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  • Location of Mecca - 3894 Words
    Location of Mecca | Coordinates: 21°25′0″N 39°49′0″ECoordinates: 21°25′0″N 39°49′0″E | Country | Saudi Arabia | Province | Makkah Province | Founded by | Prophet Ismā'īl, son of Abraham (Islamic tradition) | Government | • Mayor | Usama al-Bar | • Provincial Governor | Khalid al-Faisal | Area[1] | • Urban | 850 km2 (330 sq mi) | • Metro | 1,200 km2 (500 sq mi) | Elevation | 277 m (909 ft) | Population (2012)[citation needed] | • City | 2,000,000 | • Density |...
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  • Mecca Essay - 697 Words
    The pilgrimage to Mecca during the Hajj is the defining moment in a Muslims life. Every Muslim is required to visit Mecca and participate in the rituals. The pilgrimage to Mecca is one of Islam’s Five Pillars of Faith. This pilgrimage shows a Muslim’s devotion to Allah (God). In the Muslim religion, Mecca is considered the holiest city. It is regarded so highly that non-Muslims are not allowed to enter Mecca. The celestial house of God, the Kaaba, is located in the center of Mecca. “Mecca,...
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  • Reflection of "Inside Mecca" - 820 Words
    Jenny Mayrell Reflection: “Inside Mecca” by National Geographic This was an eye opening documentary that identifies the symbolism of Mecca, experience, and meaning of Hajj. The camera follows three individuals from different countries on their spiritual journey to Hajj, located in Mecca. All three went to Mecca to participate in Hajj, an extremely large group of people gather for a quest of redemption as Islamic pilgrims. The people involved in this documentary are very serious about...
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  • Mohammed in Mecca and Medina - 828 Words
    Mohammed in Mecca and Medina Mohammed had very different experiences in Mecca at the beginning of the Islamic religion than he did in Medina. The people in Mecca reacted very harshly to Mohammed’s preaching. His converts were slow and limited to certain people. While in Medina, after he left Mecca with his people, he was more accepted by the Medinians. He was needed by the people in Medina to bring peace and some form of law. At the beginning of the Islamic religion...
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  • Mecca and Riyadh Municipality - 490 Words
    Riyadh is the capitol city of Saudi Arabia. It is the largest city among the three major cities in Saudi Arabia, Dammam,Jeddah and Riyadh . The city is divided into 15 municipal districts, managed by Riyadh Municipality headed by the mayor of Riyadh; the current mayor of Riyadh is Abdul Aziz ibn Ayyaf Al Migrin, appointed in 1998. History of Riyadh should start from the name 'Riyadh'. The name is originated from the Arabic word 'rawdha' which is a plural form. 'Rawdha' is the place where you can...
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  • Hajj: pilgrimage to Mecca - 1343 Words
    Hajj: pilgrimage to Mecca Introduction Hajj Once a year, Muslims of every ethnic group, colour, social status, and culture gather together in Mecca and stand before the Kaaba praising Allah together. It is a ritual that is designed to promote the bonds of Islamic brotherhood and sisterhood by showing that everyone is equal in the eyes of Allah. The Hajj makes Muslims feel real importance of life here on earth, and the afterlife, by stripping away all markers of social status, wealth, and...
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  • Zam Zam - 2191 Words
    ------------------------------------------------- Zamzam Well From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Zamzam" redirects here. For the Iranian soft drink company Zam Zam Group (named after this well), see Zam Zam Cola. Well of Zamzam | Native name Arabic: زمزم‎ | Pilgrims visiting the well. | Location | Kaaba, Masjid al-Haram | Coordinates | 21°25′19.2″N 39°49′33.6″ECoordinates: 21°25′19.2″N 39°49′33.6″E | Area | about 30 m (98 ft) deep and 1.08 to 2.66 m (3 ft 7 in to 8 ft 9 in)...
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  • Comparison of Umayyad and Abbasid Dynasty
    During the 600-1400 time period, Islam emerged in the Umayyad Dynasty and expanded greatly into the Abbasid Dynasty. While the Umayyad Empire and Abbasid Empire have some similarities, such as their faith in Islam, they have many differences, for instance the treatment of mawali and the position of women. Islam materialized in the Umayyad Dynasty by the prophet, Muhammad. Muhammad was born into a prominent clan of the Quraysh tribe. Though economically well off and admired for his trading...
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  • Executive Hajj - 381 Words
    [pic] EXECUTIVE PACKAGE (Package Duration 20 / 22 days) BASIC PACKAGE: • Hajj Application, Draft for Mualim / transportation and Filing of Government forms for Hajj Visa. • Accommodation in ZamZam Towers Makkah for 8 days on BB basis. • Accommodation in Anwar Al Madina Movenpick for 3 days on BB basis. • 5 to 6 Days accommodation in Aziziah (3-4 days before and 2 days after Hajj depending upon flight schedule and sighting of moon) on gender based room sharing of 6-7 persons with...
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  • Unit One Exam Ap World History
    1) Islam means A) "dedication to Allah." B) "victory." C) "peace." D) "people of the book." E) "submission." 2) The political and theological faction within Islam that recognized only Ali and the descendants of the family of Muhammad as rightful rulers was called A) Fiqhs. B) Kharij. C) Sunnis. D) Shi'is. E) Sufis. 3) One difference between classical China and the earlier Hwang Ho river-valley civilization was that in classical China, A) irrigation was widely...
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  • arafat - 352 Words
    The Day of Arafat The Day of Arafat is on the 2nd day of Hajj. In the morning, nearly 2 million Muslims will leave Mecca and arrive at a hillside and plain called Mount Arafat and the plain of Arafat. Why do Pilgrims go to Arafat? They spend their entire day, dawn to sunset, praying for forgiveness to Allah and reciting words of prayer and remembrance. They believe God is more likely to answer their prayers if they are made within this scared place of Arafat. Most pilgrims start to cry as...
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  • Umayyad vs Abbasid - 497 Words
    Even though the Abbasid Caliphs were the direct succors of the Umayyad they ruled entirely differently. Both empires ruled very differently in how they handled the economy, politics and social fields. In an Example of the economy the Caliphs during the Abbasid Empire hit a Golden Age while both were similar in how they handled slaves. The Umayyad and Abbasid Caliphs both had very different political systems. Even thought influences of the Umayyad did carry over into the Abbasid rule very...
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  • Building That Contributed Towards Urbanism
    As I was asked to write about a significant building and its contribution towards urbanism in my home town, instantly I have decided to talk about a building that is one of the world most influential sites, a building that is not only rich in its unique structure, but also one that is filled with history that can only be seen as a complementary beauty to the modern fascinating construction. As I recall the ten your old girl I was, being driven by her father to visit the sacred mosque site in...
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  • Touching The Void - 708 Words
    .\ My heart pounded as I made my way upwards. A mixture of sand and debris whirled in front of me like an impenetrable sheet of darkness. I blinked my eyes but only succeeded in making my vision more blurry. Tired and weary, I sat down longing for a glass of water to bring solace to my parched lips, but in vain. Suddenly, I heard a motor in the distance. I jumped to my feet, forgetting how tired I was. That sound, was only and could be only the sound of a rescue helicopter. I quickly tore of...
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  • Makkah - 276 Words
    Mecca (Makkah) in western Saudi Arabia is Islam's holiest city. Mecca (Makkah) is the birthplace of Mohammad and the place he returned to after his exile to Medina. Five times a day more than one billion Muslims around the world turn towards it to pray to Allah. Enclosed by the sandy Valley of Abraham, Mecca (Makkah) is surrounded by low rocky hill ranges in a region of western Saudi Arabia known as Hijaz, which also comprises Medina and Jedda. Mecca (Makkah) stands almost 300 metres...
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  • achievement of my life - 365 Words
    ACHIEVEMENT OF MY LIFE Every person have their own achievement. When looking back to my life, it is so hard to believed that I had achived something in young age. In my 20 yearsold now, there are many things that I have achieved and that make myself so proud for it. Maybe my achievement is a simple for people but not for me because without this achievement I will not become a better person like now. My achievement that I remember almost is I had perform my first umrah on April, 2011 at the...
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  • Islam CCOT Essay - 734 Words
    Allison Hung Ms. Eager Chapter 6-7 12/5/2012 From the 600s to the 1300s, the Arabic Peninsula changed vastly. Starting as a desert wasteland, they grew from a clan based society to a rich center of culture and world trade. From the Bedouin clans to the Umayyad Caliphate to the Abbasid Caliphate, internal fighting remained as a source of continuity and contributed to the downfall of the empire, while the status of women in society evolved drastically. In all...
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  • The Fall of the Abbasid Empire - 464 Words
    The Fall of the Abbasid Empire While the start of the Abbasid Empire, around 750 CE was explosive and revitalizing in nature, it couldn’t mask the unfortunate truth that a series of wealth-bloated and soft-handed caliphs were to rule the new empire. By the third caliph, al-Mahdi, the empire was already in decline; the royal harem was outrageously large, mosques were built bigger and bigger, crushing the peasant class under the weight of extreme taxation. All the while, the caliphs in their...
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  • Umayyad and Abbasid Caliphates comparison
     UMAYYAD AND ABBASID CALIPHATES COMPARED Category Umayyad Caliphate Abbasid Caliphate Origin Political Economic Social Decline (657-750CE) Umayyad clan starts as a foe to Muhammad. They are defeated at Mecca by Muhammad’s forces but are embraced by Muhammad and become a powerful Muslim clan that will lead the faith after Muhammad. After the first three caliphs, The followers of Ali will split away from...
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  • Public Transportation Systems in the Big Cities in Saudi Arabia
    Public Transportation Systems in the Big Cities in Saudi Arabia Already my younger brother doesn't have a special car, he is a college student; so it is too tired and expensive when he commutes every day in a taxi or by older brother's car. Anyway, Saudi Arabia occupies the largest area of the Arabian Peninsula, It has large space also in its cities. More than that, it has a lot of population; that means, there a lot of accident and crowd. How we can prevent a much of accident and crowded,...
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  • AP World Focus Questions 14
    1. Muhammad grew up in a family of merchants. Since he was always on the road traveling and selling, moving from place to place, he picked up and became familiar with Christianity and Judaism. The two were some of the most popular in the area and the time. He later married Khadija so he could easily spread his ideas and gain position. 2. The fundamental tenets of Islam include, acknowledging Allah as the only god and Muhammad as his prophet. Believers must fast during daylight hours during the...
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  • Travel And Tourism In Saudi Arabia To 2018
    The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including: • Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Saudi Arabian travel and tourism sector • Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in Saudi Arabia for various categories in the travel and tourism sector, such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others • Detailed market classification across each category, with...
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  • Construction In Saudi Arabia -Market Strategies, Key Trends And Opportunities To 2017
    This report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Saudi Arabian construction industry including: • The Saudi Arabian construction industry's growth prospects by market, project type and type of construction activity • Analysis of equipment, material and service costs across each project type within Saudi Arabia • Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues, and the risks and opportunities they present to participants in the Saudi Arabian...
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  • Term Paper - 404 Words
    Questions: a. What is the legal basis or provision for the discrimination that Kern is alleging? Allegation that he was discriminated against on the account of his religious persuasion and not a Saudi Arabian national? b. What defense would Dynalectron (the defendant) use? Defence” The relationship between wade & Dynalectron was governed purely by the laws of contract which encompasses both common law principlesof offer& acceptance by both parties. Wade voluntarily entered...
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  • Islam Definition Paper - 457 Words
    Kayla Maeyaert English 151/Fall 2011 Hubley Definition Essay For the past few months I have been overseas working in the wonderful country of India. I’ve observed many different things; many unusual things about this country. India has a wide variety of cultures and religions. The holiday I have learned about is called Hajj. Hajj means ‘to set out for a place’. Hajj is the pilgrimage that Muslims make to Makkah or also called Mecca , Saudi Arabia, and is one of the five basic...
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  • tHE sPREAD OF iSLAM - 3956 Words
    6.1 Outline – pg. 120-126 Brief - Islam was the first global civilization taking its roots in the Arabian Peninsula - It was spread by merchants, wandering mystics, and warriors across Africa, Asia, and Southern Europe - After its birth in the 7th century, Islamic civilization provided key links and channels for exchange among Mediterranean, Asian, and African cultures - Muslim works of philosophy, literature, mathematics, and the sciences elevated the Arabic language to the language...
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  • All Shave - 542 Words
    All Shave in Saudi Arabia I. Problem Statement All Shave company sold a majority of interest of its company to Almin family in Saudi Arabia and from then, All Shave’s sales have dropped constantly. II. Underlying Issue Should Almin family accept the Mike Lacey’s aggressive promotional strategy or instead increase its products quality? III. Relevant Facts A. Company History: All Shave 1) Until three years ago, the company had been successfully exporting razors and blades to...
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  • Trip to Shopping Mall - 1203 Words
    Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest Arab state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. It is bordered by Jordan, and Iraq on the north and northeast, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates on the east, Oman on the southeast, and Yemen on the south. The Red Sea lies to its west, and the Persian Gulf lies to the east. Saudi Arabia has...
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  • King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (Ibn Saud)
    King Abdul Aziz, founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (known as Ibn Saud) was a tall, imposing figure, a natural leader of men. He knew instinctively how to judge men and, as his rule progressed, how best to exploit the natural resources of his country for the benefit of his people. His achievement, the unification of many warring tribes all proud of their own lineage and traditions, laid the foundations for the modern state of Saudi Arabia. His...
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  • The Miracle of Zam Zam Water
    The Miracle of Zam Zam Water Come the Hajj season, and I am reminded of the wonders of Zamzam water. Let me go back to how it all started. In 1971, an Egyptian doctor wrote to the European Press, a letter saying that Zamzam water was not fit for drinking purposes. I immediately thought that this was just a form of prejudice against the Muslims and that since his statement was based on the assumption that since the Ka'aba was a shallow place (below sea level) and located in the center of the...
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  • All Muslims - 392 Words
     All Muslims, wherever they are on the earth, are required to pray five times a day in the direction of the Ka'bah in Mecca. The direction of prayer is known as the qiblah. Muslims regard the al-Masjid al-Haram as the holiest place on Earth. Both the mosque and the city itself are strictly off-limits to non-Muslims. For Muslims, a pilgrimage to Mecca is required as one of the Five Pillars of Faith of the faith. In recent years, about two to three million have gathered for the major pilgrimage...
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  • The Abbasid Revolution - 1803 Words
    The Abbasid Revolution The Abbasid Dynasty, known to its supporters as the ‘blessed dynasty’, which imposed its authority on the Islamic empire in 132/750, claimed to inaugurate a new era of justice, piety and happiness. The dynasty ruled the Islamic Caliphate from 750 to 1258 AD, making it one of the longest and most influential Islamic dynasties. For most of its early history, it was the largest empire in the world, and this meant that it had contact with distant neighbors such as the...
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  • Statement of Purpose - 353 Words
    My name is Mohammed Ali. I was born in 1988 in Saudi Arabia. I am single and I live in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. I graduated from the secondary school in 2005. My English language proficiency now is not up to the preferred standard. For that, I got some help to write up this statement of purpose. However, my scholarship includes coverage for ESL study, which, I am confident, will be a great chance for me to improve my ESL proficiency. I request to be admitted provisionally so that I can improve...
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  • Saudi Arabian Airlines - 295 Words
    MARMARKETING AND SALES STRATEGY There are very good prospects for Foreign companies who want to export their products to the Saudi Arabian market. However, there are certain marketing procedures and sales techniques which have to be observed in order to develop and sustain business relationships over a long period of time. • The Saudi market should be constantly reviewed for product adaptation and change. • Exporters should ensure regular supplies as per specifications, at the specified...
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  • case study - 1188 Words
    Case study If you were James Pruitt, how would you go about finding what the local business customs in Saudi Arabia are? What other environmental factors would you look for? How would you respond to them? Working practices in Saudi Arabia are heavily influenced by culture, so it is essential for Westerners doing business in the Kingdom to understand Saudi the personal manner in which they conduct their business. Preparation, and some basic knowledge of Saudi business culture, can make the...
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  • Islam - Hajj - 920 Words
    Hajj Overview o Pilgrimage is the supreme prayer for forgiveness of sins committed and the ultimate preparation for eternity o Pilgrimage rituals which must be performed, eg circumambulation of the Ka’ba o The rites of the Hajj symbolise the essential concepts of Islam and commemorate the trials of the Prophet Ibrahim and his family o Hajj: The annual, week-long pilgrimage to Mecca (in modern-day Saudi Arabia), which is the fifth pillar of faith and is therefore an obligation as it is...
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  • AL-MANSUR - 672 Words
    Abu Ja'far al-Mansur the second Abbasid caliph served replace his brother Abul Abbas As-Saffah. Abu Ja'far Al-Mansur was the son of Muhammad bin Ali bin Abdullah bin Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib who also siblings and Ibrahim Al-Imam Abul Abbas As-Saffah. All three are founders of the Abbasids. Ketikah Caliph Abul Abbas As-Saffah died, Abu Ja'far being pilgrimage Great Commander Abu Muslim Al-Khurasani. The first by Caliph Abu Ja'far al-Mansur became caliph after taking office on 136 H/754 M is a...
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  • An Exciting Trip - 744 Words
    An Exciting Trip When I reachedAbha, my heartiest desire was to perform Umrah.The first thing in my mind was to visit the Holy city of Mecca.By the grace of God, just two months after my arrival there, I went for my first Umrah.That lucky day came in the Holy month of Ramadan.On 21stRamadan we left for Mecca by Saudi Public Transport Co. (SAPTCO) bus. (SAPTCO provide public transport across Saudi Arabia and some parts of neighbouring countries.) We boarded the bus at about 4:30 pm.I was feeling...
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  • Hajj: the Symbol of Unity
    Unity is vividly observed in the great pillar of Hajj, which is repeated every year and for which millions of Muslims gather from all over the world. They represent the Muslim ummah with all its different races, countries, colors, and languages. They gather in one place, at the same time, wearing the same garment and performing the same rites. They make one stand in the same monument. They proclaim the oneness of the Lord of the worlds, submit themselves to His law, and show their unity under...
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  • Islam and Hajj - 331 Words
    DESCRIBE THE SIGNIFICANT PRACTICE OF THE HAJJ The Hajj is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and involves a physical, spiritual and mental journey to the Ka’ba which is known as ‘the house of God’ that is worship in Mecca. All Muslims are expected to take part in the hajj at least once in their lifetime, if they are physically and financially capable of it. The Hajj consists of preparing for the life changing experience through the renewal and rebirth of the individual. The preparation is when...
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  • Works Cited in Mla - 301 Words
    An Essay in a Journal Works Cited Entry: Seraj, Mohamed Abdullah. “Are we providing modern anesthetics services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?” Anesthesia: Essays and Researches 6.1 (2012): 3-9. Print. Quote & Signal Phrase with In-Text Citation: As Mohamed Abdullah Seraj notes in his essay, “Are we providing modern anesthetics services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?” anesthesia has evolved immensely since its invention, modern anesthesia has certain policies that “ reduced the mortality...
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  • Contract Offer - 367 Words
    2.1 Definition of Proposal/Offer Section 2(a) of the Contract Acts 1950 provides that: “when one person signifies to another his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything, with a view to obtain the assent of that other to the act or abstinence, he is said to make a proposal”. Eg: Ali advertised in Malay Mails that he will give a reward of RM100 to anyone who finds his pet. He signified his willingness to do an act, which is to pay a reward, upon certain terms, with a view of...
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  • WADJDA FILM REVIEW - 1571 Words
    Wadjda The feature film Wadjda draws a picture of gender inequality in Saudi Arabia through the eyes of a young girl, who grew up in the Arab culture. This film portrays how religious tradition contributes to women’s stance in society through dressing, body language and the women’s role in the family. Granted, this film discusses men privilege, which is the inherent right of a man to do more things than a woman can. The movie was made in 2013 by the first Saudi female director named Haifaa...
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  • Saudi Arabian Airlines - 1148 Words
    KARA TRAVELS & TOURS #6, R A DE MEL MAWATHA BAMBALAPITIYA COLOMBO SRI LANKA 011 2504271 , 011 2599794 (Office Hours) Date: 07FEB2014 Time: 16:26:40 ABACUS ELECTRONIC TICKET PASSENGER ITINERARY/RECEIPT CUSTOMER COPY Passenger: ABOOBUCKER/MOHAMED ISMAIL MR Ticket Number: 0654168199906 DATE: 07FEB14 Issuing Airline: SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES Issuing Agent: 8DO8ANM IATA Number: 07301442 Tour Code: Name Ref: Abacus Booking Ref: ABNKOE FOID: Frequent Flyer...
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  • Study Guide Final - 1127 Words
    Byzantine Empire Constantinople Also known as Istanbul, Byzantium, Eastern Roman Empire. Constantine moved capital to Constantinople. Justinian Reigned from 527-565. Military conquests, rebuilds city, law code. From Macedonia. Adopted. Had a lot of smart people working in his administration. Retook Rome as a way to get a larger tax base. Wanted to restore religious unity, afraid Jesus was returning and wanted Rome back to the great city it was. Theodora Justinian’s wife. “Dancer” might...
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  • Saudi Arabia - 424 Words
    Have you ever asked what is the country that has the largest religious tourism? Imagine thousands of people are going to the same place and moving around one place. The most amazing thing that you will notice is seeing all of them are doing the same thing, such as praying and reading the holy book Quraan. Makkah and Madinah, which are the two holy cities for all Muslims are located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This country ,which has a strategic location between Asia and Africa, is the...
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  • 5 Pillars of Islam 3
    Belief and witness The first pillar of Islam (the Shahadah) is believing and professing the unity of God and the messengership of Muhammad: “There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.” The Qur’an requires the faithful to tell others of Islam, so that they will have the information they need to make an intelligent choice. However, it rules out the use of coercion in spreading the message: Let there be [or: There is] no compulsion In religion: Truth stands out Clear...
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  • Argument Essay Outline - 896 Words
    Argument Essay Outline I. Introduction a. Hook: Women make up one half of society. Our society will remain backward and in chains unless its women are liberated, enlightened, and educated b. Background Information: women play important role in the family, men in Saudi Arabia consider women as a second sort. c. Opposing Position: Men in Saudi Arabia believe women should enjoy their lives and follow religious customs d. Thesis Statement: women in Saudi Arabia are deprived many rights, such...
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  • Saudi Arabia Furniture Market Analysis
    "The furniture industry in Saudi Arabia has emerged as the fast growing highly untapped industry over the past few years. With the entry of a number of real estate developers and increasing demand for residential property, the housing industry has witnessed tremendous growth in the past. This has infused growth in the household furniture market growth. Booming economy, government support and young population base coupled with other secondary factors have created a strong platform for the...
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  • Save Environment - 290 Words
    Save environment I have a dream that one day we will live in safe , clean environment . Environment where the advance technology and safe environment can co exist together . We must all remember that what ever we do to our environment, it will return back to us and to our future generation . Safe environment where nothing is wasted and every thing is being utilized to it's full extent. I feel sorry to the beach and to the see where the people live...
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  • Manal Al-Sharif - 657 Words
    It is a symbol of freedom. Just something about being on the open road, there is soothing sensation of the engine. The feel of control. All teenagers have the similar dream of being able to get their license and having that feeling of independence. Here in America we are lucky to have the opportunity to get our license, especially the women in this country. In Saudi Arabia they are not so fortunate. Women’s rights are a very large issue in Saudi Arabia; there are a lot of things that women...
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  • Bedouin Jewelry - 660 Words
     Bedouin Jewelry and Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia became a nation in 1932, when Ibn Saud united dissimilar tribes into one nation and named himself king. Oil was discovered 10 years after becoming a nation but remained isolated until the 1970’s. By looking at Bedouin jewelry we are allowed to see the values and beliefs of the Saudi culture. Through the years the Bedouins of Saudi Arabia made the dessert...
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  • homework - 584 Words
     (Assignment 1) Consolidated Computers . James Pruitt was ushered into the president’s office. Three months ago he had been appointed manager of the first foreign plant of Consolidated Computers, Inc. He appeared to be the ideal person for this assignment, as a proven division manager of many talents. He was an innovator and very much interested in a foreign appointment. Now he was calling on his superior just before catching the plane for Riyadh. “I wanted to talk to you,” the...
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  • candidate for saudi arabia - 523 Words
    A Candidate for Saudi Arabia Mike Burgers Yin-Ju Chou Margriet van Rhijn S2158132 Group 5.3 The most important issues that the main actor is confronted with are: 1. The way of doing business in Saudi Arabia 2. Living and working in Saudi Arabia 3. The market of Saudi Arabia It is necessary to have a sponsor and local partner if you want to do business in Saudi Arabia. And you cannot change sponsors without telling the previous one, otherwise you might be in jail. This is because...
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  • Candidate to Saudi Arabia - 473 Words
    Actually, there are two main actors who are facing problems in expanding new market in Saudi Arabia. The first one is Mrs. Svendson, the Human Relations Manager of Natural Thirst Killer who in charge of selecting new Sales Manager for rapidly growing Saudi Arabian drink market. And the second actor is those candidates who are soon will be picked to be a Sales Manager in Saudi Arabia. Each of those actors faces different challenging problems. We conclude that Mrs. Svendson is confronted with...
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  • Eid Ul Azha - 1102 Words
    Eid is a great festival for Muslims. There are two Eid occasion- Eid ul fitr and Eid ul adha. Muslims celebrate these festivals with great respect and pleasure. Eid ul fitr is celebrated after the month of Ramadan. Eid ul adha is celebrated in 10th Jilhajj. We celebrated Eid ul adha in last month. Eid ul adha remembers the prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son when God ordered him to. God appeared in a dream to Ibrahim and told him to sacrifice his son Isma'il. According to...
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  • Market Entry Strategy Paper Final
     SWOT Analysis After much in-depth research of NeverWet, the following table of the company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats has been created: STRENGTHS - Multi-purpose product - Anti-corrosion - Self-cleaning - Industrial uses WEAKNESSES - Primarily a water/liquid repellent - Little to no rainfall in Saudi Arabia OPPORTUNITIES - NeverWet could be useful for workers in the oil industry as it could keep their shoes and clothes clean, and help them last longer - NeverWet...
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  • Progress in Pakistan - 1048 Words
    Progress in Pakistan We have been independent for nearly six decades now and in spite of being blessed with a mass of vast land comprising fertile plains, jungles and glaciated high mountains, big rivers, a vast coast line, immense natural resources and an industrious huge manpower have not progressed as much as the other Asian countries have with much lesser resources and comparatively in the same or even lesser time. What is keeping us behind the others? Apart from certain obvious important...
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  • Jeddah - 292 Words
    Jeddah Introduction Today I will talk about my hometown which is Jeddah and I will talk briefly about its background information, popular and famous places and types of higher education. The Body Jeddah is a huge city located on the coast of Red Sea in the western of Saudi Arabia. It is belonging to Mecca province. The population is over 3 million and its area about 1500 square kilometers. It is the second largest city in Saudi Arabia after the capital city which is Riyadh. Its...
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  • Dbq - Mansa Musa - 893 Words
    Jeremy De La Cruz 02/05/13 2nd DBQ-Mansa Musa A king’s journey always has effects. Mansa Musa’s pilgrimage to Mecca effected both the economics and political views in Africa. For good and for bad, Musa intended to make the pilgrimage for him. Even though Mansa Musa thought he was making the journey for himself and his religion, it was more widely viewed as a celebration and praise for him and his kingdom through his generosity. The economic effects from the journey were mostly...
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  • Speech analysis - 1116 Words
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