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Islam (section Contemporary Muslim Cultures)
to the total surrender of one's self to God (Arabic: الله, Allāh), and a Muslim is "one who submits to God". Muslims believe that God revealed the Qur'an
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Hospitality Exchange Networks/From Muslims Hospitality till Internet based Plattforms
The Hospitality Exchange Networks. From Muslims Hospitality till Internet based Plattforms The Hospitality Exhange in ancient times Middle Age in Europe
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Natural Science 14-17th century (category History of Science)
As natural science develops and spreads to different parts of the globe, Europeans, Chinese, and Arabians form separate yet similar conclusions on its
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Comparative law and justice/France​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
country in Europe, which sits next to the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel to the Northwest; Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany to the North; Switzerland
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Protestant Reformation - Who, What, When, Where, Why?
the Vatican City) was the center of Europe. Many things were going on during the time before the Reformation. The Muslim world was explosive and abundant
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Comparative law and justice/Spain​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
in Europe that shares borders with Portugal, France, Andorra, and United Kingdom (Gibraltar). It is also surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay
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Islamic political thought/The Spanish-Muslims
while the Spanish-Muslims were often working from a purely Aristotelian-Sufi mind-set, that they were aware of, and influenced by both Plato and the commentaries
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Spanish 1/Computers (section On the computer)
both of the prevalence of people ofEuropean descent and of conscious imitation of European styles in architecture. The other big influence is the gauchos
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Islamic political thought/Afghani lecture
Weak, Afghani describes the lament and demise of the Muslims during his time. His reasoning for such events is that Muslims have lost their courage and
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Imperialism Q&A
arrival of Europeans in the 19th century? Very diverse; trading networks existed. What were the external factors that made it possible for Europeans to divide
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Islamic political thought/Islamic Feminism - Historical Context
women and reinterpretation of the texts of Islam. Coming from an European education, Huda Sha’rawi stood on the other end of the discourse from Nassef, advocating
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Student Projects/The Ottoman Empire
southern Europe,and Africa. Powerful emperors called sultans ruled this huge territory with the help of the janissaries, a personal army of slave-soldiers
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Motivation and emotion/Book/2016/Religious radicalisation motivation (section Examples of radical religious ideology)
effect on Muslims[grammar?] attitudes toward religious martyrdom, terrorism, suicide, jihad and 9/11. Participants who primarily identified as Muslims were
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The Demographic Black Hole
outside Europe would be perceived as by many Europeans as bitter medicine. Increasing hostility toward immigrants—especially those from Muslim countries
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Comparative law and justice/Greece​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
Languages: Greek 99% (official); English. Religions: Greek Orthodox 98%, Muslim 1.3%, other .7%. Education: Years compulsory--9. Literacy--95%. All levels are
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History of the Ottoman Empire/Height ofthe Ottoman Empire
Moscow area. The Russians was very weak in 16th century. In the west, the Ottomans had defeated Europeans. In south, Ottoman Empire was the strongest power
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Understanding the Golden Rule/Religious and Cultural Origins of the Golden Rule
down to Muslims and Christians throughout the world. Recall 11 September 2001, when a few Muslim terrorists killed nearly 3,000 people in the U.S., Gensler—and
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Comparative law and justice/Germany​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Germany holds the largest economy in Europe and the second most populous country in Europe after
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History of Indonesia and Timor-Leste
Banda Islands. Once one of the world's most valuable commodities, it drew the first European colonial powers to Indonesia.Europeans were, however, making
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WikiJournal of Humanities/Osman I, father of kings
governor of Chirmenkia (modern Harmanköy), was the culmination of this coexistence between Muslims and Byzantines. As for his relations with other peoples
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Dominant group/Anthropology/Term test
the dominant group on the west bank of the Niger." Demographic history of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "In general, Muslims were the dominant group in most
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Comparative law and justice/Italy (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Italy is located in southern Europe. Italy is a peninsula that extends into the Mediterranean
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Middle Ages/Dark Ages (section Were the Dark Ages Dark?)
Charles V who was the grandson of Spanish Queen Isabella (Italian Wars). Along with Muslims trying to penetrate into Christian Europe, Charles V had to
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NAU-POS254-Globalization and fundamentalism (section Supporters of Globalization)
with the Christian Crusades of 1100-1300 AD. Muslims were consistently attacked for their beliefs. The second major wave of attack was the European expansion
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Autism spectrum/A few impertinent questions/Can we do other people's growing for them?
Nepal, the day arrived for my overland bus tour to depart. I met the people with whom I would share a leisurely drive through Asia, Russia and Europe to England
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Worldpolitics (redirect from Gertrude Himmelfarb: The Christian University. A Call to Counterrevolution)
think of Europe as a paradise. Besides, Europeans give a lot of aid to Africans. Africans want to flee from their hell on earth by going to the continent
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Comparative law and justice/Austria​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Edhunt20 22:46, 7 February 2011 (UTC) The Republic of Austria is located in Central Europe, north
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Comparative law and justice/Belarus​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
3.9%, Ukrainian 2.4%, other 1.1% Religion: Eastern Orthodox 80%, other (Including Roman Catholic Protestant, Jewish and Muslim) 20% Official Languages:
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Comparative law and justice/Morocco
legal system is a combination of both Muslim Law and Civil Law. Civil Law originates from Continental Europe and it consists of an actual written code. It
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Overcoming Hate (section Other Errors in Reasoning)
populations of the Americas dropped sharply, perhaps as much as 97%, after the arrival ofEuropeans in 1492. Although some of these deaths were the unavoidable
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NAU-POS254-Radical challenges to Enlightenment Ideologies (section THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X)
from fellow Muslim brothers. Some of theother Muslims felt he thought he was bigger than Elijah Mohammad and that he was making money from the publicity
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Dominant group/Test of term
history of Bosnia and Herzegovina In general, Muslims were the dominant group in most developed urban centers of the country. Most of western parts of Bosnia
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Comparative law and justice/Saudi Arabia
non-Muslims are not allowed within the urban boundaries of Mecca and Medina due to their positions as holy cities within the Islamic faith. Non-Muslims attempting
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Comparative law and justice/Oman
Non Muslim citizen's in the ROP or Omani Army. The Non Muslim citizen's do not get a chance to get into the legal system due to majority of Muslims. Recruiting
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Comparative law and justice/Switzerland (later version) (category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
Rights. For example a law was passed banning the construction of minarets, which was discrimination against Muslims. They also so that migrant children cannot
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Comparative law and justice/United Arab Emirates
also know as the Islamic court is responsible for civil matters between muslims. Non-Muslims dont have to appear befor ethe Sharia court.The Sharia court
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World History/Honors World History Guide(section Between the Wars in Europe)
(which Hindus do not eat) and pork (which Muslims do not eat) fat Growing Indian nationalism - grew after the Sepoy Rebellion Indian National Congress
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Korean/Words/Basics
While being "of unknown origin," this has overcast Europe. The ideas of "sunset" and "evening" overlap, as the former is implied in the latter (verbal)
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Comparative law and justice/Sweden​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
located in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak, between Finland and Norway. The area is 450,295 sq km
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Comparative law and justice/Norway​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
000), other European 3.6%, other 2% (2007 estimate) Religions Church of Norway 85.7%, Pentecostal 1%, Roman Catholic 1%, other Christian 2.4%, Muslim 1.8%
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Comparative law and justice/Kenya
other African 15%, non-African (Asian, European, and Arab) 1%” "Protestant 45%, Roman Catholic 33%, Muslim 10%, indigenous beliefs 10%, other 2%" The
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Comparative law and justice/Cameroon
the late 1500's the Portuguese arrived on Cameroon's coast, malaria prevented significant European settlement and conquest of the interior until the late
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Comparative law and justice/Nigeria
group in the northern two-thirds of the country is the Hausa-Fulani, most of whom are Muslim. Other major ethnic groups of the north are the Nupe, Tiv
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Motivation and emotion/Book/2014/Terrorism motivation(section Borum: Stages of development of extremist ideas and justification of violence)
although this is the view many people are taking (Khan, 2014). Khan (2014) conducted a study looking at stigma and prejudice towards Muslims in America. It
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Nature in Nakfa
and March the place looks very nice with European weather, fogs and all. The people here are all tribal Muslims and they live in small stone huts without
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Comparative law and justice/Russia​(category Comparative law and justice in Europe)
portion of Europe and Asia. As of July 2009 the population in Russia is 140,041,247. The climate in Russia ranges variably from humid in the south to
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Motivation and emotion/Book/2016/Prejudice and emotion(section Stereotype content model and the BIAS map)
the appraisal of the outgroup in terms of the present-categorisation: perceived conflict between Americans and Muslims led to an appraisal of Muslims
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Holocaust
European Jews,[c] around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe,[d] between 1941 and 1945.[7] Jews were targeted for extermination as part of a
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Motivation and emotion/Book/2019/Hate crime motivation (section Motivations for and Types of Hate Crime)
defensive-motivated hate crimes. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) database reported the number of hate crimes directed towards Muslims and Arabs was 28 in
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Autism spectrum/A few impertinent questions/Are Western democracies civilization’s ultimate achievement?
with a bunch of Afghan tribesmen. So much history had passed this way, traveling between Europe and the East. I could imagine that some of these people
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