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    values”‚ (paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association‚ Boston‚ US‚ 11 Nov 2010). Byman‚ Daniel L.‚ “A Frosty Response to the Arab Spring”‚ in The Arab Awakening: America and the Transformation of the Middle East (Washington: Brookings Institution‚ 2011). Cantay‚ Hasan Basri‚ “Islamic culture in Turkish areas”‚ in Kenneth W. Morgan‚ ed.‚ Islam-The Straight Path: Islam interpreted by Muslims (New York: Ronald Press Company‚ 1958). Eickelman‚ Dale and Jon

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    What is the Middle East? According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica‚ the Middle East is the lands around the southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea‚ extending from Morocco to the Arabian Peninsula and Iran and sometimes beyond. Geography  There is no single definition of what constitutes the Middle East. The CIA website states that the Middle East includes these countries. Egypt is also included in many lists of countries in the Middle East.  The borders of countries in the

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    Mohanad Alharbi Middle East Middle East The middle east is characterized by several features that makes it a unique part of the world. The middle east is considered as the ancient world where the ancient Egyptians lived and built their magnificent pyramids.in addition‚ The Middle Eastern region‚ like every other‚ is socially constructed based on race‚ language and religion. The region‚ which by most accounts spans

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    The Middle East

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    The Middle East is a significant historical region where it served as the birthplace for many cultures such as Christianity and Islam. Christianity an Islam expanded from this region‚ both religions had substantial impact on the course of history. However‚ Christianity and Islam have their similarities in religious beliefs‚ and deference a in expansion between the two. Christianity and Islam are the two largest regions in the world. They were both inherited from Judaism. They both believed

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    The Middle East is part of three major continents‚ Africa‚ Asia‚ and Europe with trade routes overland and sea. Cultural Diffusion is the spread of ideas‚ invention‚ and achievements by traders‚ conquerors‚ and migrating people. Strategic locations like the Middle Eastern nations sit on vast reserves of oil. It has importance to the world’s military and economy. Some countries link seas to the ocean by canals so ships with tanks filled with oil can transport the goods. Physical Features have affected

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    Women in the Middle East

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    Women in the Middle East Are women dumber than men? Are men better than women? Do religions‚ any religion‚ support the idea of men ’s power over women? These are some of the questions that cross our minds every day. Questions about society‚ men women‚ and how are they connected to religion‚ tradition‚ and culture. However‚ maybe women in the Middle East tend to think more about these questions because let ’s face it they are lagging behind. Some would say they are not‚ actually personally I faced

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    IKEA in the Middle East May 2013 Table of contents Executive summary Introduction Purpose Scope Method Findings IKEA’s Marketing Strategy Reforms Discussion / Conclusion IKEA and the Future of the Middle East References Executive summary In 1995‚ IKEA opened their first store in the Middle East in what was called the retail hub Deira. This came at a time when the UAE was at the start of their development plans for Dubai. In terms of economics the UAE was on the way up in the building

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    Jay Sammelmann Dr. Holzhauer UI350-01 4/24/13 Women of the Middle East The women of the Middle East are very interesting to look in to. They are not just another person or treated by the same standards like they are treated here in the United States. There is a lot of controversy and fighting for women’s rights throughout the Middle East. They have an extreme lack of power there and they are fighting to change that. It is not right that women are such inferior people over there because they

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    such as suffrage‚ employment‚ and civil liberties. Though gender equality is a global problem‚ this issue is especially complex in the Middle East. The Middle East‚ located in Asia‚ includes eighteen countries in western Asia‚ as well as Egypt. The dominant religion of the Middle East is Islam‚ and many of the countries in this region are devout. In the Middle East‚ women may‚ in many cases‚ have limited civil rights and face dramatic discrimination or violence. In some countries women are often mistreated

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    Democracy in the Middle East The general perception in Western countries is that nations in the Middle East cannot practice democracy because of religion and culture of the people in these nations. This perception does not match the real reasons the people in the Middle Eastern nations have hard time installing democratic leaders. The biggest obstacle in installing democratic governments in most nations in the Middle East is the manner in which power is and retained in the countries. Most nations

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