The bedouin people are scattered around North Africa. The bedouin people do not have proper shelter and there is not even a grass area nearby. The Sahara desert is also a tourist destination for people who want to experience a new place that they haven't been to
The socs are a menace because of the money they have. They believe that if they get in trouble they can buy their way out. Because of this money they feel powerful, even at times invencible. They think they can do anything. They also have the money to buy cars, guns, and weapons.
Many distractions are cause on the road; however texting while driving is one of the most dangerous distractions that can happen on the road. Just from taking their eyes of the road for a few seconds people can cause many deathly car crashes and accidents while texting messaging, Although texting and driving can also cause many serious injuries to someon love one, they can either bleed to death or have a concoction. Texting and driving can leave little kids without their parents. Therefore people should not text and drive because they can affected someone live forever without even knowing they
The African kingdoms Ghana, Mali, Songhai The African nations of Ghana, Mali, Songhai, shared so many characteristics between each other. For one primary comparison is, all three ancient empires relied on the trans-Saharan trading routes and their lush amount of gold, copper and other natural resources. They established many political ties with many Arab countries and nearby African societies. These three nations shared abundantly cultural similarities from just the rise of Islam.
A very harsh journey through the Sahara desert consisted of little to no water, lots of flies and even some dead and lost people. When he went on his long journey he not only spread his wealth of gold to others, he also brought back new ideas to Mali. Including schoolers, poets, teachers and most importantly he converted their religion to Islam. One specific way he did this was by trading gold and salt and then using his wealth to build new mosques for the city and universities for the students to learn about the Islamic world. Something we learn from this long journey is that many people liked the “bling” you could say, also known as
They traded things that they had a lot of and in return they got things that they didn 't have, Another similarity these civilizations had was that they all had a writing system. In Mesopotamia they had the cuneiform. The cuneiform was a system of writing that was on clay tablets. In Egypt they had hieroglyphics. Hieroglyphics were basically simple pictographs.
Paragraph 1 Timbuktu was founded as a World Heritage Site in 1988. The criteria on UNESCO states why Timbuktu is a cultural World Heritage Site. Timbuktu is listed under 3 criterion, numbers 2, 4 and 6. Timbuktu falls into criterion 2 because the mosques and holy places of Timbuktu have played an essential role in the spread of Islam in Africa at an early period. Timbuktu is listed in criterion 4 because the three great mosques of Timbuktu, restored by the Qadi Al Aqib in the 16th century, bear witness to the golden age of the intellectual and spiritual capital at the end of the Askia dynasty.
It was positioned south of the Sahara along the Niger River in present-day Mali. At its greatest, it also covered what is now Niger and Nigeria. When the Empire was most active, it was spread over 1,000 miles of land from Niger to the Atlantic coast. The capital city, Gao, was on the Niger River in present-day Mali. The descendants of the Songhai people reside throughout present day Mali.
Africa was the primary mainland, outside of Arabia that Islam spread into in the mid seventh century. Just about 33% of the world's Muslim populace dwells in the landmass. Muslims crossed current Djibouti, Somalia and Eritrea to look for shelter in present-day Ethiopia amid the Hijarat. Most Muslims in Africa are Sunni; the unpredictability of Islam in Africa is uncovered in the different schools of thought, customs, and voices in numerous African nations. African Islam is not static and is continually being reshaped by pervasive social, monetary, and political conditions.
Islam quickly spread in Arabian Peninsula and by the eighth century the empire of Islam was extended from Iberia in the west to the Indus River in the east. Their Beliefs are oneness of god, prophets, revealed books, angels, predestination, and day of resurrection. It has 4 main denominations; Sunni, Shia, Ibadi and Sufism. More than %75 of Muslim population believes Sunni denomination.2 About %15 population of Muslims live in Sub-Saharan Africa3 which is include eastern part of Africa.
The most different part is how they traveled across hundreds of miles on sand, and of cause they had no car. So there were major concerns like heat exhaustion, heat sickness, lack of water resources, and the possibility of them losing their way through the desert sand. Travailing by boat is not so different from today but it has its own trails like heavy rain and strong winds to face. However, Ibn Battuta 's had to rely heavily on those he met along the way. Any resource needed was provided by fellow Islamic believers.
The process of filling everything took a little over 2 hours, after that was done he got ready to leave. The trip back was always harder because of all the extra weight Paul and the camel had to carry. As Paul started to walk he notice something moving on the other side of the water, it was another person. Paul had never seen a villager from a different village, so he was curious but also scared at the same time. Paul just sat there and watched the other villager to see if he did anything different when getting the water.
Gold was discovered in California in the year of 1948. This discovery prompted many people to pack up and journey to the “Golden Mountains” in hopes of becoming rich. Although everyone was excited because of the gold, the economy was affected in other indirect manners as well. While many people became filthy rich and were living the dream, many did not. But it was the shortage of jobs in other areas that presented major opportunities.
The biggest reason that I don 't want to re-up is because it is too dangerous. The weather is a really big part of how dangerous the Trip is. It was big swimmin’ and some of the cattle and horses would drown (Document E). We would also lose food from the weather. The buffalo chips would be too wet to make bread or coffee out of it.
Nature is a tempting escape from reality, but presents obstacles even for the best-equipped adventurers, like Robyn Davidson. It also challenges a pretentious individual, Chris McCandless (also known as Alexander Supertramp), who has a complete disregard for nature and its true power. The story Tracks tells the journey of Robyn Davidson, who partook in a nine-month journey across the deserts of Western Australia to the Indian Ocean. Unlike Chris McCandless who traveled solo, she was accompanied by her dog Diggity and four camels that she tamed herself to help carry the heavy supplies to aid her expedition. The vast isolation of the desert is exactly what attracted Davidson to it, just like the Alaskan Wilderness called to McCandless.