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  • 181 ARAB WORLD, 1945–2006 — The Arab world is divided into four subregions: the Maghreb (morocco , tunisia , algeria , libya , Mauritania), the Nile Valley (egypt and Sudan), the Fertile Crescent (syria , lebanon , iraq , jordan , and the palestinian authority ), and the… …

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  • 182 List of designated terrorist organizations — Terrorism Definitions · Counter terrorism International conventions Anti terrorism legislation Terrorism insurance …

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  • 183 Israel — /iz ree euhl, ray /, n. 1. a republic in SW Asia, on the Mediterranean: formed as a Jewish state May 1948. 5,534,672; 7984 sq. mi. (20,679 sq. km). Cap.: Jerusalem. 2. the people traditionally descended from Jacob; the Hebrew or Jewish people. 3 …

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  • 184 List of organisations outlawed in Australia for terrorism — In 2002, a range of terrorist organisation offences were enacted enabling Australian governments to deal with organisations involved in terrorism. [http://www.comlaw.gov.au/comlaw/Legislation/Act1.nsf/0/3FE76064F1487C39CA25722D00069043/$file/065… …

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  • 185 Direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians (2010-2011) — Benjamin Netanyahu, Mahmoud Abbas, George J. Mitchell and Hillary Clinton at the start of direct talks on September 2, 2010. Direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian National Authority have been taking place since September 2010,… …

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  • 186 Yasser Arafat — Yasir Arafat redirects here. For the cricketer, see Yasir Arafat (cricketer). ياسر عرفات‎ Yasser Arafat (Yāsir Arafāt) Kunya …

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  • 187 Afghan Arabs — (also known as Arab Afghans) were Arab and other Muslim fighters who came to Afghanistan during and following the Soviet Afghan War to help fellow Muslims fight Soviets and pro Soviet Afghans. Observers and journalists covering the war have cast… …

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  • 188 Civilian casualties in the Second Intifada — Contents 1 Israeli non combatant casualties 2 Palestinian non combatant casualties 3 Western casualties in the Second Intifada 3.1 Casualties by Israel …

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  • 189 Wahhabism — (Arabic: Al Wahhābīyya الوهابية) or Wahabism is a conservative reformist call of Sunni Islam attributed to Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab, an 18th century scholar from what is today known as Saudi Arabia, who advocated a return to the practices of… …

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  • 190 Allegations of Iranian state terrorism — Since the 1979 Iranian Revolution when the American backed Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was overthrown and replaced by an Islamic Republic led by Ayatollah Khomeini, the government of Iran has been accused by United States, Israel and… …

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  • 191 Timeline of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict — This is an incomplete timeline of notable events in the Israeli Palestinian conflict. TOC tart of Jewish migrationThere had been a continuous Jewish presence in the Holy Land since Biblical times, as well as smaller waves of immigration… …

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  • 192 Mahdi Army — This article is about the Shia Mahdi Army of contemporary Iraq. For the Sunni Mahdi Army of Nineteenth Century Sudan, see Muhammad Ahmad. Mahdi Army (Jaish al Mahdi) Participant in the Iraq War Active 2003 2008 Leaders Muqtada al Sadr …

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  • 193 List of Qassam rocket attacks, 2008 — The following is a list of notable and/or newsworthy Qassam rocket and mortar attacks in 2008.;January 3, 2008:After Palestinian militants fired a long range Grad Iranian supplied Katyusha rocket at northern Ashkelon, the longest reach of a… …

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  • 194 Gaza–Israel conflict — The Gaza–Israel conflict is an on going conflict that escalated during the Second Intifada and is a component of the larger Israeli Palestinian conflict. Its distinction from the conflict in the West Bank became more obvious following Israel s… …

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  • 195 Battle of Jenin — Part of Operation Defensive Shield …

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  • 196 Sudan — This article is about the country. For the geographical region, see Sudan (region). For the state that seceded from Sudan, see South Sudan. For other uses, see Sudan (disambiguation). Republic of the Sudan جمهورية السودان Jumhūrīyat as Sūdān …

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  • 197 Hassan al-Turabi — Dr. Hassan Abd Allah al Turabi (الدكتور حسن عبد الله الترابي in Arabic), commonly called Hassan al Turabi (sometimes transliterated Hassan al Tourabi) (حسن الترابي) (born c.1932), is a religious and Islamist political leader in Sudan, who may… …

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  • 198 Suicide Bombers Who's Next — The book, Suicide Bombers: Who’s Next , (2007; ISBN 978 86 908309 1 6; E book: ISBN ISBN 978 86 908309 2 3) by Violeta Matović, illuminates the dark part of suicide terrorism, which more than two decades stands in the shadow of a branchy tree… …

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  • 199 Istishhad — This article is part of the series …

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  • 200 Nidal Malik Hasan — نضال مالك حسن Major Nidal Malik Hasan Nickname AbduWali …

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