people. It is a market based economy that depends on the law of supply and demand. The values of properties and facilities are set by the participants in the market...
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ArtH 111 Midterm Study Guide
1. Menkaure & Khamerernebty
This is a Ka sculpture. In Egyptian culture, there is the notion that an energy/spirit/soul, the Ka, survived after the actual body expired. Even though there was no longer a body, the Ka would continue to need shelter and sustenance; the Ka would inhabit the mummy to receive offering from family, worshippers, etc. Because mummies were frequently stolen or destroyed, Ka sculptures were made in case the Ka spirit needed a new shelter. The family could ten continue to bring offerings to the Ka.
This piece is of the Egyptian Old Kingdom style. It is a freestanding piece, but connected...
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Mengenali Ahli Sufi: Siapa Mereka dan Apa Yang Mereka Buat?
By Shahidan Radiman • Jun 21st, 2009 • Category: Rencana
Masyarakat Melayu atau Nusantara amnya mudah tertipu dengan daayah tentang siapa itu para sufi dan para waliyullah sehingga banyak ajaran sesat tersebar dan memburukkan sebarang aliran tasawuf atau tarekat yang muktabar di alam Melayu. Ini kerana rata-rata sedikitnya pakar rujuk yang berwibawa baik di universiti mahupun di institusi agama di Negara ini. Daripada pada sedikit itupun mereka tidak dirujuk untuk memberikan pandangan dan fatwa oleh pihak yang berwajib melainkan kepada orang lain yang “menyamar” menjadi pakar rujuk itu. Oleh itu , orang awam yang...
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To be Filled by NTS
FEDERAL BOARD OF REVENUE
Paste your recent
passport size color
photograph with gum
Screening Test for the post of
01. Desired FBR Office / Region:
Please fill Only One Box for Desired FBR Office and Region / Place of Posting. (Mandatory)
To apply for more than one Posts / Regions, please use separate form with separate envelope. This form will be considered valid only for the first selected Office / Post / Region in the sequence.
Region / Place of Posting Fill Only One Box for Region.
FBR Office Name
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The economic instabilities and crisis which have direct effect on the well-being of the people in the society are caused by many issues and variables. People can work to earn income and improve their lives through all difficulties in the economic conditions. People also save some of their income for their future needs. Their save money would be affected by inflation and their purchasing power would be diminished. Inflation is mostly a matter of monetary policy which occurs when a government prints money without real asset backup more than the amount that is need for a stable economy. This study examined the effects of implementation of Islamic currency on the prevention of...