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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 Arabs 13936881911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Arabs ARABS, the name given to that branch of the Semitic
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  • It was adopted on September 1, 1969, by Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi as the official anthem of Libya, showing his hopes of uniting the Arab world.
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  • the Arab world combined today? Don’t take the answer from me. Listen to the leading Arab scholars who recently completed a remarkable study of Arab Human
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  • even as we continue to support the Libyan people, and people across the Arab world, who seek a democratic future. These successes are part of a larger story
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  • misconceptions about the Arab role in this respect. In the U.S. there are misconceptions about the Arab role in the world. This may be due to the Arab leaders shortcomings
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  • Protocol  (1944)  League of Arab States, translated by American Legation, Cairo 6562The Alexandria ProtocolLeague of Arab StatesAmerican Legation, Cairo1944
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  • its zenith. During the Abbasid caliphate at Baghdad, which ensued, the Arab world entered upon a period of intellectual activity, involving translation
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  • work for a larger reconciliation between Israel and the Arab world. And in my meetings with Arab leaders over the next few days, I will urge them to do
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  • trip, I will visit five of America's key allies in the Arab world: Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. I will thank the leaders
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  • (Arabic: محمد فليفل). During the years it became very popular through the Arab world. — Excerpted from Mawtini on Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.
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  • release of all political prisoners. A wave of jubilation spread over the Arab world. In Damascus, Beirut, Aleppo, Jerusalem and other towns the new measures
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  • friend I was pleased, but I am also speaking of public opinion in the Arab world. We all were happy and relieved to know he was staying. President: Dr
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  • Nasir's prestige in the Arab world. He will have trouble getting many other chiefs of state to adhere to his "joint resolution." Arab resentment against the
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  • the men and women those regimes oppress. Our enemy is not the Arab world. Many friendly Arab governments are, themselves, the targets of extremist terror
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  • intellectual centres of the Arab world. The richly endowed schools in these two cities served to conserve and transmit Arab science and learning. In Sufism
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  • well as economic aid. As for the Arab world, since you are giving Israel so much aid, in order to resist Israel the Arab people will look to other people
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  • high office — ridiculed in verses which almost every school child in the Arab world today commits to memory. In places the Mutanabbi style appears bombastic
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  • is a grave danger to the civilized world, and will be confronted. And anyone in the world, including the Arab world, who works and sacrifices for freedom
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  • at the region as a whole and communicating a message to the Arab world and the Muslim world, that we are ready to initiate a new partnership based on mutual
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  • have approved what is arguably the most progressive constitution in the Arab world, and last December, 75 percent of voting age Iraqis freely elected their
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