Culture of Saudi Arabia: Essay

Culture of Saudi Arabia: Essay

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Inspired by Islam, the Arabs expanded out of Arabia spreading Islam and the Arabic language. Saudi culture is based on Islam and the excellence of the Arabic language. The Saudi form of Islam is conservative and fundamentalist, the pedestal on the 18th-century revivalist movement of the Najdi leader Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdel-Wahhab. This still has a great consequence on Saudi society, particularly on the position of women, who are required by law only to leave the home totally covered in black robes (abaya) and masks, although there is regional dissimilarity of dress. (more…)

Big Brother and Discourse Theory: Essay

Big Brother and Discourse Theory: Essay

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David Howarth’s discussion of discourse theory (in chapter six of Marsh and Stoker’s book) allows us a tool by which we can understand, or at least begin to understand, the ways in which the role of the federal government has shifted since the attacks on the World Trade Center and while such changes have both been protested by some and accepted (if not actually welcomed) by many others. (more…)

Essay on Israel State

Essay on Israel State

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The central policy of Zionism was that the Jews of the world, despite the quality of their religious commitment to Judaism, constitute one nation, one separate and distinct people. As such they were allowed to create their own state, that is, a state for all Jews worldwide and only for Jews. To achieve this, two steps were required: Jews had to be separated from their individual countries and transplanted to the new state, and non-Jews or the indigenous population, had to be distant from their land to make room for the transplanted Jews. (more…)

Western Support to Israel

Western Support to Israel

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The historians say that one reason why Israelis refuse to see themselves as the oppressors is that they do not want to give up their status as victims. In an interview with to the Middle East Report, revisionist historian Avi Shlaim says, (more…)

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