• A Pen to Fight
    Israeli holocaust, in 1948. A year later, when he returned to his home village, since he had missed the time of issuing Israeli ID card, he was denied to get the Israeli citizenship and Darwish was not issued an identity card. The entire family was declared “present absentees,” a situation that Darwish...
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  • Mahmoud Darwish
    tanks as it is by Darwish s famous early poem, Identity Card : Write down I am an Arab You stole the groves of my forefathers, And the land I used to till. You left me nothing but these rocks. And from them, I must wrest a loaf of bread, For my eight children. In the Arab world, poets are...
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  • Eassy
    past decades. This was clearly shown in “Identity Card” by Mahmoud Darwish, where a man reflects on his past and the hardships he has endured in his homeland. Throughout the past century, the United States and Western Europe have been the top power holders in the world, while places like Africa and the...
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  • Effects of Terror Attacks
    past decades. This was clearly shown in “Identity Card” by Mahmoud Darwish, where a man reflects on his past and the hardships he has endured in his homeland. Throughout the past century, the United States and Western Europe have been the top power holders in the world, while places like Africa and the...
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  • Westmoreland
    ,” trans. by Thomas Dutoit and Outi Pasanen (New York: Fordham University Press, 2005), 153. 25 Mahoud Darwish is a Palestinian poet who wrote the poem “Identity Card” about losing one’s personal identity. The name of the Arab in the poem is not given. According to his identity card, he is known only as a...
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  • The Translation of Pronounsin the Glorious Qur'ān into English
    Pronouns in the Glorious Qur'an into English 3- No Antecedent at all Vague pronoun reference also occurs when writers use a pronoun without giving it any antecedent at all. Look at the following example: The witness called the television station, but they didn't answer. In this sentence the identity...
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  • Edward Said States
    situation and their identity. In our English Composition class, we have been challenged to look past the aesthetics of “States” and look not at just what Said says or tries to convey in his essay, but to look at what he does. If you read “States,” there are a few things that stand out past...
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  • Hello World
    be a middle power,[13] with significant cultural, political, and military influence in the Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Muslim world. CULTURE Egyptian identity evolved in the span of this long period of occupation to accommodate Islam and Christianity; and a new language, Arabic, and...
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  • Brac Bank
    • Entrepreneurs aged between 18 to 60 years • Opening balance - BDT-10, 000.00     Features • 4% interest on daily balance • Smart Business Card • 24 hour Access to ATMs/ POS • Tk-50, 000 withdrawn facility (per day) from ATM & Tk-100, 000 from POS • No Minimum...
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  • Dr. Abdurahman Baadiyow
    the 19th century introduced European model of state and interjected alien culture in the traditional Muslim society. In response, Islam was used as the ideology of resistance by the Islamic scholars belonging to some SBs. The most renown is Mohamed Abdulle Hassan who founded Darwish movement and...
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  • Vocabulary
    to consider relationships with them as true friendships like my friends in Egypt. Perhaps because it means that friendships here are different. Relationships here handle problems by calling over the telephone, or through cards over the mail, or by electronic letters – e-mail. Perhaps because the...
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  • Wateen
    participant’s ID number and account / subaccount number along with attested copies of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) or the Passport of the beneficial owner. Representatives of corporate members should bring the usual documents required for such purpose. AFFIX CORRECT POSTAGE The Company Secretary WATEEN TELECOM LIMITED 4th Floor, New Auriga Complex, Main Boulevard, Gulberg II, Lahore, Pakistan. ...
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  • Relational Database vs Object Oriented Database
    Institute of graduate studies &research Information technology department Database systems Report on: (Comparison between Relational database & object oriented database) By: Mohammed Hussein Mahmoud Mustafa khedr To: Dr. Saad Darwish Introduction A database is a means of storing...
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  • Gps – Gsm Based Tracking System
    controlling home appliances to industrial, instruments, remote sensors, electrical door locks and safety devices. It is also ideal for smart cards as well as for battery supplied devices of its low consumption EEPROM memory makes it easier to apply microcontrollers to devices where permanent storage...
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  • identity theft
    as both a personal threat and a public policy issue has increased substantially. A search of articles in the Lexis-Nexis “US Newspapers” database mentioning the phrase “identity theft” yields 30 articles in 1995, almost 2,000 in 2000, and more than 12,000 articles in 2005. Credit card issuers...
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  • Internet Identity Theft and Possible Solutions
    someone stealing a credit card and using it to make purchases. It can also be more severe, such as stealing someone’s identity and using it as their own. This form of identity theft is more severe and it takes a lot longer to prove and fix. Internet identity theft is different from common identity...
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  • Identity Theft Causes
    thirteen thousand dollars from the victim's bank account, and obtaining five department store credit cards in the victim's name and charging approximately four thousand dollars on those cards (Southern District of Florida). This particular case is just one of many different ways an identity thief can...
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  • Identity Theft
    thieves, however, no one is immune. If you have any kind of loan payment (including mortgage or automobile), credit cards, or bank accounts, you could become a victim of identity theft. Because identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes, it is important to learn how thieves obtain...
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  • Identity Theft
    it looks at various national eID programmes, examining in particular the Belgian eID card and the proposed UK National Identity Card, summarising the extent to which these developments appear to conform to the proposed laws of identity. In a European context, federated trust approaches for user...
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  • Id Cards
    Introduction On 11th November 2003, the British Government announced its proposal to introduce a national identity card scheme to Great Britain. In “Identity Cards – The Next Steps” a report published by the Home Office on the same day, the Government announce their reasons for the...
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