Iraq's population is also diverse in regard to religion. The most dominant religious group is Islam. Within Islam there are further divisions: between the Shiites and the Sunnis. The Shiites are the more numerous of the two. For years though, until 2003, the Sunnis had been in power.
Obvious Diversity in Iraq with an Ambiguous Identity, - Kurds as a Case Study* - Sidqi M.S.Yassen University of Dohuk Kurdistan Region –Iraq Sidqi.firstname.lastname@example.org Sidqi2004@yahoo.com Mob: 009647504996535 ABSTRACT This paper aims at showing the problem of ethnic, religion and linguistic diversity in Iraq which effects negatively on Iraqi Identity. This diversity is regarded as one of the most obstacle of instability in Iraq since the beginning of the 20th century. Differences and varieties were inconsiderable during the time of establishment of Iraq state in 1921. The most important alliances’ (UK and France) interests were the priority of formation Iraq state, which led to create inhomogeneous state with respect to cultural, ethnical
Have you ever heard of the five themes of geography? In today’s day and age, humanity tends to focus on their day to day tasks, without truly taking the time to learn about how the world around them is truly affected. The five themes of geography are the aspects of the world around us that define geography as a whole. These themes are location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region. The first theme, location, refers to where you are.
The seas surrounding Bahrain are shallow, and during the summer, they heat up quickly resulting in high humidity content mostly at night. Since Bahrain is an arid region, rainfall is very minimal and quite irregular, with a higher content of rain recorded during the winter season
Anthropology: Arab Women in the Middle East and Diaspora Introduction The world comprises of a rich mixture of people from different cultural backgrounds. The comparative study of the different human societies, their cultures, and their development process over time is the general scope of this paper, under the broad topic, anthropology. The paper narrows down to the anthropology of Arab women in the Middle East and Diaspora. Further, three concepts have been chosen for discussion in this essay in regard to the Arab women. The concepts are gender, ethnography, and feminism.
Regardless the reality that Saudi Arabia is identified not the third-biggest country in Asia, after China and India, its area is complicated to decide on the grounds that few of its outskirts are not completely distinguished. By United Nations (UN), this nation has an area of 1,960,582 sq km. The local language of the local individuals, Arabic is a Semitic language recognised with Aramaic and Hebrew. Islam is the national religion and all citizens should be Muslims. About 85% of the common populations of Saudi Arabia are Sunni Muslims; the main structure is Wahhabism (Peterson, 2003).
Abrahamian points out the similarities between the Iran-Iraq War and World War I, most notably due to the use of chemical weapons and the tactics of trench warfare (171). Both Iran and Iraq suffered major consequences from eight years of warfare: great damage had been done to their infrastructure, economies, societal structures and service industries (Donovan 39). "Eight years of bloody war, with hundreds of thousands of casualties on each side, ended with the two sides basically in the same position as they had been when the war had begun" (Gause
As I had mentioned, no one seems to have much interest in the Middle East when compared to other trips, such as those in Europe. If I receive this scholarship, I will be able to use social media as a platform to show the world how beautiful Jordan is, and all the opportunities it has in
Diversity is greatly reflected in Iraq. This country consists of a great amount of different ethnicities and cultures. The Arabs, Kurds, Turkmens, Assyrians, and Chaldeans are all coexist in the country. Also, there are some