Chapter 22 Section 3

Chapter 22 Section 3 - -Changes happened b Impact of...

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Gabriel Greening F Period Ms. Cory Chapter 22 Section 3 Forces Shaping the Modern Middle East I. Diversity and Nationalism a. Religious and Cultural Diversity: -Many different religions in Middle East -Divisions are there b. Winning Independence: -Many countries wanted independence -Free Arab countries c. Colonial Legacy: -Development needed -Borders were drawn by Europe d. Conflict over Palestine: -Huge conflict over Palestine -Jewish migrations took place e. The Birth of Israel: -Israel was born -Needed a place for Jewish people f. The Refugee Issue: -Many refugees -They went to Israel II. Political and Economic Patterns a. Governments: -Authoritarian governments -People didn’t like this
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Unformatted text preview: -Changes happened b. Impact of Oil:-Oil had a huge impact-Put the Middle East into the spotlight c. Water Resources:-Desalinatinion plants -Many dams built Gabriel Greening F Period Ms. Cory d. Economic Policies:-Som was embraced-Rapid population growth III. Islamic Revival a. Western Influences:-The west was very influential -Life didn’t improve much really b. Call for Reform:-Reform was wanted-People pushed for it and it was granted sort of IV. Women in the Muslim World a. Return to Hejab:-Women returned to Hejab-They flourished b. Continuing Iissues:-Some women have issues-In some places all was quite well...
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